As has been well chronicled on The Hollywood Gossip, scarcely anyone out there can let Frozen go, as covers of songs from this animated smash continue to go viral.
But Steve Doocy led a discussion on Fox & Friends yesterday regarding this Disney movie that focused on a very different Frozen topic: Is it sexist?
"From what we've seen, it looks like Frozen depicts men as evil and cold and bumblers," Doocy said to Concerned Women for America president Penny Nance. "What kind of message does that send?"
Nance, a Christian women's advocacy group leader, agreed with Doocy's sentiments.
"It's not just Disney," Nance said. "Hollywood in general has often sent a message that men are superfluous, that they're stupid, that they're in the way and if they contribute anything to the family, it's a paycheck. And that is not true, and it is not good social science."
It's about time someone focused on the plight of men in this country, don't you think?!?
Doocy and Nance agree that Princess Elsa (Celebrity of 2014 #6!) is a positive role model for young women... but won't someone consider the young men?!?
"We want to raise heroes," Nance argues. "We want to raise real men. That will stick in their families and be great dads and be great providers and great husbands."
Seriously, Hollywood. Get it together and make a superhero film that features a male lead, will ya?!?