Skip to comments.‘Frozen’ Gay Conspiracy Theory
Posted on 03/13/2014 12:00:52 PM PDT by lbryce
Frozen might just be the most talked-about kids movie since Toy Story, but its not all accolades and awards for the Oscar-winning animated flick. There is a fear campaign mounting against the film, warning conservative parents and grandparents to keep their impressionable young children away from what some believe is a musical advertisement for the gay agenda.
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Saw the movie, liked it.
If there are any gay themes in it they are well hidden.
I saw the movie. I never saw anything like that.
This was posted last night.
I think some folks see gayness in every aspect of life.
They spend their waking hours searching for signs of gayness.
All I can say is “HUH?”
You would have to be a sick puppy to come up with this about Frozen.
Using the author’s definition of gay - something unusual about a person that ostracizes them - then the author’s view on life makes them a huge flamer
I wouldn’t put it past marketers in Hollywood to manufacture a scandal using some fake names and blogs, in order to get their movie talked about, especially among their target audience.
If it had a gay agenda it must has been hidden, like "if you play the Beatles White Album backwards" hidden.
Sometimes, in our effort to get our message out, we become crazy and extreme, hurting, rather than helping, that message.
There are some very ordinary interactions of life that the devil pulls into service of the hoodoo modernly called “gay.”
Given the modern obsession with demonizing “things that perish with use” the devil can soon have us fleeing our own shadows that way.
I’m sure stuff has gone into the artwork that comprises inside jokes among the “gay” set at Disney — and so what. It’s not going to touch anyone who has God. Just because homosexuals and liberals get all obsessed over “gayness” doesn’t mean we should do that too. If an overt come-on is seen that is another issue. But nobody’s seen one, yet.
Or to use the example of an obscure outlier blog to ridicule legitimate social conservatives.
I’d be surprised if that weren’t happening.
Ditto... SMDH at this stuff.
Agreed, the main female hero character is in a romantic delimma between two male suitors.
The main female villain doesn't have a suitor, but that's because she's locked herself away most of the movie because she fears her powers will hurt people.
I’ve heard this theory, and...it’s stupid. Most of the theories include some twisted interpretation of “Let It Go”, which is an objectivist song, not a gay song.
We're all gay now. Darndest thing.
Even my meth-addict parents said Disney was a gay advocacy group and the fact of Disney sponsoring Gay Days at their theme parks and Gay cruises on their cruise ships speaks to this.
Mocking people who speak to an obvious truth does not make that truth any less obvious.
My favorite line was when Elsie scolded her sister for wanting to marry the prince she just met only after knowing him for only a few hours.
I was a slap right in the face of today’s “Instant Gratification” mentality we see in so many other movies.
She was very protective of her sister to the point of suffering herself for her sister’s safety and well-being.
They cater to gays, therefore they must be doing nothing but cramming gay into their works.
Well...Donald Duck does go around without pants on like so many gay guys...
truth? It’s true that Gay Days means that movie is gay?
The curse of that power is a theme in the Hans Christian Andersen original story “The Snow Queen,” of which this is a loose paraphrase.
In real life we see folks that seem to get alienation reactions from others in spite of their utmost efforts. There are “snow queens” and “snow kings.” This might be symbolic of that. In Christian theology we know of original sin, and that’s one way it can manifest. Gladly, God can help such problems through His love.
Most of the theories include some twisted interpretation of Let It Go, which is an objectivist song, not a gay song.
I viewed “let it go” as a huge weight being lifted of of Elsie from the responsibility of having to look out from her sister not being needed any more, only she later learns that by “Letting go” she has abandoned her responsibility towards her kingdom and she had to go back to take responsibility for what damage her powers caused by confronting them rather than running from them as she had by locking herself away for so many years.
Or, you could see it as a sly poke at the older Disney movies where this very thing happens (Cinderella, Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, Little Mermaid, etc...). In all of those the courtship is minutes/hours/days.
It makes sense to be more suspicious of them as they have been “full speed ahead” on the gay agenda in the past decade.
I don’t think even the person you were replying to stated that “they must be doing nothing but”.
Those silly fairy tales! if they could only take the fairy tale out of them then everyone would live happily every after.
Note, I didn't see it that way, just pointing out that it could be seen that way. It was simply a mechanism to move this story along.
Well consider the source of the accusations, which is apparently the mirror image of gay. It looks a lot like a fight made in hell, not made from heaven. Crying wolf over enough things that we can’t even see a real wolf.
They’ve been quite accommodatory. (If that’s a word.)
Do they think the whole world should be looked at through “gay” eyes. Not convinced of this.
Maybe it does. Just the same as I don't parse out what is and what is not gay propaganda in the products of other supporters of the gay agenda I don't care to parse out what is or is not gay propaganda from Disney.
They made their choices and I have made mine.
Was there singing and dancing? There are a few guys who consider that kind of stuff
HOMOSEXUAL, because there's nothing GAY about it.
I thoroughly enjoyed Frozen. The only disappointment I had was not seeing the preview scene where the Snowman fights the Reindeer for the carrot within the movie itself. My daughter loved it for the music and love story, my son loved it for the comedy with the snowman/reindeer.
What is interesting to me is that it is due out on DVD next Tuesday, and it is still playing in my local theaters, and according to their published schedules, will still be playing when the DVD comes out. I don't recall any movie still being in first-run theaters when the DVD comes out. At least not in the past few years. Cheap theaters, yes, but no first-run theaters at full price, with a full line-up of screenings.
Disney’s accommodation is overt. But it is a well known dirty secret of the entertainment biz that it has been a haven for “gay” activity for decades. It must be few if any who have reacted to that by boycotting everything movie, instead of being satisfied with overtly clean content and letting the tinfoil worry about what might be double entendre. Are we going to let the mindset of perverts ruin the normal honor of God in the creation for the rest of us?
Disney does not sponsor, welcome with signs, or have anything to do with Gay Days at Disney. This is a private organization that decides to meet up at the mega resort every year.
Disney does let them privately book. That said, they’d be tickled to let any fundie or Catholic, etc. group privately book too. The only color of the rainbow they really care about is green.
Wow. That's pretty gay...
My favorite Disney “Let it Go” song, (Yes, there is more than one) is from the movie, The Robinsons. It is about a kid who drew the short straw in life and decides to just let it go and live his life the best way he can.
And implicitly this is about letting God make the best of a seemingly unpromising situation.
People who do that sometimes see miracles, both small and large.
But it is a good enough reason for me to skip yet another animated movie.
Disney allows the Gay Day organizers to use the jealously guarded trademarks of the Mickey Mouse profile and Mickey Mouse ‘Mouse Ears’ without legal challenge year-after-year.
Given that if I produced an image with those trademarks I’d be almost instantly sued and ordered to cease and desist I can only and reasonably conclude the the Disney Corporations’ deafening silence in this matter is an active endorsement.
I am writing to request that in the future you refrain from using the words “gay” and “cramming” in the same sentence.
Thank you for your cooperation.
My first great love. I approached a table seating friends and strangers. A stranger looked up at me and my heart did a flip flop. I loved him for three years in an off again, on again romance. Then I left town, but we agreed to contact each other if something significant changed in our lives. About 15 years later I had a strong impulse to try to contact him. Found his address through a professional society and wrote a letter. Three weeks after the initial impulse he phoned me. I asked if anything had happened 3 weeks earlier. He said it was the day his divorce became final. Talking with him I no longer felt a connection.
A few years later I met my second greater love. Feelings were mutual, but being married with children we did not act on it. Eight years ago, my husband died after a long illness. We have been together now for 7 years. Life is good.
Is this independently or in fan capacity?
Usually content producers wink benignly at nonprofit fan derivative works, and that’s how this is viewed, I think. Granted that if Disney had a more “normal” morality it would be bothered by the association. I don’t think any Christian group has done anything similar (what would Mickey do, carry a flag with a cross on it?)
But you can’t have a fairy tale without the fairy.
Those “gay crammers” don’t float your boat, huh. Neither do they launch my zeppelin. They’re encouraging sin. What do we do in a world where they are ubiquitous is the question.
So that means Disney has the most authentic fairy tales around!
I don’t think young children will pick on that elaborate theme these people have concocted. That being said, Disney is upfront with their pro gay stance, so maybe....just maybe
LOL. Fair enough.