Genderswap Disney & Dreamworks Characters Deserve Their Own Film

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DeviantArt maby-chan has done their genderswap version of Disney and Dreamworks characters, something we’ve seen in a few different styles before, and I can’t help but want to see them in their own films. Take a look at Merida, Rapunzel, Sinbad and more!

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