‘Once Upon A Time’ Finally Addresses Mulan’s Sexuality: She Loves Aurora

Mon, October 14, 2013 10:27am EST by 218 Comments 12,298 Article Views
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Susana

Posted at 11:22 PM on December 26, 2014  

I believe that LGBT people should find love to and Mulan, someday you will find that girl who loves you too.

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Thais

Posted at 5:09 PM on December 20, 2014  

I aways believed that Mulan loves Sleep Beauty’s prince. Why not? Does anyone thought about it? Since her first appearance I saw it!

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Thais

Posted at 5:14 PM on December 20, 2014  

Oh! And remember that Sleep Beauty asked her about and Mulan didn’t answer (explicitly).

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Jade J

Posted at 4:59 PM on December 16, 2014  

It’s wrong. How come a woman who is a strong warrior must obviously be a lesbian? It’s insulting.

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Sun

Posted at 12:03 AM on November 29, 2014  

Thought it to be rather disgusting. I don’t want to see a woman pining over another woman. Or man for a man. I’m pretty sure it doesn’t even appeal to 50% of the people watching the show. It’s more beautiful when they’re just two amazing friends who would do anything for each other. You CAN be that without being romantically attracted, after all.

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Amy

Posted at 6:47 PM on December 14, 2014  

Well too bad the other 50% wouldn’t agree

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kuabci

Posted at 10:47 AM on December 15, 2014  

Where in the world did you get THAT figure from?

 
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anon

Posted at 11:23 PM on November 18, 2014  

I think it was the dumbest move ever. Mulan’s character was based on history that had legends around it. I see it as a slap in the face to who she was. I certainly wouldn’t want anyone depicting me improperly. It’s like those lies about Shakespeare.

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Homophobia is ugly

Posted at 4:32 AM on December 27, 2014  

Have you just not read the sonnet sequence he wrote? More than half of the entire sequence is about a homoromantic (possibly sexual) relationship between two men. Plus, Shakespeare’s actual identity isn’t even 100% confirmed itself. The dumbest move ever? Pretty sure you discussing things you obviously have no knowledge on is dumber than exploring the feelings of a character whose true life has probably never really been accurately depicted. Were you upset over Mushu in the Disney movie too? If not, you’re just being homophobic. If so, you might want to see a therapist.

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karen

Posted at 10:27 PM on November 17, 2014  

i think its great that adam and eddy decided to put that in. all they did was continue the story we already knew, just like they did for every other character.

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sarah

Posted at 11:52 AM on January 22, 2015  

totally agree with you

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