By Victoria Hunt
Strong, vulnerable, and determined… Three words that just begin to describe the many female heroines in Disney’s roster.
There is no doubt that women rule the screen in both Disney classics and modern favorites; in fact, tenacious, warm-hearted female characters have graced our screens since Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs back in 1937.
To celebrate Women’s History Month, take our quiz below to find out which of these inspiring heroines—there were so many to choose from, but we’re including a sampling of favorites—you’re most like!
1. Who is your unwavering Disney companion?
What is your favorite Disney song?
How are you celebrating Women’s History Month?
What does self-care look like to you?
If you had a superpower, what would it be?
Celebrating Women’s History Month: Which Inspiring Disney Heroine Are You?
General Leia Organa
Just like General Leia, you are strong, resilient, and keep things in order. This princess-turned-military-leader used her power for good to become one of the most integral members guiding the battle against the First Order. You and Leia both refuse to let a little difficulty get in the way of what you believe in.
When greedy colonizers attempted to hurt the people and land she loved, Pocahontas took it upon herself to not only protect her family and community, but to do it with patience, peace, and perseverance. You must be just like her when standing up for the things you believe in. People often underestimate you—like they did with Pocahontas—but you never let that slow you down or throw you off track. Keep fighting for the causes you care about most!
When we think of strong Disney heroines, Mulan is top of mind. Like Mulan, you are willing to sacrifice yourself for your family and friends at all costs. You’re the first person to the rescue when a crisis breaks out, and everyone can count on you for strength in a time of need.
Like Gamora in Guardians of the Galaxy, you are independent and strong-willed. You both have been through a lot of hardships in life, but you use those experiences to your advantage. People can sometimes think you’re being aloof; you just like to take your time to think before you speak. But don’t be afraid to step out of your comfort zone every now and then.
Mirabel is the new kid on the block, but she’s already captured the hearts of Disney fans around the globe. If you got Mirabel, you also might be a little timid at first—but you make up for it in your caring and positive attitude. You’re a bit different than those around you, but ultimately, that’s your superpower! And that uniqueness makes others feel included and loved...