I get the border thing, but I don't see anything wrong about Jasmine wanting to end a "male Sultans only" tradition that, yes, was very probably a thing back in those old days. Even in the animated version, we are shown that Aladdin himself isn't all too thrilled about the idea of becoming Sultan, and this carries over in the TV series in which a number of episodes show him struggling at trying to learn how to become Sultan while Jasmine, in other episodes, is shown to have natural senses of leadership, diplomacy, and overall political competence, being the one who most capably handles the meetings with any of the neighboring nations. Even if Aladdin was still going to be the one who would ascend to the throne of Sultan after his and Jasmine's marriage, it felt to me like she'd be the one with the real political power between the two.
Edited by Sabrblade, Yesterday, 11:23 AM.
"When there's gold feathers, punch behind you!!".
I think the concept of being educated and being able to educate is something that more people need more of in their lives.
No, we don't all know everything but we should spread and share that what we do know.
If I'm consistently misspelling a word, I would want and expect people to correct me as should I imagine all decent people who know the value of good literacy.
Its just arrogant laziness to know you're spelling a word incorrectly and not correct yourself or ignore the advice when people do tell you how to spell a word correctly.