Do all of you remember this post from Twitter of this guy and Jennifer Lee made one year and a half ago? I’m sure you do. Well, what I can say about it is that, now that Frozen 2 is officially confirmed, make more sense now. And it makes even more sense if you read this part from this interview made by MTV to Chris Buck:
“We have two very strong female leads in ’Frozen,” Buck said. “We will keep that going in the next one. We will tackle other issues that, I think, are out there today that boys and girls, men and women, are dealing with.”
“I think we’re very aware of what is happening in society,” he added. “I don’t think any of us take [them] lightly, even though they can be very funny and entertaining, the messages that our movies have and the influence they can have on young people. When the kids [watch] them, they watch them over and over again, and if we don’t have a decent message in there, I think we’ve missed an opportunity.”
Is Chris Buck referring to LGBT community? Reading some comments of this interview, it could be possible. The issues that boys, girls, men and women are dealing with, are the issues because of their homosexuality? The awareness of what is happening in society, is the marriage equality that is happening step by step all over the world (marriage equality in USA happened almost two months ago)? I really hope this. Frozen 2 will probably come out in 2018, there are other 3 years to come and there will certainly be some changes in them. Maybe other same-sex marriages in other countries, maybe more acceptance in the world. Let’s pray for the first queer Disney princess/queen to happen.
Marriage equality is kind of like the Hanukkah of LGBT+ rights. It’s important because everybody knows what it is so you can use it at the forefront of the movement, and it’s a happy holiday–but if you understand the Jewish religion you also know it’s not the most important holiday. It’s just the most well-known. Now two people of the same gender can get married, but they can still get kicked out of their apartment building for being married, which means there’s a hell of a lot of work to do.
OH MY GOD I am so incredibly overwhelmed and excited and happy and thankful that this has finally happened!!!! I am not a particularly patriotic person, but I feel like today I can finally be proud of my country. Because today, gay marriage must be recognized in all 50 United States of America.
My parents, after being together for 27 years, got married one year ago exactly,and this is the best anniversary present they never thought they’d get to see.