Non Sequituris an absurd, often satirical comic strip create by Wiley Miller. Here's part one of a recent strip, where we see a Rapunzel-type character shooting down the notion that she needs to be rescued.
Turns out, Rapunzel has trained her dragon to deliver pizza and cookies, and she's doing just fine. There's no reason to assume that a woman can't take care of herself (just like there's no reason to assume a dragon that breathes fire can't also deliver tasty treats).
In this final part of the comic, it's actually the Rapunzel story updated by one of the main characters. Turns out that many old fairy tales have outdated views on gender roles, and Non Sequitur decided to point this out.
Besides Non Sequitur, others have also put a modern spin on fairy tales to point out their absurdity, like a princess who doesn't automatically accept a prince just because he's charming. (And judging by the number of fairly tales he appears in, Prince Charming probably has A LOT of exes.)
People say they want a "fairy tale wedding" because, like a fairy tale, they want things to be magical. But they forget that most of that magic consists of ridiculous evil spells that take forever to break. Maybe a non-magical wedding is the way to go.