Disneyphiles all over the world are shouting "Amen" to a new editorial from Vulture, asking why it is that in both the animated 1991 version of Beauty and the Beast and the new live-action Emma Watson reboot, the Beast is hotter as a buffalo than he is as a human prince.
There's something about the Beast's stern yet chiseled jawline, his broad, catlike nose, and his majestic horns that makes 90s babies thirsty. In comparison, the Prince is just a generic long-haired mimbo.
Since Vulture's article was published, fans have been expressing their agreement on Twitter. It turns out that this is a very common turnon.
It seems like an entire generation of people experienced their sexual awakening from a human goat. Not that I'm judging. Except for all the hair you'd get in your mouth. Yuck.