Disney Petitioned for a Gay Princess in ‘Frozen’ Sequel

Whether one likes the song “Let It Go”, it is hard not to smile when watching a four-year-old girl, dressed in her finest princess regalia, belt out the song, channeling her inner-Elsa.  Disney has long captured the imaginations of children who dream of tales of valor, where the beautiful princess is rescued from the evil that is lurking in the unfolding story.  Ball gowns and fairy-dust, music and happily-ever-after have been the magic of childhood and the reason generations have flocked to Disney, yet now, the progressive LBGT want to taint this.

Fans of the popular Disney film Frozen took to social media Monday morning to petition the studio to give the film’s princess, Elsa, a female love interest in the upcoming sequel.

The hashtag #GiveElsaAGirlfriend began trending Monday morning as hundreds of posters asked Disney to include a gay character in its roster of iconic Princesses.

This is not the wish of a star-struck pre-schooler, but rather an activist adult, who wants nothing more than to recreate the world into their worldview, and silence those who disagree.

“What better candidate is there for that honour than Elsa, whose own journey of acceptance with her powers has widely been interpreted as a metaphor for coming out?” writes the Independent‘s Clarisse Loughrey.

#GiveElsaAGirlfriend Okay… but just imagine… a biracial queer princess couple. DISNEY IM SO DOWN

#GiveElsaAGirlfriend because LGBT kids deserve to know that there is nothing wrong with them

your gay is showing⚢ ‎@GIRLSKISSGlRLS

#GiveElsaAGirlfriend because it would be a huge step towards queer kids feeling loved and accepted from a young age

Nearly all the tweets at #GiveElsaAGirlfriend in support of a lesbian Elsa are from millennials, searching for love and hoping to find it in a gay Disney movie that validates their personal life choice.  However, as one woman stated,” It's completely wrong that the pop culture page says “everyone” wants #GiveElsaAGirlfriend. Let's ask parents if they want that? I don't.”
Disney had better pay attention to those who pay their bills, hardworking parents with children, who come to the park and take their children to the movies because it is family friendly and not because it is politically correct.  The recent backlash at Target should be a reminder that there is a large portion of the population that votes with their pocketbooks and will choose to not support a business if that business forces their political correctness at the expense of their children.
If the LBGT community wants a gay princess, then start a gay cartooning company, recruit those who represent this life-style choice and enjoy this creative liberty.  However, don't force it on those who want to keep the 93-years of wholesome Disney nostalgia and beauty intact.
Source:  Breitbart
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