Kristen Bell Is Being Shamed For Criticizing Snow White, and This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things

Kristen Bell may have voiced one of the most popular Disney Princesses in recent history, Princess Anna in Frozen, but that doesn't mean she supports all of the Princesses in their endeavors. In an interview with Parents, the mom of 5-year-old Lincoln and 3-year-old Delta voiced a few concerns about the fairest princess of them all, Snow White.

And unsurprisingly — because we can never have nice things — people decided to shame her for her very logical and valid arguments against some of the events that go down in Snow White, which she reads to her girls all the time.

"Every time we close Snow White I look at my girls and ask, 'Don't you think it's weird that Snow White didn't ask the old witch why she needed to eat the apple? Or where she got that apple?' I say, 'I would never take food from a stranger, would you?' And my kids are like, 'No!' And I'm like, 'Okay, I'm doing something right,'" she said. Kristen added that she also asks her daughters about another issue she takes with the story: "Don't you think that it's weird that the prince kisses Snow White without her permission? Because you cannot kiss someone if they're sleeping!"

One of the first comments thrown Kristen's way was in reference to using Snow White to teach her girls about consent.

"Kristen Bell voices concern about message Snow White sends to daughters," a Twitter user wrote. "Boy, I certainly hope nobody in Kristin Bell's family ever needs CPR."

Feeding off this man's ignorance, another commenter chimed in, claiming that she's "disgusted with Hollywood hypocrites."

Kristen likely did cash a very huge check for voicing Princess Anna (you go, girl!), but the differences between the behaviors and actions of Anna and Snow, and the lessons communicated within Frozen and Snow White, are stark.

"It's cute that you guys are making jokes about something that I feel is very important," Kristen tweeted in response. "I'd be happy to send you copies and Snow White and Frozen, and you can see the differences. How far the example set for women has come. It might enlighten your point of view."

Boom, roasted.

Luckily, not all the comments were as unenlightened. Some fans of Kristen's did come to her aide to support that she's teaching her girls both critical thinking skills and important lessons through bedtime reading.

"I'm a mom who wants my girls to possess critical thinking and ask a ton of questions," Kristen responded to a fan who says she thinks the mom's parenting is smart. "So that's what we do when we read books."

Preach, mama.