Will Frozen’s Elsa Go Lesbian by Popular Demand?
Last year, after the LGBT community, the US government, and the Supreme Court rewrote YHVH’S one man, one woman marriage law, its been a slow steady spiral into the abyss. We now have empathizers in the psychiatric community claiming pedophilia is natural.
Gay marriage is now legal in all fifty states. Public restrooms are now subject to become unisex on behalf of those who are confused about their own gender. And, our public schools are being littered with the LGBT agenda.
If you thought it couldn’t get any worse, fasten your seatbelts because the ride is about to get bumpier! Now the LGBT A-team want to force their agenda down your children’s throats. The cries couldn’t be any louder than they are right now for Disney to enlist Frozen’s Elsa to help lead your precious children and you down their unicorn-rainbow-infested-rabbit-hole.
Christian Today News reported:
The LGBT community appears to be growing bolder and bolder, and now they’re even demanding that Disney’s beloved ice princess Elsa from “Frozen” be turned into a lesbian.
The idea stemmed from a tweet made by 17-year-old activist Alexis Isabel (@lexi4prez) last Saturday. She said, “I hope Disney makes Elsa a lesbian princess. Imagine how iconic that would be.” She then added the hashtag #GiveElsaAGirlfriend.
Disney is now working on “Frozen 2,” and some fans thought that it would be the perfect time for Elsa of Arendelle to fall in love with a woman. Thousands of people tweeted using the hashtag and expressed their agreement to place Elsa in a homosexual relationship.
“Because little girls watching should know you can be a princess and love another princess,” a Twitter user commented. Another added: “Queer relationships are not any more sexual or extreme or anything more than a non-queer relationship.” Anticipating that there will be Christian groups that will oppose the requests to #GiveElsaAGirlfriend, some netizens said it would be good for queer kids to have a positive role model to look up to. “Disney, you have no idea how many little girls (and all little kids) you could help accept and love themselves [by giving Elsa a girlfriend],” a fan pleaded. “Making a kid’s movie with a queer character won’t make your kids gay. [It] will teach them that love comes in many forms,” another one wrote.
Newsweek even gave their two cents on the issue. Should we be at all surprised by their highly liberal view on the matter? I don’t think so. Here’s what they had to say:
Yes, Disney texts are in desperate need for more queer (and not just gay) representation. Yes, queer people (especially young queer people) are in need of more positive sources of identification in all kinds of pop cultural media. Yes, adding the layer of explicit (rather than implicit) gayness to Frozen’s narrative by “giving Elsa a girlfriend” might be a step in the right direction. It might also be a weak compromise. Indeed, straight and cisgender people have been represented in Disney’s animated feature films since 1937. Heterosexual romance has been given a—if not the—central role in Disney narratives since then. Homosexual romance and LGBTIQs deserve the exact same space in these narratives, on screen, in society.
Other than “giving Elsa a girlfriend” retrospectively, queers deserve a film featuring an other-than-straight or other-than-cisgender character from the start, and no less than a main character in no less than a major film. They deserve this protagonist to be visibly out and proud on screen, not as a post scriptum addition to an already existing, self-contained heteronormative narrative. They deserve this protagonist to be represented in cinema as undoubtedly and unapologetically queer—not only in the form of subtextual codification or in the form of allusions to camp sensibility, like Disney frequently does in its portrayal of villains or comic relief characters; not only in the form of more or less subtly connoting coming-out narratives; and not only in a sequel. By all means, Disney, give Elsa her girlfriend in Frozen 2. But more importantly, give queer characters (of all the colors of the rainbow) their screen time in your films from the get-go.
Don’t believe it? Just check out the below video and see for yourself just how bad it is getting. And America continues to wonder whether or not God’s judgement is coming!