Frozen star Josh Gad has some answers — kind of — for Queen Elsa stans who desperately want the pop culture icon to be lesbian. In the original movie, while her sister, Anna, entertains romantic feelings for other male characters, Elsa has no time for such considerations as she is preoccupied with her supernatural powers. The anticipation that Elsa might come out as queer in the sequel was only heightened in the days leading up to the release of Frozen 2. Despite no official confirmation or hint from the writers or Disney, fans have shipped Elsa and Honeymaren, a supporting character. Ok the way Elsa and Honeymaren look at each other gives me some strong gay vibes Frozen2spoilers Frozen2.
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Did Disney Announce Elsa Would be a Lesbian in ‘Frozen 2’?
Frozen 2 fans have been running to watch the next film in the Disney franchise after its release in cinemas, and now its release on DVD and to download. In , however, a trailer released by Disney left some fans a little confused about what the future of the franchise held. However, that has not stopped fans from suggesting it may be something to come in the future, and the filmmakers have certainly not denied it. Aswell as this, actress Kristen Bell the voice of Anna in the film responded cryptically to a fan who called for Elsa to get a girlfriend in the next film. Idina Menzel, who voices Elsa, has also joined in with fans who are desperate to see Elsa be a lesbian.
Even before it was announced the Frozen II was happening, fans saw something special and a little bit…different about Queen Elsa of Arendelle. No, not the ice powers, something else. Something a little bit queer. Her anxiety about hiding part of herself and the destruction that caused, as well as her fear of rejection and her self-imposed isolation, were all elements that are familiar to those of us who have been in the closet or worried about coming out to our families. Aside from these tragic tropes that gave way to acceptance, Elsa was a bit camp too, just as much as she was subtly queer.