How dare they ruin a classic children's story about beastiality and Stolkholm syndrome by adding in a gay character.
Just judging from the earlier Disney movie I didn't see either of those scenarios. She knew he was a man the whole time judging by the song she sang about tale of kissing a frog turning into a prince. I googled the lyrics not too long ago because I was arguing with some fellow over the Henagar theater that refused to show the film is the reason I remembered.
She also really wasn't kidnapped, but willingly exchanged her position of freedom for her dad (against her dad's wishes)... Dad I guess was imprisoned for trespassing (you don't enter fence and front door). Alas she was even offered freedom to find her dad. I don't think she had a hatred of the town folks either, she just wished to protect the beast.
I know I am beating a dead horse subject, but it just bugged me because I saw a lot of liberals use the same arguments against the Alabama Drive-in theater folks. I just didn't see the facts as supporting either of those points in the 90s Disney movie at all. Actually sat down with my kids to watch the show to see if I could see their points.
Also they claimed the side kick was gay in first movie, I didn't see that either since he went out of his way to to state his envy of the big fellow for his ability to attract pretty ladies. I don't know why he stayed working for the jerk, perhaps being early 1820 era he was an indentured slave? @AbaraXas