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"For the first sixteen years of my life (I’m eighteen), I lived in a strict, emotionally-abusive religious community that taught me to believe that it was sinful to like anything that was ‘dark,’ even Disney villains. When I finally got out of that situation, I saw Dr. Facilier’s "Friends on the Other Side" and immediately became attached to him. The fact that I can finally accept that I have a favorite Disney villain feels like a symbol of freedom for me."

"For the first sixteen years of my life (I’m eighteen), I lived in a strict, emotionally-abusive religious community that taught me to believe that it was sinful to like anything that was ‘dark,’ even Disney villains. When I finally got out of that situation, I saw Dr. Facilier’s "Friends on the Other Side" and immediately became attached to him. The fact that I can finally accept that I have a favorite Disney villain feels like a symbol of freedom for me."

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    exactly what about it was emotionally abusive? when I hear stuff like this, I wonder if it isn’t just teen angst...
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