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(Topless Robot)   Since "Frozen" is one of the few Disney movies where a Princess isn't fawning over the first thing she sees with a dick, it's obvious that she's a lesbian. Really   (toplessrobot.com ) divider line 172
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2014-02-01 08:47:08 PM  

Dalrint: If you were really going to spend the time to argue about Elsa's sexuality...because that is a thing we are doing, apparently...given that she expresses no interest in anyone, and can't touch people without presumably freezing them to death, wouldn't she be disney's first asexual princess?


See I took it as a completely different metaphor, about a girl who is forced to repress her feminine power by her parents, until she can't repress it any more and awakens sexually with a vengeance when she first masturbates, letting her hair down and dressing sexier. Unfortunately, she takes it a little too far and her sister gets heartbroken because of her actions, but in the end the two reconcile after Anna's boyfriend turns out to be a jerk and Elsa learns to better control her sexual power instead of letting it get out of control.
 
2014-02-01 08:53:30 PM  

Strolpol: Really liked the film. It's "gay" in exactly the same way Spider-Man or X-Men are: as a metaphor for having to hide part of yourself or risk persecution.

/possibly the best "prince" they've done, too


but Spider-Man does dance around in a gay, gay way.
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2014-02-01 08:58:13 PM  
One of the main problems with Disney characters -- male and female -- is that they have giant heads and eyes.

Obviously all of them are autistic.
 
2014-02-01 09:00:16 PM  
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2014-02-01 09:01:18 PM  
Only thing I didn't like about Frozen was the snowman. Just found him to annoying.
 
2014-02-01 09:03:10 PM  

Doctor Funkenstein: Who the fark goes to a Disney movie and leaves disappointed because of the lack of cock?


Depends.  They show Disney movies in the Dominican Republic?
 
2014-02-01 09:03:34 PM  

texdent: Only thing I didn't like about Frozen was the snowman. Just found him to annoying.


Olaf was one of the best sidekicks in a long time!

/Innnn Suummmmmerrrrr!
//I'm gonna tell him
///Don't you dare!
 
2014-02-01 09:04:16 PM  

texdent: Only thing I didn't like about Frozen was the snowman. Just found him to annoying.




Not a fan of warm hugs?
 
2014-02-01 09:06:09 PM  

HotIgneous Intruder: One of the main problems with Disney characters -- male and female -- is that they have giant heads and eyes.



Once you reason all the women's eyes are twice as wide as their wrists, and all the men's eyes are half the size of their wrists, it's difficult to concentrate on anything else.

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2014-02-01 09:06:09 PM  

maelstrom0370: texdent: Only thing I didn't like about Frozen was the snowman. Just found him to annoying.

Olaf was one of the best sidekicks in a long time!

/Innnn Suummmmmerrrrr!
//I'm gonna tell him
///Don't you dare!


Yeah, that song just took me out of the movie.
 
2014-02-01 09:07:23 PM  

texdent: Only thing I didn't like about Frozen was the snowman. Just found him to annoying.



I think it was mainly his design.... it was radically out of place with the general art style.
 
2014-02-01 09:09:11 PM  
FTA:

Krustofsky: I took my kids to see it twice. Good movie. Wish I hadn't downloaded the soundtrack onto their iPad, though.

Understood. I bought it from Amazon. Now I get... Mommy can we listen to FROZEN??? But at least I make them listen to the classical parts as well.

Let it go... let it go....

Daughter played it about 20 times today, and has done so for about the past 3 weeks.

FTA: "Let it Go," is pretty much the gay kid's coming out anthem for a generation. Seriously, expect a whole gaggle of musical theater kids to belt this number out in audition after audition and show choir presentation after show choir presentation...for like, the next 30 years. So really, start getting used to this one.


My 12 and 6 yo daughters both have the soundtrack and it got to one point recently where different tracks were playing at the same time in three different rooms - headphones became mandatory PDQ.  Now the 6 yo's ballet class is using it for their recital.   So it's not just gay kids (not sure if my kids are gay at this point, NTTAWWT), but the girls are going to be hanging their hats on this one for a while, too.
 
2014-02-01 09:11:18 PM  
Like someone said previously, I was thinking more of mental illness, but it really could work as a metaphor for any kind of misunderstood/little-known condition. I did like that it's clear that Elsa's parents love her -- they're not horrible abusive parents or anything -- but they have no idea how to contend with her condition, and in trying to help her conceal they just end up making it worse. A story that happens quite often in real life. But yeah, "she's not married at age 18 or 21 or whatever coming-of-age in that world is means she's a lesbian" is kind of a stretch. Also, Merida didn't end up with any guy in view either -- weren't there a couple of articles speculating that she was a lesbian as well? I'm not sure that "Unattached Female = Gay" is quite the sort of progress that we need.
 
2014-02-01 09:13:05 PM  
Saw Frozen back in December with my nieces.

I found Elsa surprisingly hot for an animated character.
 
2014-02-01 09:15:45 PM  
I'm not sure how the mentally-ill metaphor would work: if you embrace your depression and let it remake your life, it's totally awesome? Isn't mental illness generally, you know, a thing people want to combat and overcome, not surrender to and realise they shouldn't have been concerned in the first place?
 
2014-02-01 09:16:02 PM  
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2014-02-01 09:17:08 PM  

DamnYankees: Frozen was awesome. One of my top movies of 2013.

That is all.


And I thought I was the only one.
 
2014-02-01 09:21:38 PM  

bbfreak: Or maybe she's bi? Who the fark cares? It was a good movie with a good message for little girls. Can't anyone enjoy a move anymore without analyzing the shiat out of it?


I analyzed Tangled so much, I had enough shiat to make a Congress.

/No you shouldn't.
//I freaking love that movie, though.
 
2014-02-01 09:25:20 PM  

cmunic8r99: DamnYankees: Frozen was awesome. One of my top movies of 2013.

That is all.

And I thought I was the only one.


This that and these.
 
2014-02-01 09:26:30 PM  
I just saw this for the first time today. Amazing show, and I loved the message that girls don't need a man to save them.

Will be buying this on Blu-ray when it becomes available. Will share this movie with my daughter when she's old enough to enjoy and appreciate it.

I'm not so sure about everything advanced in TFA, but dude doesn't lie when he says it's the best Disney movie since the Lion King (Pixar being a separate entity).
 
2014-02-01 09:28:19 PM  
"Let It Go" is not a gay anthem. It's a poor man's "Defying Gravity."
 
2014-02-01 09:31:17 PM  
It didn't help that the same singer sang both song.
 
2014-02-01 09:31:25 PM  

gnosis301: "Let It Go" is not a gay anthem. It's a poor man's "Defying Gravity."


So one's for rich gay men and one's for poor gay men?
 
2014-02-01 09:31:53 PM  

Ed Grubermann: [img.fark.net image 721x729]


Ewww. Dude, they're SISTERS.

/I guess that just makes it hotter for some.
//rule 34 sometimes just makes me wonder what the fark is wrong with people
 
2014-02-01 09:35:44 PM  
FFS, some people have to read ridiculous shiat into everything.

I've taken my daughter to see the movie 3 times.  She owns 4 different Elsa dolls and various toys.  She is having a "Frozen" themed birthday party next weekend, and she begs me to listen to the soundtrack over and over again.

And you know what?  I actually don't mind for once.  I thought that the movie was great and it's nice to see that Disney finally released a movie where it was something other than 'boy saves girl'.
 
2014-02-01 09:35:59 PM  

Jack_Knopf: I'm a football loving, gun shooting, trim hammering male.  I took my daughter to see this movie when it came out because, well, that's what my princess wanted.  After "Let it go" I was clapping like a 10 year old girl and by the end I was full on jazz hands.

/yes, I LOVE this movie
//"The cold never bothered me anyway..."
///I still like football, guns, and trim daggummit!


www.clublexus.com

/I keed I keed
//enjoyed the film and the songs too
 
2014-02-01 09:37:37 PM  
I'd imagine the life of the person who wrote that article is like this:

estilofemenino.com

"I see gay people."
 
2014-02-01 09:38:41 PM  

bborchar: FFS, some people have to read ridiculous shiat into everything.


I'm not sure shot-to-man's-family-clearly-shows-he-has-a-male-partner-and-kids is exactly "reading something into it", it's the actual text.
 
2014-02-01 09:39:45 PM  

FirstNationalBastard: Marcus Aurelius: You calling Bambi a whore, subby?

Because Bambi was a whore.

Being named "Bambi" almost guarantees a life of whoredom.

You've never seen a Nuclear physicist, or a brain surgeon named "Bambi" have you?

I rest my case.


I've seen an entomologist named Bambi -- on X-Files, season 3 episode called "War of the Coprophages" (shiateaters) about robotic cockroaches from outer-space (maybe). Scully sure thought she was a whore.
 
2014-02-01 09:39:58 PM  
That article's attempt to make that movie gay is a bigger stretch than the author's anus. Not everything is a gay allegory, guys.
 
2014-02-01 09:50:28 PM  

Ed Grubermann: [img.fark.net image 721x729]


How long has frozen been out? This might be the slowest R34 release in the past 10 years' worth of Internet for me.
 
2014-02-01 09:50:28 PM  

Bungles: bborchar: FFS, some people have to read ridiculous shiat into everything.

I'm not sure shot-to-man's-family-clearly-shows-he-has-a-male-partner-and-kids is exactly "reading something into it", it's the actual text.


...I never said it didn't?  That was clearly shown and isn't 'reading anything into anything'.

It's the rest of the crap that the author is clearly reaching on that bothers me.
 
2014-02-01 09:51:37 PM  

darkjezter: Saw Frozen back in December with my nieces.

I found Elsa surprisingly hot for an animated character.


Both have nice racks
 
2014-02-01 09:52:29 PM  

vicioushobbit: I analyzed Tangled so much, I had enough shiat to make a Congress.


I couldn't finish Tangled. But, I hate musicals.
 
2014-02-01 09:54:09 PM  
I work with a guy who says there's a gay agenda book out there and if you pay attention things are happening that fall in line with the book. I can't wait to ask him about how the movie works into the big gay rights scheme
 
2014-02-01 09:55:00 PM  
Another straight guy here who loves Frozen.

This article is dumb for all the reasons people say.  The reason writers see "ZOMG subtext" in every single movie is just because there's a natural overlap between the emotional struggles of gay people and the emotional struggles of "the outsider" that are emedded in our ways of storytelling.  If Star Wars came out today, they'd be writing about how Luke is in the closet and "becoming a Jedi" is code for coming out, instead of, say, code for leaving your small-town family and becoming a Buddhist hippie who didn't like the war in Vietnam.

How would you craft a heroic narrative that was so totally straight that no writer in blogdom could ever see gay subtext?  Make it about a manly guy who fights off a bunch of invaders and marries the hot chick and builds a cabin and starts making babies?  That would be really boring.
 
2014-02-01 10:05:46 PM  

vicioushobbit: bbfreak: Or maybe she's bi? Who the fark cares? It was a good movie with a good message for little girls. Can't anyone enjoy a move anymore without analyzing the shiat out of it?

I analyzed Tangled so much, I had enough shiat to make a Congress.

/No you shouldn't.
//I freaking love that movie, though.


tangled was fantastic as well. Just total fun, it was in my top 5 of 2011 I think.
 
2014-02-01 10:06:36 PM  
I've never seen a Disney animated movie, Pixar or otherwise, ever (I've been told I saw Pinocchio and the Fox and the Hound but I don't remember). I grew up on Jaws, Star Wars, Alien, Raiders, etc. However, I get the gist of them and for all the feminist whining about the princess needing the prince, isn't the prince equally enslaved with pussy? I mean he has to jump through hoops and slay the dragon or whatever just for a piece of ass without really knowing if they are compatible as a couple.

The seven dwarves helped out Snow White. Would it have killed her to let them run a train on her just once? No, because they didn't meet the standard of the handsome prince.  As usual, the woman truly holds the power.
 
2014-02-01 10:07:20 PM  

Ed Grubermann: [img.fark.net image 721x729]


there Is a ton of Frozen rule 34, if you're into that sort of thing.

/my friend told me
 
2014-02-01 10:07:25 PM  
Ok, I didn't read the article OR the thread, but she DID fawn all over the first thing she sees with a dick !!

In fact, she fawned over the first TWO!

In fact she was trying to get to the guy in the end.  It just so happened she was wrong!
 
2014-02-01 10:10:03 PM  

Ed Grubermann: vicioushobbit: I analyzed Tangled so much, I had enough shiat to make a Congress.

I couldn't finish Tangled. But, I hate musicals.


I agree; every time they start to get interesting some jerk starts singing
 
2014-02-01 10:10:35 PM  

buntz: Ok, I didn't read the article OR the thread, but she DID fawn all over the first thing she sees with a dick !!

In fact, she fawned over the first TWO!

In fact she was trying to get to the guy in the end.  It just so happened she was wrong!




Two different "she's".
 
2014-02-01 10:13:46 PM  

DamnYankees: Two different "she's".


Yeah, I just went back and read the article...and the thread.  That'll learn me.

Having said that the only thing I didn't like about Frozen was the snowman.  It was like some stupid old, producer watched the rough draft and said "yeeeeeah, ....... it's.....oooooo....kkk,. I guess.  But could we, I don't know, add a talking snowman or something??"

Totally shoehorned in yet advertised to believe it was ALL about him and the reindeer/elk/whatever!
 
2014-02-01 10:15:12 PM  
Tarantino: You want subversion on a massive level. You know what one of the greatest farking scripts ever written in the history of Hollywood is? Top Gun.

Duane: Oh, come on.

Tarantino: Top Gun is farking great. What is Top Gun? You think it's a story about a bunch of fighter pilots.

Duane: It's about a bunch of guys waving their dicks around.

Tarantino: : It is a story about a man's struggle with his own homosexuality. It is! That is what Top Gun is about, man. You've got Maverick, all right? He's on the edge, man. He's right on the farking line, all right? And you've got Iceman, and all his crew. They're gay, they represent the gay man, all right? And they're saying, go, go the gay way, go the gay way. He could go both ways.

Duane: What about Kelly McGillis?

Tarantino: Kelly McGillis, she's heterosexuality. She's saying: no, no, no, no, no, no, go the normal way, play by the rules, go the normal way.  They're saying no, go the gay way, be the gay way, go for the gay way, all right? That is what's going on throughout that whole movie...

He goes to her house, all right? It looks like they're going to have sex, you know, they're just kind of sitting back, he's takin' a shower and everything. They don't have sex. He gets on the motorcycle, drives away. She's like, "What the fark, what the fark is going on here?"

 Next scene, next scene you see her, she's in the elevator, she is dressed like a guy. She's got the cap on, she's got the aviator glasses, she's wearing the same jacket that the Iceman wears. She is, okay, this is how I gotta get this guy, this guy's going towards the gay way, I gotta bring him back, I gotta bring him back from the gay way, so I'll do that through subterfuge, I'm gonna dress like a man. All right? That is how she approaches it.

 All right, but the REAL ending of the movie is when they fight the MIGs at the end, all right? Because he has passed over into the gay way. They are this gay fighting farking force, all right? And they're beating the Russians, the gays are beating the Russians. And it's over, and they farking land, and Iceman's been trying to get Maverick the entire time, and finally, he's got him, all right? And what is the last farking line that they have together? They're all hugging and kissing and happy with each other, and Ice comes up to Maverick, and he says, "Man, you can ride my tail, anytime!" And what does Maverick say? "You can ride mine!" Swordfight! Swordfight! farkin' A, man!



....actually he might have a point with that one
 
2014-02-01 10:17:22 PM  

buntz: DamnYankees: Two different "she's".

Yeah, I just went back and read the article...and the thread.  That'll learn me.

Having said that the only thing I didn't like about Frozen was the snowman.  It was like some stupid old, producer watched the rough draft and said "yeeeeeah, ....... it's.....oooooo....kkk,. I guess.  But could we, I don't know, add a talking snowman or something??"

Totally shoehorned in yet advertised to believe it was ALL about him and the reindeer/elk/whatever!


I agree that seems like the most likely behind-the-scenes explanation, but I thought it was genuinely funny.

Also, the arrested development references were great and gave me trust in the comedy instincts of the writers.
 
2014-02-01 10:22:23 PM  
Lilo and stitch didn't have a prince.
 
2014-02-01 10:24:05 PM  
Whatever, Frozen was pretty entertaining. More so than I thought it would be.

Olaf and Sven were my favorite characters.

I'll say that I like the direction that Disney's movies has been taking lately with strong female characters starting with Princess and the Frog.

/has two girls, 7 & 3
 
2014-02-01 10:30:40 PM  

orezona: I'll say that I like the direction that Disney's movies has been taking lately with strong female characters starting with Princess and the Frog.


If you'd been to a Disney theme park recently and seen the number of kids in what are presumably quite pricey princess costumes, you'd recognize the shrewd business model.

/now that they own Star Wars if I see kids in slave Leia outfits, I'm out
 
2014-02-01 10:30:46 PM  
Having just watched the movie, the only thing keeping it from the top pantheon of classic Disney is the songs. They blew their song load really early with Do you Want to Build a Snowman, For the First Time in Forever, and Let it Go. The later songs are crap since they used up all their showstoppers in the first third of the movie. Really, we're going to stop singing with Fixer Upper? Throw Idina Menzel back in there to channel Elphaba some more.

Other than that, it's the best Disney movie in a long while.
 
2014-02-01 10:33:08 PM  
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