One of my gay friends always thought that Wicked was written for him and people just like him. If they decide to make her lesbian, it may or may not reinforce the stereotype that female characters who don't have male love interests in a first film, in this case are homosexual. It's not a bad thing at all. Emilie de Baevin wrote: If Disney wants to give her a girlfriend instead of a boyfriend then they should. Also of note about the current script is that it seems to flashback quite a bit.
I second the idea that Elsa is the generic character-with-the-secret, who's supposed to resonate with a variety of outcast kids, but not necessarily be gay or anything else in particular besides the surface narrative of occasionally accidentally freezing people. Pearson points to a time in the mid-1990s when a rumour spread that in The Little Mermaid there was a suggestive bulge in the pants of the man officiating the wedding of Princess Ariel. The 2012 cartoon, nominated for the best animated feature Oscar, included a scene in which the character voiced by Anna Kendrick asks a bulky bro named Mitch on a date. And that was important to me. And while the first movie focused on Anna and her love life, fans want to see Elsa fall in love in the sequel. Is Elsa Gay or Bi? If Elsa is gay in the sequel, she's going to encourage kids to be gay. And too often, people assume that because they make such connections, then by all means, yes, those conjured hidden and deeper meanings of characters are true.
They've been seen as threats but don't want to be. Frozen 2 will feature the same characters we fell in love with from the first film. Disney has featured gay characters in other films Le Fou on Beauty and the Beast, for example. YoM1n4 wrote: If Elsa is gay in the sequel, she's going to encourage kids to be gay. You obviously didn't learn about it as a child. YoM1n4 wrote: If Elsa is gay in the sequel, she's going to encourage kids to be gay.
In August 2018, Disney announced that This Is Us star Sterling K. Disney's just gotta contend with that. This time we might get to see her fun part and reportedly her female love interest as well. I'll let them figure that out. Why try to keep children shielded from homosexuality? If parents think it'll be awkward to explain, it's really not. Make a direct contribution today.
According to , it's highly likely she won't. Just because a minority was treated badly in the past- be it 5 or 5,000 years ago- by Europeans does not mean we are supposed to treat them extra special. If fact, they claim, based off of her views in Frozen, she is already a lesbian and now only needs a girlfriend. How on earth does she know what her orientation is if she never really met anybody? However, there is still one question about the plot that has people talking, and it has to do with Elsa's sexuality. She doesn't have to have a love interest. Nothing that isn't the main point of a story is very unlikely to affect you.
They might reveal how Elsa got the strange magical powers to turn everything into ice. If two legal, consenting adults of the same sex want to be together, that's not hurting anyone at all. Why can't two people of the same sex love each other the same as two people of the opposite sex? So, I'm afraid it's just not going to happen. But that was played very gently. Not too many details about Frozen 2 have been released at this time. YoM1n4 wrote: If Elsa is gay in the sequel, she's going to encourage kids to be gay. Note however that there is a character in the movie who's almost certainly intended to be gay, and, refreshingly, not at all tortured about it: Oaken the storekeeper.
It is their right, and people shouldn't be trying to take that away from them, shielding it from others or oppressing them for that. That would just be immoral. Girls can love beats and ogres in Disney films, so why not each other? It was a major money making force for the Disney so expecting the sequel was a no-brainer. It's not a bad thing at all. If they decide to make her lesbian, it may or may not reinforce the stereotype that female characters who don't have male love interests in a first film, in this case are homosexual. Frozen became an instant hit for Disney following its 2013 debut. Now, only time will tell if Disney adds another openly gay character to their collection.
In point of fact, I find that my alleged disease makes me much more critical than Homo Sapiens Sapiens. Yeah, I don't think that's gonna fly. It will give you some patience to wait for the sequel to hit the floor. However, the headline was false. How do you think it used to get done, back in the paleolithic age? Mostly we just see her running, fleeing, hiding and throwing ice around. The answer, available to sharp-eyed movie fans, comes in the closing credits: Bucky and Pronk share a last name, Oryx-Antlerson.
What if someone were to encourage kids to use high-level profanity in their life? What does sexuality have to do with emotion? Why try to keep children shielded from homosexuality? Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, and Josh Gad are reprising their roles. Children are very well accepting and it's their bigoted parents who brainwash them not to be. Because we do not see her show any romantic interest in any character of the same sex. At the time of this writing, nothing has been released about that alleged character, but Revenge of the Fans theorized that Westworld star Evan Rachel Wood may voice her, as the openly bisexual actress officially joined the movie's cast in July 2018. Why are people so hung up on sexuality? Bucky and Pronk are both antelopes and both men, who live together and bicker like a married couple. I say, keep her sexuality ambiguous. .