Evidently Disney’s Frozen Is Gay Propoganda
An incredibly long and drawn out post written by a mormon grandmother has suggested Disney’s most recent animated movie “Frozen” is less a children’s move and more a tool by the gays to indoctrinate youth.
“…It is imperative, particularly for morally minded parents, that you read this post and open your eyes to the homosexual agenda, and the principles advanced to promote it, that undergird Frozen, which is why it was written for Broadway and will indubitably be a hit – mark my words!” writes Kathryn in her blog Well-Behaved Mormon Woman.
Instead of having you dig through and actually try to comprehend these ramblings, we’ve pulled a few choice quotes:
Remember, that in today’s liberal society allowing almost anything, even legalizing it, in the name of “love” trumps sin – it’s that powerful of an ideology. And that my friends, is exactly what Disney is selling your children, while you unknowingly standby and watch.
Kathryn’s expertise on the subject of Frozen comes from the fact that she’s seen the movie 3 times – with her three sets of grandchildren. I feel worse for this woman having to manage such a brood, but I guess that’s a mormon thing. But I digress, here’s more from K-bomb:
Elsa has a great power that she has been taught by her parents from the time she was a child, is not publicly acceptable and that she must fear its expression, at all cost, thus hide it from people, even her own sister who could be hurt by it – even killed. Shame is at the core of Elsa’s feelings about her magical powers: same-sex attraction.
I wasn’t kidding when I said this was lengthy – the woman has over 2,000 words defending this belief.
Elsa is devastatingly lonely and depressed being forced to live a life of isolation, believing her powers to be evil. Her sister, kept from the truth, and affected by the inflicted secrecy also becomes victim to the dysfunction of her family and experiences equal isolation and confusion: not “coming out” and being who you are meant to be (acting on the power) is harmful to the person, family and society.
Kathryn goes on to pull many (many) more examples of how Frozen is destroying youth’s conceived notions of traditional family values. She even points out one of the scenes specifically deals with the normalization of same-sex relationships… because of a fairy tale cliché of love at first sight.
Now, this is a significant turn-around-message, because the gay movement consider themselves victims, enslaved by the judgments of religious pro-heterosexual marriage advocates who keep them from what they want and which they believe demonize the gay lifestyle. So, in essence, they consider themselves “frozen,” not able to live their lives out-loud, and freely, however they choose in mainstream society – no moral absolutes.
As you dive deeper in to Katheryn’s Disney fueled madness, you see she even takes steps to break down the lyrics of one of the movie’s songs. In a line-by-line analysis, Kathryn hypothesizes the song’s message is about getting kids to “rebel against moral absolutes, which have governed society for centuries, now being viewed by a progressive agenda as antiquated.”
Here’s the song in question, ironically titled “Let it go”:
Feel’n gay(er) yet? Me neither.
If you’ve got time, head on over to Kathryn’s post and bathe in the crazy. Until then, maybe she needs to let it go…
Tim is a writer, video game nerd, and music fan. You'll see him at shows, or you wont really see him at all.
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