Liberals Push Disney to Turn This Popular Children’s Character Gay In Time For Next Movie
When advocates of same-sex marriage claimed their only goal was the right to marry the person they loved, they were sometimes met with arguments that the step would be the first on a slippery slope leading to ever-increasing inroads into traditional family life.
Inevitably, such concerns were brushed away as small-minded, bigoted, homophobic, and hateful even as Christian bakers and photographers were fined for refusing to provide services for same-sex weddings, and a family that rented its barn as a wedding venue was found guilty in a court of law for “sexual orientation discrimination.”
Now, less than a year after the United States Supreme Court made same-sex marriage a right and lit up the White House in celebratory rainbow colors, the next push is on to normalize homosexuality and stigmatize the traditional family with an assault on… Disney princess cartoons.
A pro-homosexual campaign has erupted on twitter urging the movie studio to give Elsa, the princess from the massively successful 2013 hit “Frozen”… a girlfriend.
Hashtag “GiveElsaAGirlfriend” drew posters and pundits who pointed out that the signature song from the film, “Let It Go,” has been already been adopted by the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities.
One post on the “Independent” called for the planned sequel to the film that created a legion of little girls dressed up as Elsa, wearing their hair in her trademark braid, to “give Elsa a female love interest.”
The suggestion rapidly drew support in the “Twitterverse” with comments such as, “little girls should know you can be a princess and love another princess” and “#GiveElsaAGirlfriend so little kids will know that girls loving girls is normal even when their parents teach them otherwise.”
Most parents in America might disagree, thinking foolishly that they, in fact, should be in charge of teaching their children values rather than a Hollywood movie studio and a campaign waged in 140-characters on a device.