We were all once a kid who loved the stories of fairy tales and happy endings–where the goodness prevails and conquers the evil.
We were once frightened by the dark magic and wicked schemes of the Ravenna the Evil Witch, Mother Gothel, Maleficent, Jafar, Anastacia and Drizella the Stepsisters, Captain Hook, the King and Queen of Hearts, and Ursula.
They were characters in every book who we hated for bringing misfortune to our beloved princesses and princes. Their tales taught us to never take the footsteps of the likes of these antagonists for they are ‘bad’ examples.
Or so we thought. Continue reading “Once Upon a Time in a Pool of Lies”