Last week, in Barbara Ehrenreich's Huffington Post essay entitled "Bonfire Of The Princesses," the Nickel And Dimed author wrote: "Disney likes to think of the Princesses as role models, but what a sorry bunch of wusses they are. Typically, they spend much of their time in captivity or a coma, waking up only when a Prince comes along and kisses them... The Princesses have no ambitions and no marketable skills, although both Snow White and Cinderella are good at housecleaning." Today, Trey Ellis posts a rebuttal, "In Defense Of Princesses." As a father, Ellis has a different perspective.