Gay Jewish Author Maurice Sendak Dead
Writer Known For “Where The While Things Are” Will Not Be Missed
Gay Jewish author Maurice Sendak died this morning from complications of a stroke (finally…).
Sendak has described his childhood as a “terrible situation” because his extended family “died in the Holocaust”.
He later became a children’s author, known for writing “Where the While Things Are” in 1963.
In 1970, Sendak also wrote “In The Night Kitchen” which included several illustrations of a naked, young boy.
Many critics also claim that book is filled with sexual innuendo due to the “nudity, free-flowing milky fluids, and giant milk bottle” (which is shaped like a penis).
In a 2008 interview with The New York Times, Sendak admitted he was homosexual and had lived with psychoanalyst Dr. Eugene Glynn for over 50 years.
In other words, Sendak was a gay, Jewish author who wrote children’s literature filled with sexual themes…
What a legacy…