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Heidi Stevens: Finally, a gay couple in a Hallmark Christmas movie. And the bigots never seemed less relevant.

Two men kissed during a Hallmark Christmas movie this week, and the Earth continued to spin on its axis.

What a difference a year makes.

"The Christmas House," which premiered Sunday night, is a sweet story of two grown sons returning home to help their parents transform their house into an epic winter wonderland, just as they used to do when the boys

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