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Farmer Geddon

Who'd 'ave thunk it...

Catholics and Mormons agree:

Frozen is a gay propaganda movie.

"So, How Gay IS Disneyís Frozen?

Does Disneyís monster hit include the first same-sex couple in the studioís history?

by Steven D. Greydanus.

See also: How Christian is Disneyís Frozen? (Not very.) Part 1

So basically everyone loves Frozen except me. Iím fine with that. Iím not a fan, but I donít dislike it; parts of it I like very much, though other elements I found disappointing and off-putting. Iíve watched it twice now, and both times I enjoyed enough things about it to be frustrated by the elements that ultimately keep me from embracing it.

Iím not surprised that itís such a huge hit. I am a little surprised at the sustained effort of Christian fans to spin Frozen as some sort of Christian allegory (more on this in an upcoming post).

For now, though, I want to address something I noted in passing in my review: the question of gay-culture themes in Frozen."
http://www.ncregister.com/blog/st...anus/so-how-gay-is-disneys-frozen


"Frozen: Not Gonna "Let It Go" When Movie Advocates Gay Agenda.

The gay agenda to normalize homosexuality is woven into Disney's movie Frozen not just as an underlying message - it is the movie. In a liberal culture tenacious at normalizing immorality, stripping those of faith from their ability to speak out in opposition, this needs to be taken seriously. It's one thing that we've all donated to the cause by making Frozen a record-breaking hit at the box office (myself included), but that's as far it's going, for me, personally.

I wrote the main body of this post nearly three months ago, after I watched Frozen, with most of my grandchildren. Since then, I've had a few discussions with friends and family about the movie, prior to deciding to publish it, with little support for my findings. That, and watching Frozen receive more and more accolades, including many from trusted resources, and observing the ongoing rise in the movie's popularity, without significant challenge."
http://wellbehavedmormonwoman.blo...frozen-gay-homosexual-agenda.html
Lexilogio

Not seen it I'm afraid.
trentvoyager

Me neither - I can't get on with this new-fangled animation, so never watch them.

Hmmm....that's a bit depressing I realised that post sounded like something Floo would type.
Jim

Is Goofy in it?
Farmer Geddon

Oh no....  don't say Goofy is gay!!
Leonard James

Protesting about a movie which presents a view of life that differs from your own is a tad childish ... always providing said movie does not glamourise anti-social behaviour.
Leonard James

Farmer Geddon wrote:
Oh no.... †don't say Goofy is gay!!


Why would it matter, as long as he finds reciprocal love?  
Rose

Whatever next?
We'll have dogs and cats getting together next, that really†will upset Kitty Galore !



Julie
Leonard James

Rose wrote:
Whatever next?
We'll have dogs and cats getting together next, that really†will upset Kitty Galore !



Julie


Dogs, at times, try to mount cats ... though I don't know if they ever achieve it. My own dog has tried it, but now knows better than to try within my sight!  
Rose

Leonard James wrote:
Rose wrote:
Whatever next?
We'll have dogs and cats getting together next, that really†will upset Kitty Galore !



Julie


Dogs, at times, try to mount cats ... though I don't know if they ever achieve it. My own dog has tried it, but now knows better than to try within my sight! †


The breeder of our dog had a cat, and the puppies used to try and suckle from it, I don't think it was altogether keen on the idea, but had no fear of a houseful of german shepherds.

They can form very close relationships!

I know we used to have a Jack Russell when I was a child, and it hated cats until we got one and it got used to it.

They used to play together and sleep in the same basket, they even shared food.

But you do have to be careful when you introduce them as our last dog ( a golden retriever) who was really a big softy except when it came to prey, cornered and picked up the neighbours cat, in our garden and gave it a shake! He didn't bite it, but unfortunately it died of shock while being looked at by the vet!

Very upsetting for the neighbour!

We weren't very popular for a bit, but he was so quick, by the time I got there it was to late.

We have a neighbour now who has two long haired Siamese, that ignore the dog and have no fear, it has even come into the house while the dog is sleeping, so I shall have to watch the situation carefully, because I don't know what our 10 month old GSD would do.



Julie
Ketty

Jim wrote:
Is Goofy in it?


Leonard James

Rose wrote:
Leonard James wrote:
Rose wrote:
Whatever next?
We'll have dogs and cats getting together next, that really†will upset Kitty Galore !



Julie


Dogs, at times, try to mount cats ... though I don't know if they ever achieve it. My own dog has tried it, but now knows better than to try within my sight! †


The breeder of our dog had a cat, and the puppies used to try and suckle from it, I don't think it was altogether keen on the idea, but had no fear of a houseful of german shepherds.

They can form very close relationships!

I know we used to have a Jack Russell when I was a child, and it hated cats until we got one and it got used to it.

They used to play together and sleep in the same basket, they even shared food.

But you do have to be careful when you introduce them as our last dog ( a golden retriever) who was really a big softy except when it came to prey, cornered and picked up the neighbours cat, in our garden and gave it a shake! He didn't bite it, but unfortunately it died of shock while being looked at by the vet!

Very upsetting for the neighbour!

We weren't very popular for a bit, but he was so quick, by the time I got there it was to late.

We have a neighbour now who has two long haired Siamese, that ignore the dog and have no fear, it has even come into the house while the dog is sleeping, so I shall have to watch the situation carefully, because I don't know what our 10 month old GSD would do.



Julie


Yes, indeed! I think the only safe option is to introduce them slowly, with the dog totally restrained, until it lerans to accept the proximity of the cat without attacking it.

Our situation was easier. We already had the cat when the dog was introduced as a puppy, so it actually grew up with her ... and we now have the strange situation that the cat wants to be in the dog's company and groom it, but the dog is not so keen and does his best to keep out of her way.

It is quite touching to see her go and try to lie down with the dog and he immediately gets up and moves away, and she follows him crying for him to let her be with him.
Sebastian Toe

Two of our dogs are quite happy to groom both cats and the cats are happy to receive it.
The lazy little buggers don't reciprocate though!
Leonard James

Sebastian Toe wrote:
Two of our dogs are quite happy to groom both cats and the cats are happy to receive it.
The lazy little buggers don't reciprocate though!


How odd! Mine are the other way about. The cat is often licking the dog, but the dog seldom returns the compliment ... in fact he tries to avoid her if he can.
Powwow

Did you enjoy the movie Luci? What was your favorite part? Did it come off as gay to you? Was there gay pride parades and flags in it? Was the guy cartoon characters doing it? Or were they just walking around in their mothers dresses?
Farmer Geddon

Yes.

The moose trying to get the carrot.

No.

No.

No.

No.

Download, or stream the movie here, so you can make up yer own mind:

http://www.movie4k.to/Frozen-watch-movie-5171442.html.
Powwow

Homey don't do cartoons!
Farmer Geddon

but you is 1?
Farmer Geddon

Watch the movie before you make any judgment on it...  then come back and give us your informed opinion....
Farmer Geddon

Ketty wrote:
Jim wrote:
Is Goofy in it?




It must be comforting to be less intelligent than your avatar.. in fact it suits you, its what you aspire to be..
Shaker

Insulting the intelligence of others doesn't really work tremendously well when you can't punctuate properly.
Farmer Geddon



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