Painting Series Gives Gay Disney Characters A “Happily Ever After” Of Their Own


If you’ve been fantasizing of Prince Eric whisking Beauty and the Beast‘s Gaston off his feat, your dreams may have come true: As part of “Disasterland,” his new exhibit at the La Luz De Jesus Gallery in Los Angeles, artist Rodolfo Loaiza’s is showcasing of Disney’s most recognizable characters in same-sex clinches.

“Heterosexual happy endings have been discarded; outdated,” Loaiza says of the series. “In this story, discriminated minorities will finally achieve the resolution they’ve yearned for, beyond any bias or phobia.”

Aww, almost makes you want to run out and kiss a few frogs. Almost.

Other, less romantic images in the show include Snow White getting drunk in the forest, Sleeping Beauty confronting Freddie Krueger and Cinderella flashing her groin as she steps out of her enchanted carriage.

h/t: Bust