The last three Disney films that starred POC were the Emperor’s New Groove in 2000, Brother Bear in 2003 and Princess and the Frog in 2009.
What did they have in common?
This isn’t meant to be a counter to this post (bc this post is important)
but Lilo & Stitch also came out in 2002.
tbh i dont care if theres some tiny little shred of evidence that gallifreyans arent ace if youre fighting against canon representation you are a toxic piece of shit bye
i have proof that all gallifreyans are ace, this is what they look like without perception filters
i dont even know what to say
IT SAID IMAGINE YOUR OTP
THEY ALREADY HAVE A CONNECTION TO DANCING
IF I HAVE TO SUFFER THIS PAIN SO DOES EVERYONE ELSE.
(set during Terminus)
"Tegan, I have to tell you something." Nyssa stared right at her, fists balled at her sides.
Not moving, not willing to move, horribly sure she knew what was coming, Tegan nodded stiffly.
"I am going to stay here." Even Nyssa looked surprised at the words.
Tegan swallowed. “I guessed,” she said, voice harsh.
Nyssa gave her a pleading look. “I would like you to stay with me.”
She couldn’t stay, didn’t Nyssa see that? She couldn’t stay on some strange ship, always out of place, always wrong, always the odd one out, she’d had enough of that on Earth but at least on Earth she was the right species. Tegan strode towards the Doctor, blabbering about something important, presumably.
Nyssa caught her arm and turned her, singing quietly.
It only took a line for Tegan to recognize it. “Nyssa, no.”
Shaking her head, Nyssa stopped. “Don’t you remember?”
"Of course I remember,” Tegan said, words stuck in her throat. “You taught it to me. It’s a Trakenite love song.”
Something that should have been a smile but wasn’t passed over Nyssa’s lips. “And then we danced while—”
"You sang the words because the TARDIS doesn’t have them in its databanks, yes I know, but Nyssa I’m not staying.”
Nyssa’s hand clenched on hers. “I have to.”
"You don’t," Tegan whispered.
Nyssa sighed. “These people need me.”
“I need you.”
For the first time, Nyssa looked upset. “Then stay!”
"Doctor!" Tegan called, turning away again, voice wavering. She couldn’t stay, she couldn’t spend her life with strangers, but she wasn’t about to let Nyssa leave her.
In her head, the song played quietly.