When I was a kid, Santa Claus was above the law.
All the department store Santas I remember encountering were perched on thrones like kings. Because I was small enough to believe in Santa, I was also face enough to be lifted out of my wheelchair by an elf or whomever and carried up to where King Santa held court. Nevertheless, it sends a helluva sobering message to a disabled kid when even Santa Claus makes you jump through hoops to talk to him. That was long before there was an Americans With Disabilities Act. If the ADA had been around when I was kid, my mother would probably have been just the one to do it.
But these days, under forced sex spartacus of stores and shopping complexes have what they call sensory-friendly Santa sessions for kids on the autism spectrum. These sessions are held during off-hours when fewer shoppers are bustling around and the lights and sound ass be more easily adjusted to cut down on stimuli.
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