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  • Please stop arguing with me and stop undoing my edits on that page. It has already been established and agreed upon that Rolfe is NOT her husband in Disney canon, so I would very much appreciate it if you would please stop making those changes to that page and knock off the editing wars.

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    • Established? Where? Agreed by whom?

      There is more evidence that she marries him than there is evidence that Snow White marries the Prince. My edits are as legal as yours or anyone else's.

      They may not have actually married in the sequel, but:

      A) They kiss at the end, implying a happily ever after

      B) John Smith stays behind in England

      C) Historically, Smith never returned to New England

      D) Historically, she does marry Rolfe

      Are you arguing that Pocahontas chooses to not marry Rolfe after he gives up a royal appointment to be with her? After that kiss? KNOWING that historically she does not see Smith again and does marry Rolfe?

      What more evidence must there be? The Price wakes Snow White with a kiss and they head to the "castle in the sky"... no wedding either, but nobody argues that they don't marry. Why the double standard?

      I could ask you to stop undoing my edits on that page. Why should I and not you?

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