and pretty addictive
However, the term 'Brony' annoys the hell outta me, especially when girls use it on themselves...at least use 'Pegasister' or something, brony is for a guy!
I don't really want any comments about how much you might hate the show, or how you love the term Brony! Because that's kiiiiiinda pointless
You can express your opinion, though...I'm not rabid and I really don't care if you hate mlp (I'm still not sure if I like it or not!)
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you dont NEED to label yourself like that
it annoys me
why??? you're no different than any other mlp fan. no one is going to think higher of you bc you jack off to rainbow ponies.
and before you bash me, i actually do like mlp. 'bronies' just irritate me.
For one, that is SEXIST. if guys can call girls "bro" (and believe me it happens a lot more than you'd care to think) why should we not be called bronies? I HATE-no-LOATHE the term Pegasister, because for a show that supports gender equality, it seems like segregation based on gender. Its not right, and since when did female bronies start calling themselves Pegasisters? I feel as if it was a term given by males who did not want girls to like the show. I know many girls who do not want to be in the MLP fandom because they do not want to get saddled with the term "pegasister" because it is sexist. You made a stamp about Feminism, which fights for gender Equality, yet here you are saying that there MUST be separate nouns for male and female fans of the show? that is messed up. If we are to be equal (as a feminist) I suggest we just use Brony, OR how about calling each other "Ponies" seeing as the letter P is gender neutral? The reason why Pegasister is a word unknown to most MLP fans is that girls HATE the term!! name a few female bronies who use the term Pegasister who actually love the show and gave themselves that label of their own choice, not because someone told them they had to because they are girls.
The last time I checked, it was none.
That's actually kinda sexist to say it's ONLY for boys.
I hate the term "pegasister" because it separates us into groups that we don't need to be separated into.
because i sure as hell fucking am
For similar reasons, I also hate the term "aspie." Nearly every self-identified "high-functioning" person is willing to throw other autistics under the bus to justify their own right to exist. "Asperger's syndrome makes me a talented genius, other forms of autism need to be cured because such people can't even use the toilet." Many nonspeaking AAC users are outraged with that attitude (google "aspie supremacy"). What is even more egregious is the fact that the word "aspie" is now being appropriated by ableist professionals who want to be condescending a-holes. So I no longer identify myself with that garbage term. What is wrong with just being autistic? It brings me solidarity with ALL autistics, not just Asperger's folks.
I was diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome, but I don't use the term aspie, I just say I'm Autistic or an autie. Also, functioning labels are ableist bullshit.
i just call myself an mlp fan
to me brony or pegasister depends on if you identify as, and are active in the brony community as a whole, or just are a large (female) fan of the show
Your looking at at pony fan right now but I mainly considered my self a casual brony after some stupidity I've dome last year that I never want to look back in my life which was from a different account name. Oh god...
I'll be a lady brony if I want.
You can express your fandom the way you'd like to though. Some prefer to just watch the show alone, and others take it a step further, or perhaps too far, as you can see with my avatar XD
pepole are now proud of this title
at least,i am
It's an adorable show that the fandom totally ruins. It's an excellent children's show, but that being said, it's grossly overrated. The fans are annoying and seem to crave attention. I hate hearing "brony" "pegasister" "brohoof" "everypony" "facehoof" and "anypony" used in everyday language. It doesn't sound cool or creative, it sounds illiterate. Keep in mind, bronies often make fun of one direction fans for calling themselves "directioners" and Dr. Who fans for calling themselves "Whoovians"
I feel like bronies are the worse about this "fandom talk"
I have a cute pinkie pie shirt that I hate wearing in public because people give me this "pony" talk