Remember when all those Right-wing nut-jobs suggested that the Disney hit movie Frozen had a gay agenda? Do you recall the Left castigated such conservatives as “outrageous, politically-charged” conspiracy theorists?

About that: There is now a growing movement to “#GiveElsaAGirlfriend” in the sequel, Frozen 2. Since, after all, “[m]any in the LGBT community view this movie as a metaphor for the experience of coming out and accepting who you are.”

Hmm. It looks like those “[a]nti-gay conspiracy theorists” were on to something…

According to The Huffington Post, a woman named Alexis Isabel is being credited for starting the #GiveElsaAGirlfriend hashtag. Isabel, a self-confessed feminist, was able to gain enough momentum to make the hashtag trend--or almost trend. Either way, the Left picked up on it and ran full-steam ahead.



Isabel even penned a piece for MTV—an abundantly Left-wing propaganda outlet—to advance her crusade.

“Many in the LGBT community view this movie as a metaphor for the experience of coming out and accepting who you are. Yet Elsa, the film’s protagonist, will probably end up with a male prince or king in the upcoming Frozen sequel. These thoughts soon drenched my mind and pushed me to tweet about how 'iconic' it would be if Frozen’s Elsa were cast alongside a princess instead,” wrote Isabel.

The feminist professes that she was “confused” until pop-culture—Katy Perry’s song “I Kissed a Girl”—showed her what it "meant" to be gay. Thus, we need more media to nudge “confused” kids into being gay, too. Or something.

""[G]iving young girls the chance to understand that a princess can love another princess the same way Cinderella loved her Prince Charming is vital to their development."

Alexis Isabel

“Growing up, I was really confused about who I was. A large part of me still is. I didn’t even knew what being gay meant until Katy Perry’s song 'I Kissed a Girl' became a hit and the conversation was forced on my family and friends,” she wrote. “The thought of a girl kissing a girl had seemed innocent to me — like two friends who were very close just being funny together.”

Isabel concludes that Elsa being a lesbian is vital, "[g]iving young girls the chance to understand that a princess can love another princess the same way Cinderella loved her Prince Charming is vital to their development. No one deserves to feel isolated and confused about who they are. All we need is someone to show us that there are other options, other kinds of princesses, and other ways to have the happy ending that you deserve.”

We look forward to Elsa’s transition into Elso in Frozen 3: The Transition, followed by Frozen 4: I'm Transitioning Back Because I'm Really A Woman With Gender Dysphoria.