Mormon Grandma Blogger Blasts Disney's Frozen For "Attempting To Normalize Homosexuality"
Kathryn Skaggs, blogger at A Well-Behaved Mormon, sees gay people. Everywhere and in everything, apparently. Skaggs' recent blog post titled, "Frozen: Not Gonna 'Let It Go' When Movie Advocates Gay Agenda" has gone viral thanks to the grandmother's determination to interpret the film's symbolism as gay stuff. Though many, many bloggers and critics find that the storyline and soundtrack lyrics support the idea of loving yourself despite the effort society (read: people like Skaggs) puts forth in demeaning you, the mis-behaving Mormon insists Frozen is nothing but LIBERAL HOLLYWOOD TURNING OUR KIDS GAY.
The gay agenda to normalize homosexuality is woven into Disney's movie Frozen not just as an underlying message - it is the movie. In a liberal culture tenacious at normalizing immorality, stripping those of faith from their ability to speak out in opposition, this needs to be taken seriously. It's one thing that we've all donated to the cause by makingFrozen a record-breaking hit at the box office (myself included), but that's as far it's going, for me, personally.
If you are seriously clueless as to what I'm talking about then 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!
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.
Skaggs goes on to point out the moments in the movie she's interpreted as carrying "homosexual undertones" [spoiler alert if you haven't seen the Oscar-nominated movie; also, sic]:
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.
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.
Sure, these instances can be deciphered as references to anything that makes someone feel ostracized, be it class, race, illness, religion. Heck, doesn't the new war motto of the Christian homophobic movement present modern day fundamentalist bigots in this exact light?
Skaggs insists she's not a homophobe, however. "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. However, I draw the line at the idea of redefining traditional marriage to include homosexual relationships, as equal."
If her only qualm with an American minority group is our desire for fair, equal treatment under the law and nothing more, then what the hell is her problem with a movie that, in her opinion, promotes being yourself? Frozen's messages can be interpreted in countless ways, but what would be so wrong if a kid struggling with sexuality finds parallels that align with Skagg's decoding? She would rather the kid feel demonized and suicidal than supported and loved by uplifting themes?
The only agenda presented here is that of Skaggs, and it's so evil it might be worthy of its own Disney fairytale.
(Editor's note: Skaggs has since disabled comments on her blog post.)