Mexico-based graphic designer and illustrator Alfredo Roagui creates images of re-imagined gay Disney princesses who are depicted as men or drag queens. Each image transforms a traditionally female character from Disney into a male version of the same character.
The images shed light on the non-existent gay characters featured in Disney films. The images of these re-imagined gay Disney princesses display intimate scenes and depict love-stricken men. For example, one image displays a merman as Ariel who is being embraced by another man who represents Prince Eric.
Artist Alfredo Roagui is well known for his style of creating pin-up and cartoon illustrations of gay men. Each of these nontraditional images expresses positive tones of sexual equality in a playful way by incorporating Disney into a real-life scenario.