Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on gay-themed Christmas events:
We’ve never heard of gay-themed Hanukkah events, and we sure never heard of gay-themed Ramadan events, but there is a slew of Christmas ones. Maybe that’s because the boys like us best.
The Ru Paul Drag Race show is being performed at various cities across the nation, hoping to bring some good cheer to those tired of normal celebrations. One of their songs is, “All I Want for Christmas is Nudes,” something all the queens can identify with.
San Francisco is the most homosexual-friendly city in the nation, so it is only natural that it would be home to The Golden Girls Live! The Christmas Episodes. It is said to appeal to aging homosexuals, men who are enthralled at the promise of sex after 40.
Seattle is home to Jingle All the Gay, a Christmas event that pledges to be a “thoroughly queer time.” We’re convinced it is.
In the heartland of America, Twin Cities Pride magazine is boasting of a Miss Richfield “queer-friendly holiday show.” The publication notes that the holiday season is “already pretty queer.” How’s that? “First you fist a turkey, Jesus has two dads, you dress the tree in drag—the list goes on.” No doubt it does.
Lifetime Christmas movies have gotten into the act as well. At the end of one film, Twinkle All the Way, two men kiss each other on the lips. Though they were introduced in the flick early on, there was no indication they were homosexuals. Guess they saved the best for last.
Netflix showed its perverse side by airing The First Temptation of Christ. Aired with English subtitles, this Brazilian short film depicts Jesus in a homosexual relationship. We don’t expect that next month, when we celebrate Martin Luther King Day, Netflix will depict the civil rights leader in a homosexual relationship. Muhammad is also safe.
We did not read about any transgender Christmas events. Maybe in 2020. This could be a transition year.