ByHeather Snowden, writer at Creators.co
Lover of bad puns, nostalgic feels and all things Winona. Email: heather@moviepilot.com Tweet: @heathbetweetin
Heather Snowden

"Don't let them in, don't let them see. Be the good girl you always have to be. Conceal, don't feel, don't let them know. Well now they know..."

As Disney's Frozen dismissed the standard fairytale happy ending in exchange for sisterly love, it was widely considered to be the first foray the studio made into feminism. Now, to enhance and expand on the blockbuster's overthrowing of tradition, fans have taken to Twitter, calling for Disney to give its Frozen heroine, Elsa, a girlfriend in the upcoming sequel.

In a time where fair and equal cultural representations in the media are mandatory, and the LGBTQ community has come on leaps and bounds within the mainstream, there seems to be one major Hollywood player still not playing ball.

But could they be about to let that go?

It began with a tweet...

Since Twitter user Alexis Isabel first used the hashtag this past Sunday, the quest for Disney to develop same sex relationships within their narratives has gone wide-spread throughout the internet, with Alexis's 'Dear Disney' being retweeted 2,800 times and counting.

With the hashtag trending, the below responses show just some of the overwhelming support, stating the importance of wider representations of sexual orientations and thus role models for younger generations within pop culture:

Do you think Disney need to do more to develop equal cultural representation?

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