Anonymous asked: I think its hilarious that people think that Elsa is a metaphor for lesbians or whatever people dig way to much into things don't you think?
..Not at all actually, and if you don’t think there is a metaphor there for LGBT folks I recommend you watch the film again. Elsa has lived her entire life hiding who she is from everyone, her sister, the people and herself. Her parents told her to conceal it, don’t let it show I don’t know about you but for many who grew up LGBT this is a situation all too familiar. I wanna tie this into another problem people had, where they said the film didn’t talk about where her powers came from, that wasn’t from lazy story telling, it was very deliberate. When the Pabbie asks the king if she was born or cursed, he says born this is something that was put there on purpose.
They easily could have put a sequence on why she got her powers, but they didn’t and the reason is clear. Her powers are the metaphor, she was born with them, it is a part of who she is, and she can’t change it. Hiding them only makes her situation worse, and isolating herself only hurts the one she loves. The message is pretty clear, even Let it go is riddled with all of that, she finally reaches a turning point where she begins to accept who she is and let go of the fear of how others will see her. I am not saying these are just LGBT themes, many people can relate to the struggle of being different. However this is as close as they have ever gotten to anything remotely in that vicinity without outwardly stating it. So for that I applaud Chris buck and Jennifer lee.
Elsa’s a fabulous role model for anyone who is born a little “different” from their peers. Some people really have trouble embracing their individuality and view it as a curse rather than a blessing. I think Elsa lets everyone know that if people have helped you conceal it, it’s because they didn’t know how else to help. Once you learn to embrace your power, whatever it is, you can break down the walls that you’ve built up and let people in. And it IS scary at first - the enemy IS fear. But Elsa got through it. So can you.
I always give books. And I always ask for books. I think you should reward people sexually for getting you books. Don’t send a thank-you note, repay them with sexual activity. If the book is rare or by your favorite author or one you didn’t know about, reward them with the most perverted sex act you can think of. Otherwise, you can just make out.
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omg and then
Are you serious right now? I’m a fully certified neurosurgeon. I can break into people’s heads and rewire their brains and tamper with their memory, no problem. But this? This juice box? This sugary drink marketed for eight year olds? No. Sticking a straw into this juice container is apparently just too much for me to handle without fucking it up. I’m done. I quit. Goodbye.
idk about you, but im more concerned with the fact that one fatal squeeze of that juice carton can cause catastrophic effects to your keyboard
ok you know what scotland where do you get off having all this cool shit and hot people and kilts and stuff
because look at these fucking things
THESE ARE FAIRY POOLS, YOU CAN FIND THEM IN THE ISLE OF SKYE AND YOU KNOW WHAT?
SCOTLAND STOP HOLDING OUT ON ME HERE