Contrary to what feminist writer Amanda Marcotte says, stories of heterosexual monogamous courting, like Hallmark movies, are the exact opposite of fascism.
If the LGBT mob won’t let us celebrate cheesy Hallmark Christmas without celebrating their sin, they certainly won’t let us celebrate actual Jesus Christmas that way either.
This is the side of the story you never hear in a Hallmark movie.
For those who complain that Hallmark movies are painfully formulaic, this one is a unique and daring film with the courage to make bold narrative choices and form original character arcs.
We’ve done nothing wrong. But we do need to lay down a marker that watching a good, clean holiday romance every single day of the Christmas season is just good, clean fun.
These timeless writings contain commentary on love, some thought-provoking, some humorous, and all of it crafted more elegantly than the average greeting card.
Kristen Soltis Anderson and Mary Katharine Ham talk crazy Christmas traditions and the joy of bad movies on The Federalist Radio Hour.
Enjoy Hallmark Christmas Bingo with drinks or without for a festive celebration of the tropes of the season.
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