Halloween is fast approaching, which means an onslaught of new sexy costumes are coming out for ladies to
freeze in wear.
As we all know, the Little Mermaid villain is fabulously full-figured and celebrates her sexiness with lyrics like "don't underestimate the importance of body language," giving curvier girls an excuse to wear a sexy and form-fitting costume.
….Which is why we're so perplexed that Disney has released a costume of the popular character that's only available in very limited sizes.
On the website, women only have the options to choose from the sizes S, M, L, taking away the importance of plus sizes for their customers.
And what's even stranger is that they do have plus-size versions of their Cinderella and Belle costumes, who are interestingly, standard costumes and not given the "sassy" (aka sexy) makeover.
Is this sending a message that fuller figured women aren't allowed to dress up as sexy characters?
And more importantly, if their most popular plus-size character, who exudes sex in the film, cannot be portrayed by plus-size women everywhere, then what costumes ARE they "allowed" to wear??
Oh, Disney. You poor unfortunate souls.
[Image via Disguise/Disney.]