That LGBTIQA+ content isn't perverse and kids shouldn't be protected from learning about LGBTIQA+ people because it isn't a bad thing.And what is the truth exactly?
Kids grow up watching a lot of heterosexual relationships. They have it forced on them in public, from relatives and strangers, marketing and advertisements. I see grown men and women groping each other in shopping centres which are, y'know, places where kids are. How is that okay in society but a child watching a movie where a female character falls in love with another female character in the same way that these movies have a female character fall in love with a male character isn't okay?
You're acting like any instance of LGBTIQA+ representation on media is immediately followed by hardcore explicit sex scenes. This isn't the case, and LGBTIQA+ themes need to be normalised in cinema and TV in order to help the kids who do identify as such, who will identify as such, and to teach some straight people to not fear or hate LGBTIQA+ people.
That's.... not the LGBT discussion wtf. It's about Elsa getting a girlfriend, namely the mysterious girl in the trailer, and how LGBTIQA+ themes and representations in movies and TVs isn't perverse or explicit.So there was an LGBT argument that I missed? Well, I think itâ€™s pointless either way since Anna and Elsa are sisters.