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PG A politicly correct christmas

And Joseph went up from Galilee to Bethlehem with Mary, his espoused
wife, who was great with child. And she brought forth a son and
wrapped him in swaddling clothes and laid him in a manger because
there was no room for them in the inn. And the angel of the Lord spoke
to the shepherds and said, "I bring you tidings of great joy. Unto you
is born a Savior, which is Christ the Lord."

"There's a problem with the angel," said a Pharisee who happened to be
strolling by. As he explained to Joseph, angels are widely regarded as
religious symbols, and the stable was on public property where such
symbols were not allowed to land or even hover.

"And I have to tell you, this whole thing looks to me very much like a
Nativity scene," he said sadly. "That's a no-no, too."

Joseph had a bright idea. "What if I put a couple of reindeer over
there near the ox and ass?" he said, eager to avoid sectarian strife.

"That would definitely help," said the Pharisee, who knew as well as
anyone that whenever a savior appeared, judges usually liked to be on
the safe side and surround it with deer or woodland creatures of some
sort. "Just to clinch it, throw in a candy cane and a couple of elves
and snowmen, too," he said. "No court can resist that."

Mary asked, "What does my son's birth have to do with snowmen?"

"Snowpersons! " cried a young woman, changing the subject before it
veered dangerously toward religion.

Off to the side of the crowd, a Philistine was painting the Nativity
scene. Mary complained that she and Joseph looked too tattered and
worn in the picture. "Artistic license," he said.

"I've got to show the plight of the haggard homeless in a greedy,
uncaring society in winter," he explained.

"We're not haggard or homeless. The inn was just full," said Mary.

"Whatever," said the painter.

Two women began to argue fiercely. One said she objected to Jesus'
birth "because it privileged motherhood." The other scoffed at virgin
births, but said that if they encouraged more attention to diversity
in family forms and the rights of single mothers, well, then, she was
all for them.

"I'm not a single mother," Mary started to say, but she was cut off by
a third woman who insisted that swaddling clothes are a form of child
abuse, since they restrict the natural movement of babies.

With the arrival of 10 child advocates, all trained to spot infant
abuse and manger rash, Mary and Joseph were pushed to the edge of the
crowd, where arguments were breaking out over how many reindeer (or
what mix of reindeer and seasonal sprites) had to be installed to
compensate for the infant's unfortunate religious character.

An older man bustled up, bowling over two merchants who had been busy
debating whether an elf is the same as a fairy and whether the elf/
fairy should be shaking hands with Jesus in the crib or merely
standing to the side, jumping around like a sports mascot.

"I'd hold off on the reindeer," the man said, explaining that the use
of asses and oxen as picturesque backdrops for Nativity scenes carries
the subliminal message of human dominance. He passed out two leaflets,
one denouncing manger births as invasions of animal space, the other
arguing that stables are "penned environments" where animals are
incarcerated against their will. He had no opinion about elves or
candy canes.

Signs declaring "Free the Bethlehem 2" began to appear, referring to
the obviously exploited ass and ox. Someone said the halo on

Jesus' head was elitist. Mary was exasperated. "And what about you,
old mother?" she said sharply to an elderly woman. "Are you here to
attack the shepherds as prison guards for excluded species, maybe to
complain that singing in Latin identifies us with our Roman
oppressors, or just to say that I should have skipped patriarchal
religiosity and joined some dumb new-age goddess religion?"

"None of the above," said the woman, "I just wanted to tell you that
the Magi are here." Sure enough, the three wise men rode up.

"They're all male!" the crowd gasped. "And not very multicultural! "

"Balthasar here is black," said one of the Magi.

"Yes, but how many of you are gay or disabled?" someone shouted. A
committee was quickly formed to find an impoverished lesbian wise-
person among the lame of Bethlehem.

A calm voice said, "Be of good cheer, Mary, for you have done well and
your son will change the world." At last, a sane person, Mary thought.
She turned to see a radiant and confident female face.

The woman spoke again: "There is one thing, though. Religious holidays
are important, but can't we learn to celebrate them in ways that
unite, not divide? For instance, instead of all this business about
'Gloria in excelsis Deo,' why not just 'Season's Greetings'?"

Mary said, "You mean my son has entered human history to deliver the
message, 'Hello, it's winter'?"

"That's harsh, Mary," said the woman. "Remember, your son could make
it big in midwinter festivals, if he doesn't push the religion thing
too far. Centuries from now, in nations yet unborn, people will give
each other pricey gifts and have big office parties on his birthday.
That's not chopped liver."

"Let me get back to you," Mary said.
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