By now, many of you have surely seen this blog post, written by a Mormon grandmother, thoroughly detailing all the many ways that Disney’s Frozen is trying to force everybody to accept homosexuality. If you haven’t read it yet, the jist of it is this: Every second of Frozen is absolutely saturated with Disney’s pro-gay agenda.
While this controversial blog has come as a shock to many people, the only thing I find surprising is that anybody thinks this is something new! For years, Disney has filled its movies with these pro-homosexual (or, “promosexual”) themes and messages. They are trying to turn you gay and ruin your marriage. They are trying to turn your kids gay, because they don’t want you to have any grandchildren. Disney is decidedly anti-family, and they spread their influence under the guise of family-friendly children’s movies. They are the perfect example of a wolf in sheep’s clothing (do sheep wear clothing?) and they always have been. For your consideration, I present the following examples:
-Rapunzel, the main protagonist, just can’t wait to come out of her tower (which represents the figurative “closet” of homosexuality) but is forced to stay there by her evil “mother” (society as a whole).
-The playful relationship between Flynn and Maximus (the male police horse) crosses the lines of good taste for a number of reasons.
-Magic glowing hair? A little too fabulous if you ask me.
Lion King (1994)
-The musical sequence for “I Just Can’t Wait to be King” alone features gay hippos, gay ostriches, gay zebras, gay elephants, gay giraffes, gay monkeys, gay crocodiles, gay anteaters, and a gay rhino.
-The King’s majordomo, Zazu (Swahili for “rainbow” or something, probably) is quite overtly gay. At one point, he even sings a sad song about how “nobody knows the troubles [he has] seen [as a homosexual bird in the African savanna], nobody knows [his] sorrow.” When prompted to sing something more upbeat, he first tries to sing about how “It’s a small world” (a reference to the limited options of a homosexual bird in the African savanna), then the next thing that comes to his mind is quite possibly the gayest song ever written.
–The Genie couldn’t possibly be a more obvious representation of a flamboyant homosexual.
-Once again, the theme of coming out is thrown in our faces. This time, the Genie just can’t wait to come out of his lamp/the closet.
-The Sultan and Jafar, the only portrayals of heterosexual men, are presented as a bumbling idiot and pure evil, respectively. This is unmistakably an effort on Disney’s part to make us all feel silly about being straight.
Peter Pan (1953):
-Peter assembles a group of lost boys (not a dame in sight) then proceeds to prance around in tights. Tights that leave nothing to the imagination.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarves (1937):
-Disney’s first full-length film features seven flamboyant men with rosy cheeks who all live together, love to sing and whistle, and who, for reasons unbeknown even to themselves, are compelled to mine pretty jewels all day… How did we not see this from the beginning?
Other Noteworthy Examples:
-Don’t think Pixar is exempt from this either! Swap the gender of either Woody or Buzz Lightyear, and Toy Story is a romantic comedy.
-Don’t be fooled by the feminine-sounding voice and typically female name, EVE from WALL-E is a dude-bot.
As you can see, this is nothing new. Due to society’s refusal to see Disney as anything but innocent, magical, family-friendly entertainment, and also the widespread ignorance to their brainwashing techniques, entire generations who were raised on Disney movies are turning out gay. I watched my fair share of Disney’s “promosexual” propaganda in my formative years, and because of this I grew up and became the gay man I am today. It should also come as no surprise that my wife, who was raised on Disney movies, is gay as well. As a matter of fact, just last week we took our two-year-old son to see his first movie in a theater, and we made the mistake of choosing Disney’s latest homosexual-recruitment film, Frozen. When he turns out gay, we’ll know why.