This might be my favorite day on HitRECord ever! It's so inspiring to hear everyone's thoughts on feminism and dissecting the feminist themes in this version of LRRH.
I really like LilacAmy11's thoughts on LRRH and sexuality. Although this particular telling of the tale focuses more on Little Red's triumph over someone who meant her harm, there is a definite sexual undertone in story. The red hood, the charming wolf, etc. Originally it was a cautionary tale to dissuade young girls from embracing their sexuality.
I like this new tale where the woman is empowered to make her own decisions. If she wants to go frolic with a wolf, so be it. She's the one holding the knife.