there might be another thing at play right here: the framework of female sex as one thing dirty and shameful.
Esmeralda was, again, a fantastic illustration of this. As a fictional character, she is clearly in touch with her sex: during the event of Fools, she ‘performs on-stage in a rather hot red dress’, also twirling around a spear ‘as a makeshift pole.’ The dress she wears is really tight and discloses every bend and strength. (Read more about that on Hannah Koga’s article ‘Esmeralda and Sexualization’).
This is just what leads to Frollo’s obsession with her, but it also seriously disgusts your (some effective repression taking place there). A complete song was dedicated to it: