When I began thinking about writing this piece, I decided I’d better actually watch “Frozen.” There was a chance, after all, that Disney had finally made a girl-positive story that truly broke free of the company formula. As I watched it, though, I was disappointed by Disney’s continued suggestion that impossibly gorgeous, slender princesses as the only girls whose stories are worth telling. It’s true that both main characters have legitimate flaws, and that Elsa’s uncontrollable, hurtful powers are tamed by the love of a sister, rather than a hunky prince charming. However, Anna, the film’s Gerda, accomplishes this “rescue” with the help of a variety of male characters, one of whom becomes her love interest by the end of the film. Why were the female helpmates of “The Snow Queen” turned into men? I fail to see how this is preferable to — or more feminist than — Andersen’s story.