• 'Frozen' fans start campaign to #GiveElsaAGirfriend

    By: Cox Media Group National Content Desk


    "Frozen" is still everywhere - little girls dressed as Anna and Elsa, a new land at Epcot and hours-long waits to meet women dressed as the heroines from the highest-grossing animated film of all time. 

    Why wouldn't there be a sequel from Disney's cash cow?

    The original movie broke the normal story line when it wasn't the guy who saved the princess from certain death, but rather a sister saved a sister as the act of true love.

    The next installment of the movie series is in production, and now there's a push to make it more LGBT friendly, People has reported.

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    A campaign on Twitter over the weekend called #GiveElsaAGirlfriend has been gaining steam to have the movie's writers make Elsa a role model for LGBT children, Time reported.

    Alexis Moncada, writing for MTV, explained that "I want young girls to understand that a princess can love another princess."

    The campaign has started a discussion on Twitter with both sides of the argument posting to social media.


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