"Here's the thing, arguing about Bert and Ernie doesn't matter, because the truth is every single character on Sesame Street is queer," Henry tweeted.
Following this bold thesis statement came a slew of images of some Sesame Street characters, explaining why each one of them is queer.
Take a look at what Henry had to say about Elmo, Big Bird, Count Von Count, Grover, and Praire Dawn, amongst others.
\u201cNon binary icon. \nBest friend is Snuffleupagus (an older gay man)\nAsexual\nLives in a very nice brown stone next to a popular trash can. AKA Lives in Chelsea which is next to Hell's Kitchen. \nCreated a new way to sing the alphabet.\u201d
\u201cElmo: \nSesame Streets most famous Twink \nCaused mass hysteria when he came out in 90s everyone wanted to collect him (like straight people did with gays)\nRefers to himself in the third person (GAY)\nHas no job, but literally is at every single event on the books\u201d
\u201cGrover: \nBisexual blue icon.\nGreets Kermit with "Heyyyyy froggy babeeee"\nTilts his head to the side when he thinks you've said something dumb\nHas duets with Lena Horne and Madeline Kahn\nRefuses to use contractions.\u201d
\u201cPrairie Dawn:\nVery prepared and organized lesbian woman. \nHad no time for the messiness so only deals with the gays when she needs to clean things up\nThe gays of Sesame Street don't appreciate her enough\nPlays piano \nHas a very popular biopic called Carol\u201d
\u201cCount Von Count:\nVampire (gay species that only comes out at night. Sun aversion is a metaphor for heterosexuality)\nHas rainbow colors in his cape lining. (gay)\nWears a cape (GAY)\nEyebrows are tweezed\nLives in a castle with his bats (hags) named Grisha, Misha, Sasha, and Tatiana.\u201d