If you have a small child, you have been subjected to the tyranny of Queen Elsa of Arendelle, a lonely queen who froze over her kingdom in an emotional outburst on her coronation day. The movie Frozen follows the story of Elsa and her younger sister, Anna, as they come to grips with the strange magic within the queen and learn the power of love. Elsa gains a newfound confidence in herself and opens the gates to both her kingdom and her heart, allowing people in after a lifetime of isolation.

Also, the song “Let It Go” happens once in the movie and one billion times in your home afterward.

Because of the success of Frozen, naturally the forces of social justice want in.

(CNN)– “Frozen” fans would like to see something special in the film’s sequel.

A campaign to #GiveElsaAGirlfriend has gone viral.

It all began when teen Alexis Isabel recently tweeted “I hope Disney makes Elsa a lesbian princess imagine how iconic that would be.” She followed that by tweeting “Dear @Disney, #GiveElsaAGirlfriend.”

The idea took off and now fans are clamoring for “Frozen 2” to be used as a vehicle to raise LGBT awareness.

Elsa of Arendelle is a powerful woman who is supposed to be strong and lead her nation. What the LGBT crowd wants to do is make her dependent on someone else, and let the movie revolve Elsa once again being too weak to do anything without someone in her life. There is no way to just casually throw a relationship in, especially in a Disney movie.

What they want to do is take a sequel to a children’s movie, create a character for the plot to revolve around, and tell your children that, hey, if Elsa can do it, you can, too! There is a difference between education and indoctrination, and the former is not something that interests the LGBT movement.