With their adorable bickering and easy chemistry, every TV series from Friends and The Simpsons to Family Guy lovingly painted them as partners too. Now, after decades of speculation, one of the show's writers has lifted the lid on its most famous and beloved characters. Mark Saltzman, who joined the Sesame Street team in , has revealed he did indeed write Bert and Ernie as a gay couple. According to Odyssey Winnie the Pooh characters all suffered mental illnesses. Winnie would do whatever it took to get honey, displaying an impulsivity which was sometimes dangerous. Dipsy's face was slightly darker than the faces of the other Teletubbies.
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But, it turns out that the real-life bear he is named after, was actually a female black bear named Winnie. Christopher Robin, son of AA Milne and star of the books and cartoons, had called his teddy Winnie, having seen the actual bear a number of times in London Zoo. Milne wrote the Winnie the Pooh character as a boy bear. Furthermore, the real stuffed animal with which the real Christopher Robin played who was also A. The curious name of Winnie-the-Pooh came from Christopher Robin, from a combination of the names of a real bear and a pet swan.
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Like many kids, I fell in love with the Winnie-the-Pooh literature when I was young and became enchanted with tales of Piglet my favorite and the others. The difference between most kids and me, though, is that I stumbled across the Pooh books when I was about twenty, in college. So I found my twenty-year-old self immediately enveloped by the tales of Christopher Robin and friends and their uncanny ability to speak to the child in me but entertain the adult in me. I was, perhaps not by coincidence, also coming out to most of my friends at that time and starting to think about coming out to my family.
In Paul Monette's book "Last Watch of the Night", as he is walking through a graveyard, he searches the gravestones for "stray quotation[s] from Hamlet or Pooh". The suggestion is that this is a signal that the people buried thare are gay, and that there is some link between gays and Winnie the Pooh. Searching Google provides enough denial and tasteless jokes about it to prove to me that there is something to the statement that gays have an affinity towards Pooh. Can you find something that actually discusses this affinity seriously and with some intelligent insight? This does seem like the sort of subject that is worth some serious attention.
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