“Frozen” Offers Entertainment And Empathy

January 31, 2014

I have not been able to watch the film “Frozen” (which I have seen twice) or listen to the soundtrack (on repeat in my car) without tears, especially when it comes to the song “Let It Go.”  I have posted it on Facebook and called it “my big old gay anthem.”  Justin Lee, executive director of The Gay Christian Network, reinforced my take on “Frozen” with his latest blog post, seeing it as an opportunity for people with gay family members to understand the other side of the coming-out process.

Gay Christian Network executive director Justin Lee highlights the empathy in Disney’s latest film.

Read Justin’s post, “Want to understand your gay family member? Go see Frozen.”


Casey O'Leary
Casey O’Leary is a writer and children’s librarian. She is passionate about reading and helping children find the “perfect book.” In 2012, she fulfilled a dream by completing her master’s degree in library science from Indiana University. Casey blogs at After the Closet and is a frequent contributor to Christian Feminism Today.


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