Conservative Radio Hosts Accuse Disney's 'Frozen' of Homosexuality and Beastiality

There are lots of things to be scared about if you're a conservative in 2014: gay people are getting married, people are legally buying weed, and everyone is always trying to take away your guns. But the thing that conservatives are scared of the most? A Disney princess movie. An animated movie. With singing. For children. Why? Because it promotes a message of acceptance. Also because animals and people cannot be just friends. At least, that's what Kevin Swanson and Steve Vaughn got out of the movie Frozen , although neither one has actually seen it. But on their radio talk show Generations Radio, they still managed to accuse it of having a "pro-homosexual" agenda and said the film promotes beastialty.

Swanson and Vaughn used articles by the National Catholic Register and PolicyMic to deduce that Elsa is born "different", has no male suitors, and ultimately comes to accept herself. Also, one time, a male character says "Hi family!" to another male character and some children. Oh, and Kristoff just seems a little too close with that reindeer, if you know what I mean. So, obviously, this film has a secret agenda of homosexuality and beastiality. Just listen to Swanson's sound reasoning:

"I'm not a tinfoil hat conspiratorialist, but you wonder sometimes if maybe there's something very evil happening here. If I was the devil, what would I do to really foul up an entire social system and do something really, really, really evil to 5- and 6- and 7-year-olds in Christian families around America? … I would buy Disney. If I was the devil, I would buy Disney in 1984, that's what I would have done."

So, what you're saying is you're not a tinfoil hat conspiratorialist...but you're a tinfoil hat conspiratorialist. Got it.

Regardless of the message, people are not going to be brainwashed into becoming gay by a children's movie. And just because someone talks to an animal and hangs out with it all the time does not mean anything weird is going on (my cat is just more supportive than most people, okay?). If a few people who are doing something you don't like get a message of self-acceptance out of a movie, that's nothing compared to the tons of kids who feel excluded, weird, or different for some other reason getting the same positive message from a movie. And regardless of race, gender, sexuality, or anything else, everyone deserves to be told that...even if it's just by an evil Satan corporation.