Story by Sofia Mendiola
In our young minds, it did not seem like much at the time, but these Disney Channel Original movies conveyed an important message. Through these confident and intelligent female characters, the idea that all genders are equal played a role throughout these movies. Whether it was shown through conquering a kingdom or sustaining strong friendships, these original movies showed it was not just a man's world.
When something dark erupts in Halloween Town, the main female character, Marnie, takes it upon herself with the help of her grandmother to defeat evil.
Kim Possible Movie
Kim Possible is obviously not an ordinary girl. She saves the world day and night, even though she is a student and a cheerleader.
Stuck in the Suburbs
Two teenage girls, Brittany and Natasha, put their differences aside after tension comes between them. They use their strong friendship in order to help a pop star gain back his self creativity and produce music again.
Kelly Collins, took it upon herself to state she was not just a bubbly and clueless girl who was forced to attend military school. She stepped up her game, and made sure everyone knew she had the same potential to be a cadet just like everyone else.
These twin sisters, Alex and Camryn, grew up in two different worlds, but still managed to come back and help the kingdom they once had abandoned in order to save their biological mother and rescue the light from the darkness.
Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior
A popular Californian teenager, Wendy Wu, learns she was born to be a female warrior destined to protect the world. The girl who once obsessed over popularity manages to change into perspective, to show the world a female warrior can kick some ancient evildoer out to save the people she loves.
Teenage girl Andrea Carson puts on her helmet and protective gear in order to ride in an all boys competitive sport to ultimately help her brother, but also make the statement that the sport could have both genders together.