"He's craaazy," Olaf the Snowman declared in the Disney's hit film Frozen.
Olaf could have been talking about homosexual activists instead of an iceman talking to rocks.
"It's about time that parents start doing something to combat this," pro-family advocate Peter LaBarbera says of the social media push to involve homosexuality in a Frozen sequel.
LaBarbera is responding to the effort that began May 2, when a Twitter campaign took off with the hash tag "#GiveElsaAGirlfriend."
"Elsa" is the lead character in Frozen, which became another Disney hit in 2013 and earned more than one billion dollars at the box office. A sequel is being planned, Disney announced in March.
"We cannot keep rewarding Hollywood," LaBarbera says, "when they're pushing homosexuality, and sexual and gender deviance, on the kids."
Breitbart.com reported on the Twitter campaign, where supporters of the effort wrote opinions such as "…it's time to teach children of all genders that homosexuality is just as normal and valid."
Some conservatives saw homosexual themes in Frozen, and were mocked for their views, yet Elsa's hidden secret and the film's hit song "Let it Go" were also seized by homosexual activists as possible metaphors.
Parents are often "clueless" at the homosexual influences on their children, LaBarbera says.
"And the LGBT activists will use any vehicle they can to indoctrinate children," he says, "and this just shows what they're all about."
OneNewsNow has reported on the barrage of homosexual propaganda, ranging from indoctrinating school children with a "Genderbread Person" to celebrating the lifestyle with a bag of Doritos tortilla chips.
OneNewsNow reported last year that Wal-Mart is selling the "My Pride" Star of David, the revered Jewish symbol with the "rainbow flag."
The Washington Times noticed this week that Captain America drew the ire of a Vanity Fair writer for his "heterosexual virility" in the blockbuster "Captain America: Civil War."
Apparently the Marvel Studios-Disney film left no doubt that Captain America and his friend, "Bucky" Barnes, prefer women over men.
"If Disney isn’t inclined to give audiences a gay superhero," writer Joanna Robinson wrote, "couldn’t they have at least left us the dream of Bucky and Cap?"
Responding to Frozen and the social media push, parents must begin speaking up or it's only going to get worse, LaBarbera says.