Enough things for a highlight reel and a play by play.
First, we have Minnie Mouse instructing Revenge of the Nerds guy not to be "nasty", followed by a three-minute montage of Minnie Mouse and other female Disney characters being chased, groped, tied up, locked up, and otherwise victimized:
And, in case you were wondering, the final clip of Minnie fighting back by no means makes up for the rest of it.
Then, we get a lesson in the importance of (heterosexual) dating, love, and romance:
1. Talking to girls about science is totally not romantic. Duh!
2. No doesn't always mean no. Girls may physically resist, yell "stop", or even run away, but everyone knows they're just playing coy (see Donald and Daisy at 1:41 and Mickey and Minnie immediately after).
3. The "Twitterpated" scene from Bambi = Male Gaze 101
4. Women hold great sexual power over men and can completely paralyze them with one kiss (or just by batting their eyelashes).
THEN, it's onto the segment about jealousy, where we get to see a catfight between Wendy and Tinkerbell, and Captain Hook informs us that "a jealous female can be tricked into anything". We also learn that, when women are angry, their yelling is high-pitched and completely unintelligible. (Poor Donald!)
The most progressive scene of all is when they depart completely from the show's purpose to feature a musical number in which a gay male singer is in love with a straight female mouse. (I should note that this part made my five-year-old self fall head over heels in love with Elton John.):
But when the fun is over, it's time to remind little girls to express themselves through fashion and that they can "buy the blues away" by shopping:
Best line in the song: Don't need money now. Charge it! Wrap it! Send it! Bag it! Shoppin'!
It seems we have Disney to thank for teaching my generation how to accumulate credit card debt.
But, mostly, thanks go to Disney for amassing such a huge legacy of animated sexist cliches and for making a TV special aimed at young girls to showcase them all in one place.