Frozen, the Homosexual Agenda and the New Satanic Panic
What does this have to do with Skaggs and Frozen? Everything, because what Skaggs and Sparks and the rest of the people intent on spreading the idea of the Great Seducer are worried about isn't homosexuality, heavy metal, or career driven women. What they're worried about is that such things will be considered as normal as their own lives.
Right now we're living in a revolution of LGBT acceptance and rights. A rather impressive one in terms of the speed of its movement. If we don't have national same sex marriage by the end of 2014, I am willing to bet we'll have it by the end of the Obama administration. To the people opposed to such things there must be answers, just as in the '80s there had to be an answer to the empowerment of women through employment, that gawd awful metal music, and typical teenage rebellion.
They blame Hollywood for slipping it into the open and sleeping minds of children, and Satan working through Hollywood. They blame infernal influence the way conspiracy theorists blame aliens and the government.
It's still not real. It's pretty clear that Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez wrote "Let It Go" to be "Defying Gravity 2", and both songs are essentially about finding virtue in what others hate about you. It's about standing up and demanding your due against the wagging finger of the establishment. While that notion is indeed the most virtuously Satanic I know, no devil pulls the strings. The ever-growing equality of LBGT people isn't being accomplished by writing catchy songs five-tear-olds sing on YouTube that have Konami codes of wickedness.
It's simply because it's time. If I may quote the song itself, "It's funny how some distance makes everything seem small, and the fears that once controlled me can't get to me at all." Time to stop pretending gay is a demon waiting to infect your children. Time to grow up and stop letting the next generation's normal be the bogeyman. That, I think, is the thing that is scaring them most.