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Was any of that necessary @WR? Any of it? No.
The question you asked is complicated and you treated it as a joke, and as if people who may feel that Elsa is a good spokesperson for LGBT rights and representation are insane. I told you to read the thread as a suggestion because the answer is much longer than I could possibly give in a pithy response. You treated it as if all of it was a joke.
In short: You cannot assume that someone is straight until proven otherwise. Sexuality is more complicated and what you’re dealing with is what @Myril and @CrystalPrincess would call heteronormativity, in which we read everything as heterosexual because that’s the way our society teaches us to read these things. Elsa is not heterosexual nor is she homosexual. She is up in the air. I am not queer, so I will not attempt to define why people who ARE queer feel that she is a proper spokesperson and why her story but people like Crystal and @Felie have given lengthy talking points if you want to read the thread. People do take it seriously, just as you take OQ seriously or Jelsa and your love of Regina seriously.
That settles this matter. Unless you care to discuss it more politely without turning it into a mockery, please respect all threads and participants of this forum.
*treading carefully* …. well just to ask this question, is it wrong to assume that a character is straight until proven otherwise?
In a word: YES.
I’m going to let @Myril write an epically long post as to why because she is better at it than I. But yes it is.