September 5, Aladdin, The thing about Disney is that they like to add technically non-princesses into the Disney Princess line-up. Sure, they became princesses afterwards by marrying a prince, whatever. But then you come across characters like Alice who is sometimes marketed that way who has nothing to do with royalty — she is neither princess nor marries royalty. Mulan and Pocahontas have nothing to do with royalty — Mulan is a Chinese citizen and Pocahontas is the daughter of a Native American chief.
By: Pingo Potter In the land of Disneyland, the Disney girls are getting it on and we follow them in a series of interconnected stories. We've got the mermaid Ariel who wants to have legs so she can be with her lesbian lover on land, we've got Jasmine who doesn't want to get married to a prince, we've got Anna who is having a giant crush on her older sister and many other sexy and magical stories. Jasmine petted the tiger whom she found years ago and saw as a spiritual gift from her deceased mother who used to tell her the most amazing stories about the "star tiger" Rajah. She looked down at the ocean which waved peacefully onto the shore. She desperately wanted to see a red-haired head turn up from the surface, but it didn't happen. Her meeting with the mermaid Ariel was now weeks ago, and Jasmine started to be unsure if it actually happened or was just some vivid dream, but she was still so full of desire for the fishtailed beauty with the big tits.