A Los Angeles comedienne captured the lawn ornaments triggering many hilarious Twitter comments.
It seems every year around this time someone shows their LGBT pride through art and this time it comes in the form of a hirsute nativity scene.
Cameron Esposito found humor in her neighbor’s yard which features a baby Jesus snug in his bed of straw surrounded by his two dads.
Yes, the scene features to Josephs both draped in pink sashes over white tunics with a lamb looking on as the dads kneel in prayer.
Esposito tweeted the picture into the ether and the responses have been overwhelmingly positive.
"Jesus, Marty & Joseph! I [heart] this!" @rubenquesada
"man the birth of jesus was DEFINITELY a miracle now" @MagsVisaggs
"Well I mean biblically speaking little Jesus did have two dads. These guys just want to be as accurate as possible." @RobisonAnalise
But some are not so tickled pink by the decoration:
"God will not be mocked. These guys can live the life they choose, but to ridicule the faith of so many people is beyond disgusting." @lee_lee59
"I'm a strong defenders of the lgbtq community but I can't see how this is anything but mockery of Christians." @AlbeertaStan
Maybe the favorite response to the picture comes from a Twitter user who explains how the sale may have gone down at the store:
"Salesperson: Sirs, it comes with the whole set, I can't sell you two Josephs. Later: Gays high-fiving lesbian neighbors as there are now two same-sex nativity sets on their block." @shamemystalker
Twitter user Mrs Lady made sure the ladies were represented and posted their own diorama (second at left), "Here's my gaytivity scene with 2 Marys." @Rogue_MrsLady
Last year the big LGBT Christmas controversy came in the form of artist Mark Thaler who made same-sex Joseph tree ornaments. This enraged a UK-based Christian group who said they were a "blasphemous attempt to rewrite the Christmas story.”
But as one Twitter user Sarah (@Mega_Mew) pointed out this year in regards to the two-Joseph nativity scene: "They’re still keeping the Christ in Christmas so Christians have nothing to complain about here."