Bert and Ernie, happily ever after? (2013).
New life was breathed into a perennial debate this week, when a former Sesame Street writer revealed that not only did he consider beloved characters Bert and Ernie to be a gay couple, but he used.
That Bert and Ernie New Yorker cover that the Socialist Left has been gushing about this morning was not conceived overnight, in a sleepless fit of post-DOMA glee. Rather, artist Jack Hunter's.
The New Yorker’s just-released cover for next week’s issue celebrates the Supreme Court rulings on gay marriage with an image of Sesame Street Muppets Bert and Ernie cuddling in front of a TV.
Bert and Ernie may be one of the nation's most prominent same-sex cohabitees, but a New Yorker cover that played on the recurring meme that their relationship may be something less than platonic.
Bert and Ernie cover this issue of The New Yorker. The magazine is clearly implying they are gay.
In 1993, the New Voice, a regional gay newspaper, reported that in Tupelo, Mississippi, gay panic had sprung up over the appearance of Bert and Ernie as part of a Sesame Street tour stop at a.
Bert and Ernie come out in The New Yorker. The New Yorker trolls. By. David Harsanyi. on. June 28, 2013. Facebook Twitter Email Print.. Then again, in response to an 2011 online petition calling for Bert and Ernie to tie the knot, the Sesame Workshop’s Facebook page offered this statement.