When Peter Pan came out, it was the typical boys' fantasy, you know. And when the Tinker Bell movies came around it may have been a girl's fantasy, but Jake and the Never Land Pirates seems to prove it as for boys, don't you think. Peter Pan focuses little on femininity.
The same goes for Aladdin, don't you think? Aladdin is a more male oriented movie. It relies primarily on action and comedy instead of feminine morals. It's obviously a boy's movie, no? The only thing that girls usually like in it is the character of Jasmine and the songs, and yet it's being targeted more at girls these days!
Disney needs to get more boys interested in Aladdin and its other movies other than Pixar, Marvel, and Lucasfilm, don't you think?