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‘Frozen’ Movie Sequel: Homosexual Agenda Controversy Will Not Tarnish The Best Animated Film! Disney Set To Make Follow-up!

By Staff Writer | March 14, 2014 12:09 PM EDT

"Frozen" is a global hit. It is still playing in countries like Japan and China. It also won the Oscar for Best Animated Movie. However, not all audiences are pleased.

The movie is now controversial because it has been accused of espousing a 'homosexual agenda' and even bestiality by Pastor Kevin Swanson of the Reformation Church. He is the host of a Christian radio show in Colorado. In the talk show "Generations" he was quoted (from Independent UK): "You wonder sometimes if maybe there's something very evil happening here. I wonder if people are thinking: 'You know I think this cute little movie is going to indoctrinate my 5-year-old to be a lesbian or treat homosexuality or bestiality in a light sort of way'."

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The conclusion that the Disney movie was pro-homosexual and bestiality was based on National Catholic Register movie critic Steven Greydanus arguments.

The Independent presents the main arguments: "Greydanus argues that the Oscar-winning song 'Let It Go' shows lead character Elsa 'celebrating her acceptance of her true identity' and essential 'coming out', while her lack of interest in male suitors implies lesbianism.

As for the so-called bestiality, Greydanus points to a line in the film's 'Fixer Upper Song' about hunter Kristoff's relationship with Sven the reindeer: 'His thing with the reindeer/That's a little outside of nature's laws!'"

The LA Times also presented other arguments: "As the posts note and Swanson and Vaughn reiterated, the character of Elsa is born different from other people -- in this case with cryokinetic powers -- but ultimately accepts who she is. Further, Elsa doesn't have any male suitors (as her sister does), and elsewhere in the film there is a very brief moment, involving a male character saying 'Hi, family' to a male adult and several children, that some viewers have interpreted as a reference to a pair of gay parents."

The "Frozen" directors Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee had an interview with Big Issue, and quoted by LA Times, Lee said:

"We know what we made. But at the same time I feel like once we hand the film over, it belongs to the world, so I don't like to say anything, and let the fans talk. I think it's up to them. Disney films were made in different eras, different times, and we celebrate them all for different reasons, but this one was made in 2013 and it's going to have a 2013 point of view."

Apparently, Disney is not at all perturbed as the attacks are not new. Swanson has repeatedly referred to Disney as "the most pro-gay organization" in the same radio show. Disney is still on course for all the "Frozen" projects, including a sequel and possible spin-offs planned for "Olaf the Snowman."

 

 

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