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  • Writer's pictureCourtney Heard

Disney’s Frozen: Fear The Gay Propaganda

Danish princesses, talking rocks, icy castles and a moose all in the same movie? I know what you’re thinking: it’s practically gay porn. If you dare to see this movie, be sure to wear your crucifix and magic underwear, gentlemen, or you’ll surely be leaving with a penchant for man-on-man tookus tickling and soon be sharing your best buddy, Nigel’s nipples with your neighbour, Nate.

At least, that’s what this Well Behaved Mormon Woman will have you believe. She says,

The gay agenda to normalize homosexuality is woven into Disney’s movie Frozen not just as an underlying message – it is the movie.

Funny thing. As the mother of a 6 year old, I’ve seen Frozen about 3.4 million times in the past month alone. I’ve seen it forwards and backwards and watched covers of Let It Go on YouTube, and spent countless hours spinning with my son in the living room belting out, “I don’t care, what they’re going to saaaaay!”.

You know what I didn’t see in all that time; in all those viewings? Anything gay… at all… ever.

But let’s see where Ms. Moronai goes with this. Maybe she has some fucking evidence.

The fact is, that not one of us would allow a person, contrary to our values, to come into our homes and teach our family many of the principles advocated in the movie Frozen – such as rebellion/disobedience – as good.

This is, of course, after several paragraphs of fundy undies repeating herself about Frozen being a manipulative tool of the gay agenda, again and again, without explaining how nor citing specific examples from the film. Nope, she just goes into a brand new diatribe about how the movie teaches rebellion and disobedience.

In any case, this statement made me wonder two things: The first being, is she watching the same flick as me? Who did Elsa disobey? Or was it Anna who was being rebellious? I mean, I know she wanted to marry a dude after meeting him once, but she didn’t end up nupping that fucker in the end. I fail to see the rebellion, unless she’s talking about rebelling against the villains who tried to usurp the throne and kill the girls… but, is that really rebellion when you’re opposed to your own demise? I mean, really

The second thing I had to wonder was, would she have the same feelings about rebellion and disobedience being negative ideas if she was a slave in early America or perhaps an inmate in a Nazi concentration camp? Sometimes rebellion and disobedience are not only good, but required, to pull humanity, kicking and screaming from the desperate clutches of dim, terrifying episodes. Sometimes, it’s required for survival, the most powerful of all of our instincts. Teaching my son to stand up for himself and go against the grain when it’s the right thing to do, is absolutely an idea that I have not only worked my ass off already to teach him, but one of the most valued lessons I think any human being can learn, ever.

But alas, we are dealing with a “Well Behaved Mormon Woman” here, who’s idea of “good” is total submission, all-out obedience and a don’t-question-a-fucking-thing mantra. If she can stick to that with a smile, she’ll still have wednesday nights with her hubs, and we all know that a dry-hump through magic underwear on hump day is the most coveted of poly-marital intimacies. Yeah… she’s the best wife.

When mainstream society comes to the point where it celebrates that which is contrary to the commandments, taught in a movie presumably made for children, by awarding it the highest accolades within its culture, and good parents don’t perceive it, but rather endorse it unwittingly, we are in serious trouble. And you can bet that those we have to thank are laughing themselves all the way to the bank, while mocking the religious ignorant.

I realize this passage is completely incoherent and translates roughly to: they dun tricked us! But, have you noticed, she still hasn’t offered us a single moment from the movie that can illustrate what she’s saying? We’re 9 paragraphs and two YouTube Let It Go cover videos into this woman’s blog post and all she’s said is, movie bad, obedience good.

 Entertainment, with all of its mediums, has more power than just about anything else to effectively indoctrinate and influence society, negatively, and among the most vulnerable of its victims are children.

Yeah… no. This is the classic cop-out, the “everything else fucked up my kid but me” bullshit. Sisterwife, indoctrinating your children with a doctrine developed by a convicted con man, who was able to decode the word of God with the very same seer stones he was convicted for before, is probably wot dun fucked up your kids. I mean, you revere a man who married 50 women, some as young as 14 and you want to get all up in cyberspace and say Frozen is evil? Have you been lobotomized?

To Christian parents, who don’t support the legalization of SSM, or the normalization of same-sex sexual behavior, oppositional to God, I feel strongly that we must become more aware of how liberal media advocate these messages. It is often accomplished through infiltrating mainstream channels with the specific attitudes and ideologies necessary to advance these practices, as progressive, within mainstream society.

I love how she says it as though it’s some covert subliminal thing. Has she seen Queer as Folk? Shameless? Will and Grace? It’s not something people need to be made aware of, it’s right out there in the open, no minced words. Why? Because ain’t nothin’ wrong with it, Templetwit. Why would the gay community hide something that is totally normal, totally beautiful and worthy of pride? I certainly can’t think of a reason. Unless… you think… the fact that you don’t like something is enough to make other people change the way they live their lives? Couldn’t be that…

The process of normalizing homosexual behavior in society is going to require more than the liberal media saying it is so – which they do all the time – or activist judges legalizing same-sex marriage in one state after another. It’s going to require the indoctrination of our children

That’s strange, because where I live, it’s already normal and no one the fuck cares, and no one is being recruited into the “gay lifestyle” and everyone is living gay/straight/black/white/asian/men/women in as close to perfect harmony as any group of people ever have. It doesn’t require indoctrination, because it doesn’t require anything, because same sex love is already fucking normal.

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.

Oh, no, precious, cute as that may sound, it’s not that it trumps sin per se, it’s simply that sin is not real.

But stay with me… If you’ve seen the movie, you should be able to recognize what I’m talking about and hopefully begin to make the connection, and perhaps see others I don’t go into here.

Yeah, maybe… if you ever got around to telling me what about the movie is promoting the “gay agenda”.

Let me be very clear about one thing, I am not anti-gay nor am I here to judge homosexuals not worthy of their rightful and respectful place among society.

Which is, of course, not in mainstream media, anywhere near your kids or taking marriage vows. Oh, sugar britches, you’re the very definition of anti-gay. You’re a gosh darned monster and you don’t even know it.

Oh hey, wouldn’t you know it, finally in the 24th paragraph of this exercise in blowing hot air, the good wife gets into the actual movie and what about it is… ahem… gay.

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.

As Elsa’s power increases, her parents’ urge her to learn how to control it, as it would be perceived as evil to others, but Elsa can’t; it’s impossible. Her parents’ make the decision to close the castle to the public, and lock Elsa in her room so that her power won’t be discovered. Not even her sister is allowed to see and play with Elsa: demonetization of homosexuals by society.

As the movie comes to a close, love, becomes the healing factor and without false judgment, ignorance and fear, by society, having been made to see themselves as Elsa’s problem (and not Elsa), she is now able to suddenly control the negative use of her power. In fact, she is actually able to now use it to benefit society – the power of unconditional love. For me, this is probably one of the most disturbing messages of the movie, Frozen

Wait, wait, wait a sec… unconditional love is probably one of the most disturbing messages? Unconditional love? Sweet Jesus on a cracker with goat cheese and thai chilli sauce, you need help, woman. Good, solid, padded walls kinda help.

The song, “Let It Go” intends to send a strong, liberating gay message

Pretty sure it sends the message, which is brutally obvious to anyone who has the most basic ability to form thoughts, that you should be okay with yourself no matter what other people think. This is the type of message I feel very good about my son hearing. I feel so, so sorry for your kids, you psychopath.

However, in the actual lyrics of the song, that is not what it is saying. The message of “Let it Go” is specifically intended to rebel against moral absolutes, which have governed society for centuries, now being viewed by a progressive agenda as antiquated.

No, you anointed assclown, the lyrics are about not letting other people’s opinion of you get to you. It’s about self-empowerment and loving yourself. Ideas that clearly elude Mormon women.

The words to “Let it Go” are clearly not Christian-values friendly, by any stretch of the imagination, when understood and heard.

Because people should be submissive, never stand up for themselves and certainly take to heart what every other motherfucker in the land thinks of them? That’s what God wants? Ehh, keep him. Fucker sounds like a douche.

intended to make people, like me, out to be more of what they mock in the Frozen music lyrics: fearful, bigots, homophobic, and now, paranoid.

Yeah, except no one has to try to do that. That’s what you are. A fearful, homophobic, paranoid, bigot waste of space and air. Luckily, you’re old news and in just a few generations, we’ll be blowing the dust of a book about “History’s Biggest Losers” and Well Behaved Mormon Woman will be near the top of the list.

As far as Frozen goes, let’s not forget that the story is based off an old Danish fairy tale which, to my recollection, had very religious themes. We should also remember that the main writer of the movie, Frozen, has expressed in several interviews, that the one thing she has struggled with the most in her life is self-doubt. Could it be possible, that the movie is simply about accepting who you are and choosing to be near those who love you no matter what? Seems more plausible to me. But then, I don’t believe God lives next to planet Kolob.

Let the storm rage on. The cold never bothered me anyway.

Maybe Mormon Mommy of the Millenia should take a page out of the book of Frozen and let it, the fuck, go.

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