The revamped Snow White ride at Disneyland has become a topic of debate on Twitter after several outlets began criticizing the ride’s grand finale featuring the “true love’s kiss” between Snow White and the prince.

While a kiss between two characters is nothing new, Snow White’s kiss happens while she is asleep. In the fairytale, Snow White is poisoned by the evil queen and can only be awakened by “true love’s kiss.” 

However, outlets like the San Francisco Gate have criticized the fact that Snow White is asleep for the kiss and could not give the prince her consent. 

“The new grand finale of Snow White’s Enchanted Wish is the moment when the Prince finds Snow White asleep under the Evil Queen's spell and gives her ‘true love’s kiss’ to release her from the enchantment,” the outlet states in an article.

“A kiss he gives to her without her consent, while she’s asleep, which cannot possibly be true love if only one person knows it’s happening.”

On Monday, the subject became a trending topic on Twitter with fans debating whether the Disney princess should be canceled.

“Disneyland’s new Snow White ride slammed for prince’s ‘non-consensual’ kiss. I literally have no words !!!!!” one user posted.

Another social media user suggested that Snow White critics had too much time on their hands.

“‘Cancel’ Snow White because of the ‘non-consensual’ kiss the Prince gives her?? Stop trying to ruin my childhood. Y’all got way too much time on your hands, bye,” the post read

Disney’s update of the Snow White attraction includes new music, laser projections, LED backlighting, new scenes, an animation system, the princess dancing, and a collection of the Evil Queen’s potions and spellbook.

"Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" was an animated film produced by Disney in 1937. There have been several adaptations of the classic fairytale.

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