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@WickedRegal. Please read the thread, it has been by now explained more than once, why queer people identify with Elsa. No she is not automatically a lesbian because she was not shown in the movie with a love interest – but that doesn’t make her hetero either. And if you can’t take this discussion serious then please stay out of this thread. Thanks
Oh dear….did I strike a nerve? Well pardon whatever rudeness you seem to have taken to my post @Myril for I meant no disrespect to the LGBT Elsa fandom, but I just wanted to get a clearer understanding as to why Elsa was claimed to be a lesbian, besides the fact that Disney did not give her a love interest. And based on the list of reasons that are on the internet…that alone always seemed to come up as the number one reason.
However, I am glad that many LGBT fandom relates to Elsa, in their own way. But do so remember that Mulora still has a fighting chance. I mean, my god, Elsa only has nine episodes…can we really fit in a relationship that fast? I’m as much a #Jelsa fan than anyone, and whether it’s Hetero or Homo, I cant see them focusing this Arc on her romantic life unless it serves one hell of a purpose! But then again…we shall see!
And I must request that the next time you’re being rude to someone only asking a question, I ask that you hold off the polite endings. It doesn’t soften the blow…it leaves a burn. Thanks! 🙂
P.S. My apologies to Oncers I may have mysteriously offended…I didn’t even know it was that big of a deal, so sorry that I couldn’t take it as serious as you all would have liked…
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