Dear Makers of Frozen,
Thank you for finally making a movie that addresses how important it is for girls to know exactly who they are and have complete confidence in themselves so that they don’t get fooled by the a-hole who is trying to play her for whatever reason. Thank you for showing little girls that they have to really get to know a guy before they commit to them. Thanks for showing that not all love has to do with a guy and a girl. Sometimes it is the love for someone else that gets the job done. You opened up the opportunity for all smart mothers and fathers to have the conversation with their daughters. Life is not about fairy tales though they do happen. I think this movie is the first to address a female empowerment issue in such a way . I’m very pleased and hopefully that you will produce more movies like this one in the near future.
Over our two week Spring Break we watched the movie Frozen. I loved the movie. More than that, I loved that for the first time in Disney history they showed how absolutely naive and silly women can be with their decisions because of men. Even more pleasant was the depiction of what a true a…hole looks like. Now I know that there is usually some guy in a Disney movie that wants the girl, can’t have the girl, and behaves badly trying to steal the girl. There are plenty of them in Disney cartoons. However, there has yet to be one that looks and talks like the duck. The character of the would be fiancee was more than the average Disney villain. He was a pure douche bag. Kudos to Disney for showing what real bad men look like. Kudos to Disney for showing little girls how absolutely evil some men can be to girls and how they can lie, deceive and use them for what they selfishly want. I would also like to add that, I am proud of them for showing that it is okay to feel bad about being played but it is not permission to wither and die but to pick yourself up, dust yourself off and move forward with pride and dignity. Now of course we should not go back and beat the man for his bad deeds but it was nice to show that karma is a powerful thing.
I am just really pleased that this movie opened up the conversation for us mothers and fathers that what to raise women who know who they are and what they are worth. Little girls today need to see that the fairy tale may have a happy ending but also have bumps in the road. They need to see that not everyone is going to love them but it doesn’t really matter who does or doesn’t as long as they love themselves. They need to know that they will fall and make bad choices but can rise above them. They should rise above them and take responsibility for their miss step and move forward learning from the mistake never to make it again. This movie in my opinion was very empowering for little girls and I really hope that Disney makes every effort to produce more movies like it.
HAVE YOU SEEN FROZEN YET? WHAT DID YOU THINK?