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"I wonder if maybe I haven't been throwing the right curves at him"

Okay, New Rule: Ads for Disneyland shouldn't be sexy. This photo of Scarlett Johansson playing Cinderella makes me "Matter-horny." One look at those "Space Mountains" and, well, let's just say, it's not a "Small World" in my pants.

–Bill Maher, Real Time With Bill Maher

Sorry, Uncle Walt. We're only human.


  • Aladdin is loaded with actual Harem Girls (with bared bellies). Especially in the song "Friend Like Me".
    • Anyone notice when Genie is singing his song, Aladdin gropes the harem girls he makes appear? Nice.
      • Near the ending of the song, Aladdin also almost kisses one. But then she changes into Genie at the last moment. Sorry, Aladdin...
      • Hmmmm...
    • This troper, being the sort of freak she is, has to say it: The Genie. A magical, subservient Robin Williams who can shapeshift into anything.
      • Don't forget the scenes where he creates many forms of himself, has a beer gut, appears in a cheerleader uniform, grows to gigantic proportions, turns white, becomes muscular, etc.
      • Oh man...the scene where the Genie jiggles that beer belly of his DEFINITELY started my fetish for beer guts.
    • At one point in the Never Had A Friend Like Me sequence, he shapeshifts into a bunny. Knowing what this troperis like, that could definitely count as more than one example of Fetish Fuel in the space of about two minutes of song.
    • Jasmine. Just Jasmine. As if her outfit wasn't stimulating enough, she seems to attract a large number of people with TF fetishes.
    • Jafar? When he first gets Genie and while talking to him is playing with his smoky tail thing? Or the whole "You will bow to me" thing? Or the "make Jasmine love me thing," and even though it didn't work, her pretending it did? Yah...
      • When Jafar calls Jasmine "Pussycat" continues to cause discomfort for this troper, as well as Jasmine's acting like she was in love.
    • Come on! Look at Aladdin's clothing: No shirt, just a small vest, baggy pants, and bare feet. How is this not considered fetish fuel?
    • In the animated series, notice how many times Jasmine gets tied up. It happens a lot. In fact, there was that one episode where the plant-king guy kidnapped her, which had no fewer than four different scenes where he tied up Jasmine with vines.
      • And she's not alone. Aladdin gets frequently put into James Bondage.
    • Jasmine trapped in the hourglass. Disturbing, I know...
      • Oh thank God I'm not the only one!
    • Surprising that Mirage hasn't gotten listed here yet - a bit of a crossover into the Furry Fandom section, but the voice combined with the body, plenty of people are willing to ignore the cat head.
      • Even The Nostalgia Chick thinks that Mirage is the only villain of the show that could be considered "sexy".
      • Apparently she never saw Saleen.
    • Very surprised that the "Forget Me Lots" episode was not mentioned. Jasmine smells the Blue Rose of Forgetfulness, and Abis Mal tells her that she's the "Scourge of the Desert". As an effect of the magical brainwashing, she gets new clothes and a whip to fill the part. She says, "Fools! Nobody runs from the Scourge!" and "Men, take him to the dungeon!" Some say, "oh yes, mistress!"
    • Mozenrath, anyone?
      • Jasmine: Leave my father alone, Mozenrath! I'll give you anything!
      • Mozenrath: Before I'm done, Princess, you'll give me everything.
    • In the first Aladdin film: That scene where Jasmine pretends to love Jafar. It may be the way Jasmine pulls off her cover, the way she moans "twisted", or just the fact that she kisses the creepy villain that makes this troper feel hot.Even when I was a little girl this was my favorite scene. I had a total crush on Jafar and his sexiness.
    • Don't forget the episode where Jasmine was turned, though there was also and episode where Mozenrath tries taking Aladdin's body, only for him to get his consciousness trapped in his archnemesis' body... needless to say that's this troper's favorite episode.
    • I'm quite certain someone got a thrill off of the emotion manipulation in "The Flawed Couple." Rule34 and all that.
  • On a more esoteric note, many submissive hypnofetishists cite Kaa the snake from The Jungle Book as their first brush with the idea.
    • Others just saw Kaa as a paedophile.
    • Still others cite Kaa as an influence on their interest in vore, a fetish for eating people or being eaten.
      • Just to be clear, the above applies only to Disney's version of Kaa. Rudyard Kipling originally wrote Kaa as a hero, although slightly strange and (of course) cold-blooded. Admittedly, Kipling's Kaa does encourage Mowgli to lie naked in his coils...
      • Bear in mind this part happened after both engaged in a friendly brawl lasting some hours, so I suppose helping the kid (I think Mowgli's 17 at the time, but not sure) you just put through Training From Hell (Kaa's stated as having enough strength to easily kill Mowgli a dozen times over, but that their regular bouts made Mowgli stronger and supple 'like nothing else would') by letting him kick back on a giant rearrangable chair/couch/papasan. Entertaining point number 2: When wasn't Mowgli naked in the Kipling Books?
        • Answer: during the three months he tried to make a go of living in a human village, The humans made him "wear a cloth round him, which annoyed him horribly".
    • The Russian version of The Jungle Book had the aforementioned 'snake wrestling' scene, which provided interesting bondage fantasies. It doesn't help that it looked like Mowgli (a strapping adult) was blushing the entire time. Of course, if it feeds the bondage fetish, it feeds the more... let's leave it there.
    • Vore?
      • It also doesn't help that Kaa, at least in the dub had a sinuous, slippery sort of voice as he explain things.
      • Fetish Retardant. He sounded like an evil Winnie-The-Pooh.
    • How in the hell did Shere Khan not make this list? Dangerous, powerful, and sophisticated with the sexy-as-all-hell voice provided by George Sanders (later replaced by the equally smoldering baritone of Tony Jay). The villain isn't even introduced until halfway through the movie but even when he's not there everyone is scared to death of him. And when he does finally show up, he gives Mowgli a ten-second head start. Playing with his food? Dammit, that's not fair!
    • Shanti, she acting just a little too seductive for her age, which was probably about ten or so.
    • Shanti, Shanti, Shanti! You know that Mowgli had it bad for her after that little eyelash batting.
    • This troper has not been able to let go of his childhood crush on Mowgli. Surely it must be allowed to pretend that he's actually older than he's meant to be? Anybody?
    • Oh dear Nabokov, this troper tought he was the only one that had noticed the absurdly hotness of sweet little Shanti. She doesn't have curves nor shows any skin but those innocent yet devilish eyes and those red and full lips...
  • And let's not forget Sleeping Beauty, in which Prince Philip is attacked, tied up and gagged on Maleficent's order... there are quite a few phallic symbols in the scene, too.
  • Snow White's scene with Dopey swallowing the soap and hiccuping bubbles. That one scene has sparked this troper's fetishes for bubbles, hiccups, and swallowing things you're not supposed to, all at the same time. Now that's impressive.
  • Not sure if this should be here or in the Toys section, but Mattel's plush Meeko from the Pocahontas toy line is the most popular toy among plushies.
  • The deleted Villain Song Maison Des Lunes from Beauty And The Beast apparently features Gaston getting in-character Fetish Fuel with lines like "Oooh, Oooh, Oh I love incarceration. I could lock up a platoon!"
    • Mm? That line's nowhere in the stage musical.
      • Exactly! (You can find the uncensored version on You Tube)
      • Huh? It's on the official soundtrack.
      • It's on the official soundtrack, but the line isn't sung by Gaston; it's sung by the asylum master, Monsieur D'Arque. Not all versions of the song's lyrics online are the same, though; it probably just differs in some performances.
  • This troper's Trickster Archetype fetish may have spawned from the various Loki-related, Dionysus-related and Isis-related bedtime stories her dad told her, but the dark, manic characterization of Clopin in The Hunchback Of Notre Dame certainly added fuel to the fire. And mmmm, masks...
  • Mulan: This troper was entranced by all the cross-dressing. And Mulan's a Bifauxnen, with a stocky body, and she's all strong and tough when it comes down to it...
    • This troper swears blind that her thing about swords and blades goes back to Mulan.
    • Damn. This troper has had a thing for Mulan for years, and only now realises that other people might share in it. As a kid, I'm pretty sure I just wanted to be her, but now I... kind of want to be with her. If You Know What I Mean. The whole Sweet On Polly Oliver thing doesn't hurt— it's got to be a little bit interesting being an extremely pretty boy in a camp full of men. Bit conflicting for Shang, too. Throw in some hurt/comfort, some really unfairly sad scenes throughout, and bandages reminiscent of sarashi and I'm sold. And... her hair. Squiggly. Feelings.
    • Speaking of Mulan, Shang's shirtless scenes probably started this troper's thing for biceps and backs. There's a reason why I've rewatched I'll Make A Man Out Of You half a thousand times now - other than, of course, it beingCrowning Music Of Awesome.
      • This Troper will bashfully admit that she rushes out every time her brothers announce 'MULAN ON DISNEY CHANNEL' and goes back to her room after Shang puts his shirt back on. She doesn't even like Shirtless Scenes that much...
    • And let's not forget the ultimate Disney villain: Shan Yu. This character literally has a HORDE of fangirls who continuously watch his ten minutes of screen time over and over again. This troper in particular is fascinated by the Hun's large size in comparison to tiny Mulan. Couple that with the low gravely voice of Miguel Ferrer and watch the ladies swoon.
    • This Troper found James Shigeta's voice as General Li (he has literally less than 2 minutes of screen time) to be unbelievably sexy.
    • This troper is thrilled by the amount of fanfic out there with Shang having interesting and not entirely unwelcome feelings for Mulan while she's still going as Ping. It's somehow so much hotter than if it were "just" slash, or just het. The tension... oh, my.
  • Speaking of Mulan, this troper really enjoyed the scene in the beginning where Mulan get unclothed behind a screen and then gets thrown in a bad tub of cold water, which is the only reason why we can't see her boobs: She covers them because she's cold.
  • Beauty And The Beast: Is it wrong that this troper finds the Beast sexier in his "Beast" form than in his "Prince" form? I used to watch it when I was little, and the Beast was scary. Then the VHS broke and we couldn't find it in stores for years until I was in the throes of puberty, and I saw him in a different light.
    • Nope. Not unusual at all. We've got a picture of it SOMEWHERE in this wiki.
    • Beast And Beauty has the pic.
    • Everyone is furry for Beast.
      • It technically falls more to the were/therian side of things, what with him looking like an ACTUAL beast and...not...whatever the hell those Na'Vi are supposed to be. Furry would be like, Amelia to Amelia with more French, I mean hair.
      • This troper can't decide which she likes more: the Beast all dolled up for the big ballroom scene, or his earlier scenes when he wears nothing but a pair of ripped pants and a long billowy cape, and goes barefoot. Best of both worlds.
      • Is this troper the only one who thinks some of the Beast's moments of social awkwardness border on adorkable? ...anyone?
      • Not alone there. Being Badass enough to take on an entire wolf pack is one thing, but going from that to fumbling with one's eating utensils adds an irresistible layer of sweetness to it all.
  • A number people have questions about Nala's parentage in Lion King.
    • Knowing the behavior of lions in real life, Nala is almost certainly Simba's half-sister.
    • In the sequel, Kovu is Kiara's uncle (he is the son of her grandfather's brother), yet they're more or less the same age.
      • Actually, it's stated outright in the movie that Kovu was NOT Scar's son, he was just chosen as successor. To keep it from being incest-y, I suppose...
      • This Troper was practically swooning over what she thought was incest until she found that out.
      • And This Troper has to admit he would have sex with Nala, especially after seeing Nala give Simba the look at 1:30. I feel wrong...
  • John Smith? Bound and gagged before his planned execution? Yummy. Mel Gibson voicing him just makes it even better.
  • Ariel. Her overly curious personality, her red hair, her Seashell Bra, her Foot Focus moment, the sheer fact that she's a mermaid, her Hartman Hips, the fact that when she turns into a human for the first time the Seashell Bra is all that she's wearing.
    • How about muscle daddy Triton? Anybody?
    • Someone somewhere has a fetish for Ursula. I mean...she has tentacles for crying out loud!
    • Oh, it's not just that. To this troper that's pretty much the least of it, actually. She find's Ursula's fluid motion, sultry voice, radiant evil, devious nature with underlying caring tones...even her name enticingly bewitching. That woman is sexy as all get out. I'm not generally into hefty characters, either, but she makes it look good! Much drooling from me during "Poor Unfortunate Souls", to be sure. Bouncy, bouncy, bouncy...
    • There's a reason that fanfic tends toward making Ursula a bit of a dominatrix... The black corset-like outfit, the manipulative personality and the tentacles are the perfect combination. Every time she opens her mouth, I can't help but imagine her tying some poor victim up with the tentacles.
  • WHAAATT? An entire page for Fetish Fuel in Disney animated movies and no mention of Alice in Wonderland? Why, it's the movie that caused many people to discover their giantess fetish!
    • It's mentioned in the Literature section, although this particular version was definitely a major influence. Alice also appeals to Lolicon and Meido, and there are a few who are strangely attracted to the way her dress acted as a parachute when she was falling down the rabbit hole.
    • Also, there are a lot of shots of Alice's white bloomers over the course of the film.
      • That shot of Alice flipping over as she waves goodbye to Dinah gets this troper every time.
    • That song near the end of the movie? Very Good Advice? Aww, the adorable little girl in the maid outfit is all alone and upset, crying and sniffling...Mmm. Yes, this troper freely admits that she is a sick little monkey.
    • The teaser for the Tim Burton live-action remake has a rather conspicuous shrinking scene. Though this troper isn't into it, he checked a shrinking fetish forum, and found their reaction to be basically "Squee!" Not to mention the fact that Johnny Depp is starring as the Hatter. Gird your loins.
    • Alice was designed and animated in such a way to portray a very seductive loli, one wonders if all the fuel was intentional.
  • In the Lion King, this troper found that the grown-up Simba's voice and the way he moved were nothing short of super sexy. She specifically remembers squealing at the part where he and Nala are rolling down a hill and he ends up on top. So. Hot. This troper was thinking, "Rawrrrrr..." ;)
    • Seconded, but this troper prefers Kovu.
    • This troper digs nothing like a charming voice herself, but forget "sexy" voices - what she can't resist is that Lion King has the Compelling Voices of both James Earl Jones and Jeremy Irons. Often in the same scene. Ooh...
    • This Troper used to hate Scar as a kid. Years later he's always at the back of her mind...
      • So, have any of the TLK fans on this entry seen Pride? Sean Bean as a lion, baby!
    • What about Vitani or Zira?
  • Tarzan. Oh ye gods, Tarzan. Practically naked, insanely strong and agile, and so sweetly naive and sincere? Not to mention those gorgeous blue-green eyes...
    • Not to mention intelligent. Able to fight off leopards, learn new langauges and be utterly adorkable? Excuse me, I'll be in my bunk...
    • The animated series gives us Queen La. Although memory fails me due to a scene involving Jane that's soon to be discussed, I seem to remember she was portrayed as a White Haired Pretty Girl in a midriff-exposing costume, with golden catlike eyes and her own private city of Leopardmen furries. As if that wasn't bad good good-in-a-very-bad-way enough, then there's one episode where the leopard-men overthrow La and hand her magic staff to Jane, prompting a regrettably brief period in La's black costume and blank white Mind Control Eyes. Chalk up another point for hypnofetishists.
      • Then there's the episode where Jane removes her skirt and wanders through the jungle in her white bloomers.
    • Not to mention all the scenes in the movie where Tarzan is upside down◊, or angled to have a view up his loincloth.
      • Speaking of skimpy clothing, Jane turns into the kind of woman that wears a jungle bikini at the end of the film.
      • What, no love for Tarzan in a suit? This troper has replayed that scene multiple times, and is finally beginning to understand why.
    • I swear that Jane getting caught in the rain, whilst stuck in a tree is what set me on the road to having a Wet and Messy fetish.
  • The Great Mouse Detective. Victorian striptease. By an anthropomorphic mouse. Think about it.
    • I prefer to think of the sexiness that is Basil. Mercurial, brilliant, wears a smoking jacket, very mood swing-y, andintense. You just know he, uh, needs an outlet for all his intensity and passion...
    • Seriously, this troper was never a furry fan. Still isn't in most cases, but Basil pushes all of her fetish buttons. Good lord, his accent is just the beginning. It's how messy his house is, the clothes he wears, how passionate he is, that he's a total science nerd, his skills of observation, and...let's just say that the list is about endless.
    • Get in line. Basil has quite a fangirl following, including this fangirl. She has wished more than once that she were that singer, Miss Kitty, because we all KNOW that Basil was watching her every move without looking like he was.
      • My Mileage Has Varied. The way Basil pointedly doesn't watch her, the way Ratigan sings a love song (albeit a smug, evil one), the obsession with each other, the frustration... it was This Troper's first brush with Foe Yay and it's become a life-long grip.
    • The showdown at Big Ben is one of the sources for this troper's hate fetish and minor sadism/masochism. A hate-filled Ratigan relentlessly beats down on defenseless Basil while they are soaked by the pouring rain. Basil, fearing for his life, struggles to escape but can't. Ratigan shreds Basil's clothes and leaves deep gashes. Each time Basil is clawed, you can see the agony in his facial expression and hear him let out helpless cries.
      • This troper got the very mild squigglies for that scene and now knows why. Dammit.
      • That scene pushes all of this troper's hurt/comfort buttons. All she wants to do when watching Basil get the crap beat outta him is take him home and tend to his wounds. Both emotional and physical. That mouse is too damn sexy for his own good.
    • How can no one mention about Ratigan himself? He is obviously the clear example of fetishness, at least for this troper. And he's voiced by Vincent Price no doubt.
  • Okay, so if I was into the Furry Fandom (which I'm not. In any way, shape or form.), Robin Hood would be the main reason. Because, oh God, was that fox hot or what? And Maid Marian wasn't exactly too bad looking, either.
    • Your Suspiciously Specific Denial is showing.
    • Huh, so this is where my Kitsune fetish comes from. I watched this movie obsessively as a kid, and these days, I'm not gonna lie, there's just something that's downright sexy when Marian wiggles her hips during her little dance.
      • What about her eyes in that nighttime scene, I think before the jamboree where that happens...Pepé Le Pew sighing, GO!
  • I think we're in agreement that the fact 90% of Disney Furries are pants-less is odd. Conspiracy or coincidence?
  • It doesn't even come out for several months, yet I notice that someone has already posted the shot from The Princess And The Frog trailer where the hero gets tied up by snakes on the main Fetish Fuel page. And, well...I can't blame them. And the villain? In the Baron Samedi outfit? Voiced by Keith David? You know I'm going to check that out come December...
    • My eyes popped out of my head when I saw that picture, for sure. I've never been attracted to Disney leading men, save for Basil of Baker Street, but Princess And The Frog is gonna be fuuuun!
    • Prince Naveen's accent. His accent his accent his accent. From what I have heard from the trailer, it's going to be a very happy time for this troper when she and her girlfriend go see it. Not to mention that's he ambiguously brown and a good dancer...Or that the entire movie takes place in The Roaring Twenties, one HUGE fetish for the aforementioned troper.
      • I agree about the accent. Dear Lord above, how this troper melts whenever Naveen says the line "Just one...unless you beg for more..." I would beg for more. Dear God, would I ever. It helps that he has that slightly floppy hairstyle. ...This Troper now admits to having an Accent and Hair fetish.
      • This Troper only really realised just how much of a thing she had for voices when Naveen showed up. Now...*melts*
      • This troper's sister is curiously attracted to Naveen due to his rolled up sleeves. Also his adorable naïveté, but mostly the sleeves.
    • Oh gosh, Keith David's voice. Just a few scattered lines from various released snippets of his Villain Song is already making this troper feel all sorts of squiggly melting feelings. *fans self*
    • And in the film's climax, where he's Circle Of Extinction-ing Tiana? Daaaaaaaamn...
    • I literally and vocally swooned when Keith David started singing. Awkward in a crowded theater, but I've always been a sucker for Audio Erotica voices, so that was just too much.
      • Especially his dragged-out "Yes~" when he shakes hands with Naveen and Lawrence. Guh!
    • What does one call being attracted to a female anthropomorphic tree frog? A scaly? A slimy mucusy? Who cares; I'm just enjoying the fact that she has wide hips and a figure.
    • A new Geico commercial, of all things, shows a clip from the movie during the snake scene where Dr. Facilier's voodoo talisman bites Naveen's finger, making him bleed and wince in pain. Cue a lot of Disney message-boards with posts like "Is it just me or was that kind of, uh, sexy?" and a lot of sheepish agreements.
      • For this troper, it's not just the wincing, but also the fact that he's such a cocky, swaggering alpha male who is rendered oh-so-deliciously vulnerable. *sigh* This troper has issues. Not least of which her disappointment that the scene wasn't longer.
    • Is this troper the only one who thinks Louis has a sexy voice?
  • Yzma in The Emperors New Groove from all persons have some of this moment. Especially in her cameo in the sequel.
    • You... you mean I'm not the only one who thinks Yzma is kinda hot with her amazing costumes and (occasional) elegance? Please tell me there are other Yzma/Kronk shippers, too!
    • OMG I thought I was the only one who shipped Yzma/Kronk! I MUST write a fanfiction about it now...
    • ...you have a Yzma/Kuzco shipper right here.
    • It's definitely not Brain Bleach when watching The Emperors New School (the show of the movie), and you see Yzma in her young form...
    • I could have had a long happy life without a pregnancy fetish, but no, Chicha had to come along.
  • Roxanne from A Goofy Movie: About 10% furry (just the dog nose), but enough to count. Incredibly thick thighs and a curvaceous figure, and all too cute andseductive (in the dream sequence in the opening scene).
    • Max made this troper a wee bit... confused. It seems wrong to crush on someone who shares genetic material with Goofy, but he was adorable dammit!
    • Those of us that like chubby boys certainly didn't protest when PJ lounges around wearing only his briefs in the sequel...
    • Also in that dream sequence, little Roxanne shows she's got some serious pre-teen back and this troper can't deny he got some interesting feelings when the dream sequence became something else, seeing poor Roxanne helpless...
  • Lady And The Tramp of all things... Lady forced into a muzzle. O hai, gag fetish...
    • This Troper found out she was part of the furry fandom when she re-watched this... Oh my gosh, the Tramp.
    • And let's not forget little Peg, that sexy little torch singer! The funny thing about it is that she was animated by a religious man... a Mormon no less!
  • Anita from One Hundred And One Dalmatians is quite attractive herself. Red hair, lovely curves, energetic and supportive, and she's got a great sense of humor if her reaction to Roger's musical shenanigans are any indication. For a dog, Pongo sure knows how to pick 'em.
    • Animated Roger appealed to this troper (it didn't hurt that he's basically what Basil of Baker Street would look like if he was a human) especially when he stands up to Cruella, covered in ink and livid to the point of stuttering.
    • In the live-action adaptation, she falls into a vat of molasses. This troper, as a kid, rewound that scene a few more times than necessary.
  • For some, Gadget from Rescue Rangers became the start of their furry fetish.
    • And I remember this old episode of RR where there were soda machines, and mice were having a party underneath them, and the soda dyed their fur different colors in a glorious shower, and Gadget... I really hope this didn't just occur in my head.
      • "The Case of the Cola Cult", but that was only their clothes, IIRC.
  • This troper can track some of her weirdest fetishes back to watching episodes like "A Wolf in Cheap Clothing" of the Rescue Rangers...
  • Miss Bianca, with her calm and elegant demeanor, gorgeous fur, adorable voice... And the fuzzy purple hat gets to me too, dahling.
  • Ah, come on! Did nobody but this troper find Madam Mim's young-appearance to be gorgeous? And...the hip swiveling....
    • In the book, that's her real appearance.
  • In Pinocchio, one of Geppetto's creations is of a mother spanking her child.
    • I can't believe no one mentioned the kids being turned into donkeys. That was the moment transformation entered my subconscious to emerge years later as a fetish.
      • I always put a little too much thought as a child about how those kids were turned into donkeys, stripped naked, and all shoved into crates together...
    • The puppet show, anyone? Even Jiminy Cricket got into it!
    • For the furry fandom, there's Honest John. Sly, smooth talking, and those eyes... I'm sure Gideon hit some people's Adorkable buttons.
    • This might sound weird, but I'm always had a thing for Jiminy Cricket. I think it's a combination of his singing voice (anytime "When You Wish Upon A Star" comes on, I stop whatever I'm doing and listen), how fatherly he is to Pinocchio, his chivalrous pervert tendancies (seriously, watch the movie again and count them), and fact that he's a conscience aka something that's generally right but is generally ignored and taken for granted (prime Woobie material).
    • Plus, there was one point in the House of Mouse where he temporarily becomes Mickey's conscience (long story), and when Mickey tries to explain why he can't have Jiminy as his conscience, Jiminy grabs his collar and says that after what happened with Pinocchio, he won't let Mickey go down the same road. The collar grab, the unexpected assertiveness, the whole 'I'm only doing what's best for you' thing... I should so not have these feelings for an animated cricket.
  • This troper is squicked out by Vore, but people with those kind of fetishes probably appreciate the scenes between Captain Hook and the crocodile in Peter Pan.
    • How the heck has no one mentioned Tinkerbell? This troper doesn't have a fairy fetish specifically, but would gladly pretend for those hips.
      • If this is any indication, you're not alone in that.
      • And in the own direct-to-video movies starring Tink, a character known as The Minister of Spring makes me watch the movie over and over again. There's something about his strict, serious behavior and secret/obvious thing for the Queen that I adore. (Plus he's voiced by Steve Valentine, of all people! Sexy accent love!)
    • Heck, Peter Pan himself. There's people out there who have a fetish for males in tights (the fact that his legs look very well-built doesn't help either), and the collar of his shirt exposes a reasonable portion of his collarbone and chest, making shots like this one◊look awkwardly sexy. Do I have to mention he's an eternal shota?
      • Just look at this◊. Yum...
      • There are also a fair few shots in the original where his tunic rides up for a few brief moments that caused a younger version of this troper to watch much of that movie with the pause button ready.
  • Nani has the most delicious-looking legs This Troper has ever seen on a woman who doesn't really exist.
    • Agreed, man, agreed. They're wider than normal, clad in cutoff jean shorts, tanned...
    • On the subject of Lilo And Stitch, Stitch and the other Experiments have carved out their own special pocket ofFurry Fandom. "Cute and fluffy" indeed, and each of them has powers... and that voice...
  • If no one is going to mention the one redeeming quality of Goliath Chronicles I will. Jasminelisa. (And a few other classic sexy femmes too!) Lampshaded by being Weisman's choice for her next Halloween outfit.
  • I know I'm alone in this, but I crushed hard on Bonkers (the Lucky version) as a pre-teen. He's a little ditzy, always funny, and such a caring sweetheart... and he's blond. (The occasional shower/nude scene, which always got a squeal out of me, also did a bit to reinforce my budding toonophilia. And his Ho Yay for Lucky and a few other male Toons also apparently made me a fan of guy-on-guy action.) And I think he looks pretty damn fine in a suit◊.
  • Has anyone seen the new image◊for Rapunzel? First Prince Naveen, now Prince Flynn. It seems like Disney is trying to give a whole new generation of people a bondage fetish.
    • OOOH! They don't have to work very hard at the bondage fetish thing here... This Troper discovered that she got this from an unknown source ever since she was about five.
    • With some added Does Not Like Shoes and/or Foot Focus on the eponymous princess. Two Fetish Fuel tropes in one!
  • Amelia Smollet; A gorgeous, intelligent action girl with a voice like melted chocolate, who is also part cat. Enough to make any man turn furry.
  • There were more than a few girls who shifted in their seats when they saw Woody use that whip at the beginning ofTS3...
  • I do recall Rebecca Cunningham having amazing legs, in the all-too-rare instances she wore a dress....
  • Not to mention Gadget of Chip And Dale Rescue Rangers second only to Sonic The Hedgehog in the likelihood of being a Furry's first crush.
    • Back to Rescue Rangers, this troper is particularly fond of Tammy. I also haven't seen "Good Times, Bat Times", but I hear Foxglove is pretty popular too.
      • Confirmed. At least one Acorn Cafe poster, in this troper's opinion, is way too enthusiastic whenever someone posts fan-art of Tammy. Sheesh. She's cute, but there's no need to have a seizure...
  • And let's not forget Disney's furryfied Robin Hood, which is more or less the official movie of the Furry Fandom.
    • Actually, there is a minor Internet Backdraft (as much as a backdraft can be minor, anyways) between Robin Hood, Lion King, and Rescue Rangers.
    • Add The Secret Of NIMH to that list, we've got a 4-way tie.
      • A number of surveys put the Robin Hood movie as the first 'I'm a furry' moment in many older furries' lives. It's 9 years older than NIMH. Worked for me, too.
      • No Maid Marian? Seriously?
  • In Disney's The Sword In The Stone, Wart is turned into a squirrel and is pursued by a very aggressive female squirrel. Furry and femdom!
    • /co/ famously named her Hazel and produced a reasonable volume of fanfic and art featuring her being turned into a human by Merlin after Arthur had a prophetic dream about his reign.
    • And a Redhead. That squirrel was HOT!!
  • Then there's the musical number "Let Me Be Good To You" from The Great Mouse Detective where the producers get away with depicting a Victoria-era burlesque show. Add to that the line "I'll take off all my blues" and blues being 1920's slang for clothes, and you might have an instance of Getting Crap Past The Radar, but that could be said about the whole burlesque show in general.
  • Don't forget Roxanne from A Goofy Movie. This troper would hit that like the fist of an angry god.
    • Speaking of A Goofy Movie, there's also Max, in all his adorkable glory.
    • Roxanne happens to be the least "furry" furry this troper has ever seen, with the only part of her that can really be considered furry being her nose.
    • No mention of Sylvia Marpole? Hot Librarian, Meganekko, and Furry all rolled into one!
    • There's also Roxanna's geeky friend Stacey, who has braces, wears glasses and has an adorable voice.
  • A few folks (inside and outside the furry fandom) were disappointed when Beast reverted back to human at the end ofBeauty And The Beast to a rather bland blonde prince. Word Of God said they originally had a line in which Belle asked if the Prince could grow a beard, but didn't like how it would sound. Sigh. All animators are male.
  • Kovu of The Lion King II —Troubled But Cute, scarred bad boy with a mane.
    • What about Scar? He and Furry Beast are the only two Disney characters This Troper is attracted to.
  • Mirage from Aladdin has at least a small following, though she only appeared in six episodes
  • This Troper innocently told people as a child she would like to get married to Shere Khan from The Jungle Book. Took her a while to figure out why people were so freaked...
    • Speaking of that movie, you'd be surprised how many people got furry'd by Kaa. A suitably seductive, sibilant serpent voice, hypnosis, loves to cuddle...
    • This troper got furry'd by Scar as a young child! She got bondage fetish at a similar age, though she hasn't been able to track that one's source down yet...
      • Are you me? Actually... my furry-ness is restricted exclusively to Scar, and that could be partly Jeremy Irons' voice, but the point stands.
  • This troper cites a Disney short where Pluto was blown up like a balloon as what kicked off her inflation fetish, leading to a variety of other transformation fetishes. Then there's the short "Runaway Brain" wherein Mickey has his brain swapped with a giant monster... too bad Disney seems to want to deny its existence...
    • This troper came here just to see if Runaway Brain had been mentioned yet. Just before his brain is replaced by a monter's brain, he's stuck in the chair, squirming to get free, making the cutest expressions.
    • Ooh! This troper has been looking for the "Pluto-inflation" short for years! She knows it's on one of her many Disney movies, before the actual movie starts . . . When she finds it, that will become her "favorite" movie all of a sudden.
  • What the hell!? Nobodies' mentioned Jessica from Who Framed Roger Rabbit. She's so hot, even the animators had to see her naked!
  • Um... *waves in embarrassment* Even before he saw Robin Hood, this troper had a huge crush on Tod from The Fox And The Hound. Wasn't till years later that he realized what it was.
  • I see we haven't gotten around to discussing Hercules. Let's see, naive muscleboy? Check. Reluctant devil's advocate with wider hips and feisty temper? Check. Nude S&M demons with a somewhat homoerotic relationship? Check. Have I left anything out?
    • MEG'S HIPS. My God. Even The Girls Want Her.
    • Some of the Goddesses! Athena + chained several times = HOT!!!! Boy, I'm perfectly straight, but that turned me on epic time! So this would be a another case of Even The Girls Want Her.
  • What about vore fantasies in Lion King? This troper has never really been into vore, but I have to admit one of the first times I felt actual sexual arousement (although it took me a few years to realize what this strange feeling was) was when I watched the scene in which Zazu is caught in a rib cage and threatened to be eaten by Scar. 'Cause what can be sexier than being caught in a ribcage and mocked by a handsome guy with a goatee, long black hair and a scar? It's kind of embarrassing, but I'm still turned on by this...
    • Oh, thank you. You have just turned me into a Scar/Zazu shipper!
  • Am I the only person who actually likes the beast's human form? As a fan of Renaissance art, the fact that the guy looks like a living Michelangelo statue is total Fetish Fuel. Come on, I'm really the only one?
    • No, you're not. I think seeing him at the ball at the end may have sown the seeds for my major period clothing fetish.
    • I will third this. I like him in either form!
  • Okay, I'll admit it. I used to get distinctly uncomforatble, yet oddly fascinated as a kid when I watched the scene in Cinderella where she first rescues Gus from the trap. It took me a while to figure out why. Fast forward twenty years or so and Birth By Sleep remakes the scene replacing Gus with an actual shrunken human...
  • Tangled: Hair fetish? Check. Bondage? Check. Foot Focus? Check.
    • Apparently there are loads of women who love Flynn Rider. There was some whistling from the audence in the first scene with him in theaters. I mean, come on. I bet there are so many women out there who dubbed him the Hottest Disney Male. But for some reason his name (both) and Rapunzel (she's very cute, but not "hot." She looks about 12 in some scenes) ruined it for me.
    • The Stabbington Brothers — Those muscles, plus a bit of leather...
    • Not only that, but Rapunzel herself is sooooooooooooo adorable. Squee indeed.
      • Not only is she incredibly adorable, but she becomes quite the feisty heroine by the end of the movie. The way she stands up to her dominatrix "mother" ... I'll be in my bunk.
    • Rapunzel is also hot to people who have a thing for girls with an overbite.
      • You don't even need a thing for an overbite. Having any kind of imperfection that keeps her from being ridiculously idealized just makes her that much cuter than any of those other "princess" types.
      • If, like Rider and myself, any of you gentlemen out there prefer brunettes, Rapunzel will not disappoint you.
    • This troper has a fetish for guys having hair long enough to run your fingers through, so when she first saw Flynn Rider...*shiver*. Plus, there's his voice. Good God, his voice! When he started singing in "I See the Light", this troper was reduced to a squeeing mess. It did not help that my crush was sitting right next to me at the time.
      • First thing I thought after seeing Flynn Rider for the first time in a 10 seconds long TV commercial: "Hottest Disney male in fifteen years". First thing I thought after watching the movie: "Hottest Disney male EVER". "Oh Mama! I have got to get me one of these!", indeed.
    • Mother Gothel ... my god. And the fetish fuel potential of her love/dominance relationship with Rapunzel didn't exactly go unnoticed by this troper, either.
      • Huzzah, I am not alone! Mother Gothel is amazingly devious, cunning and smothering of Rapunzel, not to mention super hot with that large (no pun intended) tangled, wiry head of hair. She's one of the perkiest villains, too, giving her that sort of flair that just makes you want to hug her forever.
    • Did no one mention the scene where Rapunzel has Flynn tied up with her hair?
  • There's also the scenes where Rapunzel is tied up with her own hair, I've seen two. Including one where she falls over, which is fun to imagine her struggling on the floor. Furthermore, there's the scene where she's chained up and gagged.
      • Flynn gets shoved into the Distressed Dude role more often than other disney males.
  • Anybody else here turned on even slightly by the Pink Elephants? I like watching the camelephant turning into a Belly Dancer over and over again. =^w^=
  • Is this (straight) female troper the only one who finds Maleficent sexy? Those elegant features, that high-bred voice, and all that power rolled into one gorgeous woman...rowr.
  • Oh, come on! I CAN'T be the only one who was in love with Milo from Atlantis. The floppy hair, skinny body, those damn glasses, a linguist (my major!!! And he probably knows tons of sexy foreign languages) and he's voiced by Michael J. Fox. Hnnnnnnggggggg. I won't even deny it anymore, as it was my secret shame for years.
    • Agreed, Milo is quite the adorable nerd. But just...Audrey. Spunky, feisty, brave, super baggy overalls and huge work gloves, excellent at her job, but so pass-offish, kissably puffy lips...this troper can't help but be enamoured completely and has certainly learned to love steampunk because of it. Of course when she was younger, said troper more-so fawned over Moliere for all of his wonderful oddities, and Kida for being the smartest, strongest, coolest Disney princess ever. And that silky voice...yad la koh ne.
  • This tropette blames her transformation fetish on Brother Bear and The Emperor's New Groove.
  • I know I'm probably going to Hell for this, but... Duchess made me a furry. Yes, she's a non-anthro cat, but she's incredibly lovely and ladylike, which is a turn-on for me. Her dancing during "Ev'rybody Wants To Be A Cat" is also rather sexy (not surprising, as it was later done by Maid Marian of Robin Hood), and let's not get started on how seductive she sounds during her harp solo... oh, and she's French. You're welcome.
  • Who else remembers the Pluto short, "Springtime for Pluto"? About halfway through, there's a scene where a caterpillar spins a cocoon on Pluto's tail and instantly emerges as a voluptuous Latina butterfly woman who does a sexy dance for Pluto. She is probably responsible for giving this troper transformation and transgender fetish, as the deep (though fluctuating) voice of the caterpillar heavily implies that it was male. The fact that the caterpillar was stretched and almost eaten by a quail somehow makes it better, and I enjoyed watching the butterfly struggling to get out of its tight cocoon a little too much.
  • Peg. Can you say MILF?
    • Also, Max's cousin Deb. Even Max acknowedges that she's hot.
  • I thought Ralph was incredibly hot, being a 9-foot tall 649-pound Unkempt Big Handsome Man who's also very muscular as well as being such an Adorkable Gentle Giant. The Wild Man-like design certainly does not help, with his dark red dungarees; tight red shirt showing off his massive, thick arms with huge hands; and his bare feet. And that one scene where he strips an unconscious Pvt. Markowski of his armor and stuffs him in the closet wearing nothing but Zangief's red speedo (i.e. Markowski was Going Commando)? And then the way his belly sticks out when he puts on the armor to sneak into Hero's Duty...
  • Queen Elsa from Frozen. She's elegant and beautiful, and I just want to hug her at times.
    • Seconding Elsa. Also if you stop and think about it, for 3/4 of the movie she's really just wearing ice.....and nothing else
  • Zootopia . Let's begin with Shakira's fursona, Gazelle, then there' Nick Wilde, the proof that Disney probably knows that Robin Hood was a major influence on the Furry Fandom.

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