Queen Elsa of Arendelle
"In Arendelle's fair kingdom, a ruler did apear. Born with a secret so great, alone, she stayed in fear. Although the force was hidden, one day she let it go. And all the land was covered in eternal ice and snow" -Frozen
From the outside Queen Elsa is poised and reserved, but beneath this Elsa lives in fear of her abilities. Born with magic frozen powers, she experienced a traumatic incident as a child, where her powers almost killed her younger sister, Anna. As a result of this, Elsa isolates herself from her family, trying to suppress her growing powers. However, when her emotions trigger her powers, Elsa accidently setts off an eternal winter.
Apart from being one of my favourite Disney films, I dedicated this post to Elsa due to the feminist undertones found in the film. Sassy and independent, especially declaring that although she may live in a kingdom of isolation, she is “alone and free”. I particularly like how the moral of the story is that “only love can thaw a frozen heart”; particularly sisterly love. Therefore both Elsa and Anna are good role models for young girls.