Umm, this is NOT what we were expecting from TLC.
Check out the official statement (below)!
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We are just at a loss, and we will not let it go.
Blogger and Mormon grandmother, Kathryn Skaggs, wrote a lengthy post on her A Well-Behaved Mormon Woman blog claiming that Disney's Frozen has a homosexual agenda.
You read that right.
"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 making Frozen a record-breaking hit at the box office (myself included), but that's as far it's going, for me, personally.
I wrote the main body of this post nearly three months ago, after I watched Frozen, with most of my grandchildren. Since then, I've had a few discussions with friends and family about the movie, prior to deciding to publish it, with little support for my findings. That, and watching Frozen receive more and more accolades, including many from trusted resources, and observing the ongoing rise in the movie's popularity, without significant challenge."
Okay, let's put aside the fact that were the movie to have a pro-equality message, it'd still be AH-Mazing! But it doesn't at all. The movie is about two sisters mending a broken relationship at its core.
This woman claims that "a homosexual agenda…is the actual story." Except Elsa and Anna aren't gay. They're sisters. Sisters can't love each other in film now without a hidden message? What "actual story" did she witness that we didn't?
Rather than, you know, trying to prove her point by letting us all in on which parts of the movie are being pro-equality, she goes on to say that the film "wraps up the false doctrine perpetuated throughout the film."
Which, bottom line, means that she thinks that the examples are there, except conveniently, she can't tell you what they are. They're so hidden, they can't be unhid!
Not one example. She literally has no evidence to prove her point, but apparently we are supposed to take her word for it.
Also, this woman reportedly saw Frozen three times and enjoyed it every single time! We think she doth protest too much for someone who seems to have gone back for seconds and thirds of this Disney favorite.
All in all, maybe it's a good thing she saw this message beneath it all. Love is love wherever you go.