A Gay Dad Takes on the Frozen-Hating Mormon Grandmother

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This is a wonderful response. Gay people have kids too and their family should be as much respected as the traditional “nuclear” family.

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ImageLast week a self defined Mormon grandmother named Kathryn Skaggs wrote a blog in an effort to alert the world that the movie Frozen was targeting children with a “gay agenda”.  In a sense, she was not alone in seeing “something gay”.  Many gay bloggers reviewed it with the thrill that it captured the air of gay persecution and some went so far as to dub it “the gayest Disney movie ever.”

They, of course, did not mean it in the same way Ms. Skaggs did.    There seems to be some common ground that there is a relevant LGBT message, even if we can’t all agree on exactly what it is, and whether it is “bad”.

Ms. Skaggs is a California pro-proposition 8 activist who feels her religious beliefs should trump the right of other families to enjoy the love and commitment she does.  Her writing expresses the fear that…

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2 thoughts on “A Gay Dad Takes on the Frozen-Hating Mormon Grandmother

  1. That guy nailed it and did it with such precision. He was polite (better than I would have been, most likely) and executed his position with the poise of well trained ballroom dancer.

    Unfortunately, there are lots of Ms. Skaggs are all over the place. Our responsiblity – to SHOW not tell. As long as people like that “gay dad” keep doing what they’re doing – and positioning other LGBT “naysayers” towards the truth, we are surely on a path to victory.

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