Cinderella is supposed to be the epitome of feminine beauty and attractiveness. So am I suppose to strive to be like Cinderella? Should all girls and women strive to be like Cinderella? Cinderella is supposed to be so beautiful that even in rags and tattered clothing she shines. She cooks and cleans like a pro, and—despite the wickedness of her stepmother and stepsisters— she does exactly what they tell her to do. So she is beautiful no matter what she wears, she is obedient, and she can do chores really well. And all of these qualities make her Princess material; because, she obviously displays plenty of leadership qualities, and is fit for a prince, right?