Instead of talking about a Disney movie that is related to many of them having

Instead of talking about a disney movie that is

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in the case of asexuality. Instead of talking about a Disney movie that is related to many of them having a damsel in distress with the need of a male hero I choose Disney’s Mulan. In the movie the gender roles of having a male army hero switched towards a female character. Mulan goes and fights in the war due to her father being sick/injured. Mulan went to go fight in the war but has some problems with it because women aren’t allowed to be in the army specially with men. In the movie however she does a great way of hiding her identity till she got shot by an arrow revealing her identity. She as a woman in the movie is supposed to stay home and take care of the children and do things for her husband as shown in the beginning of the movie to be lady like and pretty. Mulan however is the opposite; she's different than any girl in the movie and is not a stay at home mom with gender roles being tied to her. Mulan wants to do more with her life than just bringing in honor to her family. Women nowadays can do the same as men and if not more. 6. Hypoactive sexual desire disorder is a sexual dysfunction characterized by little or no sexual desire. Erectile dysfunction (ED) is in men, sexual dysfunction characterized by the recurring inability to achieve or maintain an erect penis. Female orgasmic disorder is in women, sezual dysfunction characterized by consistent delaus in achieving orgasm or the inability to achieve orgasm. AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome) is a disease caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), which selectively attacks helper T cells in the immune system, progressively weakening the body’s ability to fight infections and diseases.
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