Belle is a tough girl: She's an avid reader in a small town in France in 1800 (she could be the next Mary Shelley!), which teaches the lesson that it's fine for a woman to be smart and think for herself. Belle also has ambitions ("I want much more than this provincial life") that have nothing to do with marriage and family. Just look at how she rejects the cocky Gaston, who is, in everyone else's eyes, the most eligible bachelor in the whole village!
After she presents herself as a voluntary prisoner to free her father, she doesn't give in to Beast's orders. On the contrary, Belle practically forces Beast to change and behave like a decent human being if he wants her to give him just five minutes of her time.
Unfortunately, at the end the movie, the old "prince meets princess" story repeats itself, mixing the myth of romantic love with Stockholm syndrome. After all, beauty is on the inside...especially if it's on the inside of a multimillionaire prince.
Moral of the story: There is feminism, but it's kind of low-grade.