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Dark Side of Fairytales Once upon a time there lived a pretty princess Does this sound familiar This is how a fairytale usually starts Fairytales are classified as an educational reading for little children However some fairytales consist of contents that are unsuitable for children and should be altered immediately First of all some fairytales allude that murdering is acceptable In addition some fairytales unknowingly suggest thievery as an agreeable deed Moreover there are examples of cannibalism Lastly some fairytales contain suicidal behaviors Thus some fairytales are inappropriate for children and should be altered One of the issues that should be altered urgently would be slaying of the villains in fairytales Senseless deaths in some fairytales are a common occurrence that could make children immune to such crimes For example in Snow White the evil queen is put to death by dancing in a pair of red-hot iron shoes until exhaustion Although she attempts homicide on Snow White it is not morally correct to torture the queen nor anyone for that matter until death This indicates that murdering is acceptable as long as the murderer is good In Jack and the Beanstalk the giant is put to death by Jack when Jack chops the beanstalk The actions Jack takes are deliberate and were meant to kill the giant The reason Jack commits homicide was because giant was following him trying to get its property back This passage seems to reveal that if somebody stalks children it could be warranted to murder the stalker as long as the stalker is evil The examples presented show that in the world of fairytales murdering is acceptable as long as the murderer is certifiably on the good side Sadly murder isnt the only issue in fairytales that is objectionable Thievery can also be found easily in the fairytales Larcenous behaviors are commonly found in fairytales Mostly thievery is overlooked with much generosity if the items
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