Back in the day, the LGBT movement was all about you know, gay people not being discriminated against or murdered in the street. But for at least ten years now, the LGBT movement has had nothing to do with demanding acceptance anymore.
They are downright forcing acceptance, and they’re determined to do this by perverting every aspect of popular culture with the gay agenda. This year, they seem particularly obsessed with targeting children. You have gay characters on kids’ shows, male Disney princesses, child drag queens, and the infamous drag queen story time at public libraries.
So it goes to figure they would go after one of the most formidable icons of childhood: Santa.
Just in time for the holidays, a staff writer for The Late Show With Steven Colbert has come out with a delightful kid’s book featuring…Santa and his husband.
Oh my gosh seriously, stop.
Santa’s Husband is published by Harper Collins and went on sale in October and depicts a black Santa Claus who lives at the North Pole with his white husband.
— Daniel Kibblesmith ☃️ (@kibblesmith) October 15, 2017
Daniel Kibblesmith, the author, came up with the idea as a way to explain black mall Santas to his future children, according to Time magazine.
“If they see a white one, we’ll say ‘That’s his husband,’” Kibblesmith wrote on Twitter.
Harper Collins told Time that the book is meant for all ages, so it’s clearly not a parody meant for adults. Obviously, because it’s 2017, it was simply time for Santa to be perverted by the gay agenda.
What child ever even thought about Santa’s sexuality until now? What child would even care about it? Santa is simply an imaginary childhood figure that is supposed to be jolly, ride a sleigh, and bring presents to children.
I’d ask if nothing is sacred anymore, but obviously, it’s not to the left. They won’t rest until they make everything somehow pro-gay. Unfortunately for them, they’ll probably end up shooting themselves in the foot. If they want acceptance, it’s not working.
As long as they keep demanding we accept them in such absurd ways, they’ll keep experiencing resistance. Since they clearly want a fight, let’s give it to them!
Tweet @HarperCollins with their own hashtag, #WhyIRead and let them know exactly why your children won’t be reading this ridiculous book!