Just in time to further sexualize (and homosexualize) children, Harper Collins has released Santa's Husband, which "tells the story of a black Santa, his white husband, and their life in the North Pole," states the publisher. On Dec. 19, CNN heavily promoted the pro-homosexual book in a lengthy news segment.
Santa's Husband is published by Harper Design, a division of Harper Collins. The author of the children's book is Daniel Kibblesmith, a staff writer for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and the illustrator is Ashley Quach.
The publisher describes the book as follows, “Everyone knows that Santa Claus is jolly, but in Santa’s Husband, this cherished symbol of the holiday season is also black and gay, and married to an equally cheery man.
“In this witty and sweet illustrated Christmas tale, humor writer Daniel Kibblesmith introduces us to Mr. and Mr. Claus, and gives us a glimpse of their lives together. We see the Clauses sitting by the fire at their cozy North Pole home, vacationing at the beach, having an occasional disagreement, celebrating their wedding day, and comforting each other when some loudmouth people on television angrily dispute Santa’s appearance and lifestyle.
"In the weeks before Christmas, Santa’s husband helps with all the pre-Christmas work, from double-checking lists, to feeding the reindeer (organic gluten-free grains, of course), to negotiating labor disputes with the restive workshop elves. At the height of toy-making season, he even fills in for his busy hubby at the mall to ensure every child can meet the Big Guy in the red suit, and give him their wish list.
"As this charming book reminds us, Santa Claus can come in all shapes and colors and sizes—just like the children and families he visits all over the world each Christmas eve."
Commenting on CNN, author Daniel Kibblesmith said the pro-gay children's book was inspired by "the annual tradition we have in this country of pretending that there's a giant war on Christmas, and that traditional Christmas is under attack."
Apparently, depicting two "married" male Santas who presumably anally sodomize each other as pretend-love -- and deliver gifts to children! -- is in no way an attack on Christmas.
In its review of the Christmas tome, Vice.com said, "A genuinely sweet story that depicts a sound, joyful marriage." Santa Claus "can be whatever you want him to be!" said Out.com. Edge Media Network called the book an "enlightened account of the Kris Kringle legend."
Maybe next Christmas the publisher Harper Collins can gift the world with a transgender Santa.