Shego: Hey! Just because you don't NEED a guy to "complete yourself" or to "enhance your self image" doesn't mean you don't "want" one for some other reason. See, thing is, many women think they need a man to feel good about themselves.
Oh. And also: "Hot" isn't the word I'd use to describe Jackie the Snow-man. Hot would be something more like...*sets both hands ablaze* THIS!
LOLOLOLOLOLLOLOOLOOLOOLOOLOOLOOLLOOLLOOLLOOLOOOLLOOLLOOLOL There's a big difference in 'needing' and 'wanting', if you 'need' something, that'd be food, water and things like that, if you 'want' something, you DON'T 'NEED' it, like, a new toy or computer, you'd WANT that, NOT NEED it.
There is a big difference between "needing" a prince and "wanting" a prince. A need implies a lack you have that the other meets, and it is wise to admit your shortcomings and ask for help, especially when you lack the ability to meet that need, actually do need others to fill in that lack, and that lack starts to hurt or damage yourself or others. In that sense, Elsa truly doesn't need anything to be a Queen (its the kingdom that needs her to have a prince so there's an heir, but that is not the same thing as Elsa needing that.).
But "wanting", ahh, that's different. Not needing is a good situation, and it serves as a good foundation for wanting, which means seeing possibilities of making a good situation better. Of having cake and chocolates and ice cream after eating the vegetables. Of seeing a "win-win" situation that's worth doing the work and having the courage to make the necessary changes that makes things break everyone's way.
The beauty of Elsa's inner being is that the movie shows that she's willing to ensure an "I lose, you win" situation and refuses to entertain an "I win, you lose" mentality or attitude. There are way too few people like that in the world, and those who are the other way cause way too much pain and suffering in the world. If we want more of the former and less of the latter, so that the world gets better and not worse, we gotta get our brains screwed on right when it comes to needs and wants, and let the Elsas of the world pursue their win-win wants.
I really don't care who the guy (or girl, or it) gets shipped with Elsa, as long as the ship stays true to who Elsa is and she gets a win-win out of it. Some ships are gonna be more of a challenge than others to be convincing (ElsaxHans and Elsa X Pitch), while others feel more natural (ElsaxJack).