Fairy Tales are stories we are told as kids, which means we grow up with the sometimes implied sometimes overt “morals” of the story… these things becoming rooted in our subconscious from a young age and often impact the way we see the world until we are told otherwise.

Choose a fairy tale and find as old of a version of it as you can. Compare to how we tell that tale now (if your tale doesn’t have a modern version of it you can compare to similar stories or explain what you believe would be changed now). What are some of the moral (or immoral) implications of the original story? What kind of impact did that have on people at the time the story was told? How has the story updated with the morals of today and/or has the updated version helped shift our morals today?