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This woman has gone to extreme lengths to prove Frozen has a 'Gay Agenda'

She’s not concealing her feelings when it comes to the smash hit Disney movie.

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EVERY NOW AND then a film causes controversy but one American woman has taken issue with the most unlikely of movies: Disney’s Frozen.

In a post on her blog - A Well-Behaved Mormon Woman - Kathryn Skaggs argues that the film has a “gay agenda to normalize homosexuality”.

She says she had her reservations about Frozen when she originally saw it, but felt compelled to share her concerns about its “rebellious” message in light of its continued success.

If you are seriously clueless as to what I’m talking about then it is imperative, particularly for morally minded parents, that you read this post and open your eyes to the homosexual agenda, and the principles advanced to promote it, that under-gird Frozen, which is why it was written for Broadway and will indubitably be a hit – mark my words!

Skaggs breaks the film – which tells the tale of a young who can’t control her icy powers and the sister who wants to save her – down scene by scene, in order to reveal what she perceives to be the ‘gay messaging’ hidden within:

Elsa has a great power that she has been taught by her parents from the time she was a child, is not publicly acceptable and that she must fear its expression, at all cost, thus hide it from people, even her own sister who could be hurt by it – even killed. Shame is at the core of Elsa’s feelings about her magical powers: same-sex attraction.

And when she’s finished highlighting the film’s ‘issues’, the blogger turns her attention to its theme tune Let It Go.

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She argues that the song is only one from a soundtrack that is “intended to indoctrinate your children and/or grandchildren, contrary to faith-based teachings.”

The words to “Let it Go” are clearly not Christian-values friendly, by any stretch of the imagination, when understood and heard. This is not an innocent song, with a catchy tune. It is rebellious. It mocks moral absolutes. It is careless. It is unaccountable. It is anti-obedience. It is regardless. It is selfish. And if you still disagree, then by all means, feel free to show me how I’ve misinterpreted the lyrics.

Despite her issues with Frozen, Skaggs claims that she is not “anti-gay”, nor does she want to force her views on anyone.

I have no problem with those who find the homosexual messaging good, or important for society, from their perspective. However, I’m not okay that too many parents, who would not normally support the normalization of homosexual behaviour, seem to be completely blind to its advocacy throughout a children’s movie, and are in fact gushing over Frozen.

We’re still not quite sure exactly what it is about the film (which she has seen three times) that’s pushed her to such extremes, but you can read her full blog post here and decide for yourselves.

This isn’t the first time Disney has been in the firing line this year. The company’s decision to introduce the first same-sex couple on a Disney Channel show in January was also met with criticism online.

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