Conceal don’t feel, don’t let them know/Well now they know/Let it go, let it go/Can’t hold it back anymore.
When Queen Elsa sang these words in Frozen, she may have been belting out lyrics about her super scary ice powers...
... or she may have been coming out of the closet as a lesbian.
There are movie goers who believe the latter, and who have been pushing for Disney to give Elsa a girlfriend in the upcoming Frozen sequel.
Might this actually happen?
Writer and co-director Jennifer Lee has chimed in on these rumors, which has prompted quite the outcry on Twitter.
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Is Elsa Actually Gay?!?
Lee won't say, but she's aware of the chatter and told The Huffington Post the following: "Where we’re going with it, we have tons of conversations about it, and we’re really conscientious about these things. For me ... Elsa’s every day telling me where she needs to go, and she’ll continue to tell us. I always write from character-out, and where Elsa is and what Elsa’s doing in her life, she’s telling me every day. We’ll see where we go."
Long before Lee even made this comment, there was a viral movement to give Elsa a girlfriend in Frozen 2. This is one strong reason why.
Fire and Ice?
See, some fans have a very clear idea of exactly how they want this same-sex hookup to go.
On the Other, Less Tolerant Hand...
... some folks out there are simply NOT having this idea. They've made some pretty strong statements against it.
Well, on This Hand...
... and on THAT hand. As you can see, the possibility of a lesbian Elsa has many parents very confused how to react.
Do It, Disney!
Thankfully, many parents out there believe this move would serve as inspiration to many young people out there, those who are struggling with certain LGBT-related questions.
This is a strong argument, really. Many people loved Frozen because the "true love" angle centered on two sisters, NOT on Elsa and a significant other.
Can't Kids Just Be Kids?
This is similar to the previous argument, but it does sound a little anti-gay, no matter what the person wants you to believe.
Here's an Idea:
Yes to the LGBT storyline, just no to forcing it upon Elsa in Frozen. What do you thuink of that argument?
Love is Love is Love is Love
Really, this doesn't need to be complicated.
Whether you are for or against this idea, you need not worry: it will not happen, this person thinks. And she's here to explain why.
Can We Focus, People?!?
Forget Elsa's sexuality. What song is she about to get stuck in our heads for the next decade or so?
When is the Sequel Actually Coming Out?
Disney has announced that Frozen 2 is coming to theaters in November of 2019. Prepare, parents. For whether Elsa is gay or straight? Eh, maybe. But more so to go see it approximately 17 times in a week.