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Queer Santa-Themed Photo Shoots Popping Up in Shopping Centers All Over Australia

by | Nov 10, 2022

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What better way to celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ than by plastering your kids in rainbow queer gear and draping them across a Sodomite-themed Santa’s lap for a photoshoot to send your family. Well, that’s how Australians are celebrating Christmas. Apparently, according to at least some reports, queer-themed Santa displays are popping up in shopping centers all over the Land Down Under.

Perth Now reports that “Westfield, in partnership with Living Proud, has announced a special one-day-only queer-themed Santa shoot for LGBTQI+ families and their allies” where “families can book a photo shoot with Santa in a safe environment at any of the Westfield centres across WA on November 19.”

“Living Proud This Christmas is a dedicated LGBTIQ+ day of celebration,” the article states, “including Santa photography sessions with Pride props, roaming entertainment, drag queens and face-painting, and W+ giveaways including Genderbread People from Swedish bakery Miss Maude.”

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Just jolly! Of course, here in the U.S., you can celebrate Sodo-Santa too. Harper Collins introduced a new kids’ book featuring a gay black Santa where kids can explore their sexuality during the most magical time of the year through the lens of some homosexual activist who wants to groom them.

And, of course, what would Christmas be without a Christmas tree? A queer, rainbow-splattered gay pride Christmas tree? Well, you can get one of those at Lowes.

Of course, you can always catch the latest Christmas flic on The Hallmark Channel—if you’re into that kind of thing. They now have Christmas movies featuring homosexual men trying to adopt children for Christmas. Can’t you feel the love, the Christmas spirit?

And, as usual, get ready for a spate of queer nativity scenes that feature two men kneeling over a baby “Jesus” while completely erasing women. So much for women’s suffrage.

So, Merry Christmas everyone and I hope you enjoy the holiday season. I’m sure we’ll have plenty to report on and make a scene (no pun intended) about.



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