After criticizing Ariana Grande last week for her overtly sexy style, Mayim Bialik has a new target -- Disney's Frozen.
In a detailed post on her blog on Kveller.com Tuesday, The Big Bang Theory star, 38, listed the reasons she and her two young sons are not fans of the insanely popular movie.
Her first reason?
What she sees as the film's anti-feminist plot.
"Sure, it's sort of hidden, but the search for a man/love/Prince is still the reigning plot line in the movie, as it is with pretty much all movies for young people which are animated," she writes. "... I've had just enough already with this finding a man business in most every kids' movie. Disney classics were all about this and look where it's gotten us! Naked billboards of singers and women still not paid equal pay for equal work and ridiculous standards of beauty and body image and campaigns such as 'Why I Don't Need Feminism' and tons of other things proving we still have a ways to go."
But she's not only pro-women, she's also against male-bashing -- which she lists as another problem she has with the film, in which The Prince/hero character turns out to be a villain.
"I know, you're confused by me. Yeah, take a number. First I claim to be a feminist and now I claim to be against male-bashing. That's because feminism doesn't equal male-bashing," she explains. "And this movie isn't empowering because it shows that a Prince is a jerk and should not have been trusted. That's weird too. It's just confusing."
Lastly, she takes issue with the way the female characters are unrealistically animated.
"OK, my biggest problem with this movie was the way the female characters are drawn and animated," she complains. "They have ginormous eyes. Like really ridiculously big. Teeny-tiny ski slope noses. Exaggerated delicate ski sloppiness, actually. Barbie doll proportions of their bodies in general: tiny waists, ample busts, and huge heads. They look like dolls. They don’t look like the same species as the male characters even! What's up with that?!"
Though to be fair to Bialik, she admits she's taking her whole analysis "too seriously."
"Am I taking this all too seriously? Of course I am! That's because I’m me!" she writes. " ... I know everybody loved Frozen and that I am going to get so much hate for this. But I'm just keeping it real, yo. Or trying."
Check out her controversial comments below on chart-topper Ariana Grande in the video below!