A broken man. . kms haw my, dad w acts to me being’? Bram, I“ he' s very trit' ish. Lyle is this kids name, he had a difficult time revealing his secret bronie life. There is a documentary available about him and a few others and their experien
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A broken man

kms haw my, dad
w acts to me being’? Bram,
I“ he' s very trit' ish
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User avatar #215 - squeemonster (01/24/2014) [-]
Trying really hard to not sound like a feminazi but the thing is boys can suffer with sexism as much as girls. "be a man", "don't be a cry baby", "don't be a ****** " to a boy can be as harmful as "you can't play football, that's for boys", "look at you with that dolly, you'll be a great mommy when you grow up!" and "that's no way to act, young lady, where are your manners?" for girls.

Boys are expected to grow up to be manly providers, brave, to only like manly stuff and to be stoic and not very emotional. Being emotional is to be a sissy. A fag. To reassure their own manliness they'll do power plays on the weaker subjects, thus calling them wusses and fags and whatever. It's not healthy. A man liking activities associated with female tastes is not the end of the world, as the opposite isn't either. And to repress our personal tastes and personalities is what creates all those bizarre ****** up people. The men who aren't exactly gay or transgender that still secretly like to put on women's clothes, the men who become emotional cripples.

Every day, women find new ways to show they are free from gender roles, they don't all have to get a man, start a family, they can be carreer women and etc etc. When will men start their liberation? To be able to "drink pinky yummy drinks" without being called a homo, to watch home redecoration shows, to be a male hairstylist and not automatically be labeled as gay?

So tell me, what if he likes a show with ponies? It's a show. Nobody cares. I could like watching monster truck derbies for all I care and no one can stop me! It only becomes a problem when repressed boys use that show as their only emotional and childish escape from having to be a manly rock of manliness the rest of the day. Then you'll see the messed up ones, the ones that live for ponies, that watch pony porn and all that ****** up mess.


TL;DR: He can watch whatever the **** he wants for christ sake.
#214 - wajaa (01/24/2014) [-]
my kid is watching horses that go on adventures


User avatar #211 - javis (01/24/2014) [-]
The funnier part of that movie is when a Brony that lives in ALABAMA! Put pony window decals on his car and wonders why he was almost killed. He didn't even tell his dad and they expect you to feel sorry for the fool.
User avatar #208 - aesis (01/24/2014) [-]
I used to be a brony, but you know, eventually there was a point where the people in the community were just too ******* retarded for their own good, so I stopped and looking back on it, it was a very cringy time.
#202 - russianbro (01/24/2014) [-]
I 						*******					 love that documentary    
   
It's 						*******					 gourgeous and seriously recommend it.    
It's like this community portraits itself like 						*******					 persecuted Jews from world war 2 or some 						****					.   
   
Its hillarious to watch.
I ******* love that documentary

It's ******* gourgeous and seriously recommend it.
It's like this community portraits itself like ******* persecuted Jews from world war 2 or some **** .

Its hillarious to watch.
User avatar #212 to #202 - javis (01/24/2014) [-]
It was fan funded too.
User avatar #200 - twi (01/24/2014) [-]
ponies are gay
#199 - newdevyx ONLINE (01/24/2014) [-]
**newdevyx rolled a random image posted in comment #1 at Fixing bugs in code ** that is the face of disappointment.
User avatar #196 - theonewhoderps (01/24/2014) [-]
I know I'm gonna get down thumbed for this,but it's getting really annoying seeing these comments with " ******* watching a little girl's show","They are Retarded and are unpopular" "I can feel their disappointment" and "They fap to horses"
I mean really People have their own damn ******** and might be retarded but watching a TV show wouldn't make that happen, can you guys at least act ****** , and not Bash people like 12 year old kids?
I do watch the show, and I am not Gay, retarded, nor do I ********** to horses, I am straight like most of this site.
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#184 - sirbrentcoe ONLINE (01/24/2014) [-]
my reaction when my kids (two of whom are girls) ask to watch mlp.
#182 - tomowrath (01/24/2014) [-]
hfw
#180 - jackthunderjt (01/24/2014) [-]
i think he more has a face that says "I can make so fun of him from now on"
#178 - anonymous (01/24/2014) [-]
Damn, the anti bronies are getting rowdy today.
User avatar #173 - friendlyanonymous (01/24/2014) [-]
I watched the first episode of my little pony, my friend watches it all the time.
I may not agree with his opinion of the show, but I still feel it is valid and he can like whatever he wants.
I don't understand why people care so much.
User avatar #175 to #173 - testing (01/24/2014) [-]
Because it's not positive, nor does it have the potential to be positive.
User avatar #216 to #175 - squeemonster (01/24/2014) [-]
Reading the comments I didn't even know this was an actually documentary lol
But tell me, what do you think is, in your opinion, positive then?
User avatar #176 to #175 - friendlyanonymous (01/24/2014) [-]
Eh. The guy's got his grades up and he seems kinda happy now. I figure that's enough.
User avatar #170 - mustikat (01/24/2014) [-]
Can anyone tell me where this is from ?
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User avatar #155 - PTTN (01/24/2014) [-]
I watched that on Netflix, and when I saw this scene, the first thought that came to my head was, "That. That is the face of a broken man."
#143 - wildberk (01/24/2014) [-]
As a former brony I mostly get pissed off that people waste their time on argueing why bronies are retarded because of a social standard. The logic used in arguements against bronies can be argued for almost any media production. Society shouldn't force it's people into enjoying a specific type of life style, thats whats so amazing about the world today, we have the ability to enjoy several things.  We don't criticize people for enjoying sports, why should we chastise people who enjoy cartoons?  It also pisses me off that people are so deeply offended by this and not bigger problems that could easily use the extra man power.   
   
Conclusion: Most fandoms have a 						******					 up group that 						*****					 it up for everyone.The outliers shouldn't define the group as the general brony population are healthy minded individuals that find joy in a color group of ponies in a rather healthy community.  Perhaps if we could all chill the 						****					 out and let people enjoy their hobbies with out question things would settle down.     
   
Hope you all have a lovely day!
As a former brony I mostly get pissed off that people waste their time on argueing why bronies are retarded because of a social standard. The logic used in arguements against bronies can be argued for almost any media production. Society shouldn't force it's people into enjoying a specific type of life style, thats whats so amazing about the world today, we have the ability to enjoy several things. We don't criticize people for enjoying sports, why should we chastise people who enjoy cartoons? It also pisses me off that people are so deeply offended by this and not bigger problems that could easily use the extra man power.

Conclusion: Most fandoms have a ****** up group that ***** it up for everyone.The outliers shouldn't define the group as the general brony population are healthy minded individuals that find joy in a color group of ponies in a rather healthy community. Perhaps if we could all chill the **** out and let people enjoy their hobbies with out question things would settle down.

Hope you all have a lovely day!
User avatar #189 to #143 - darkangeloffire (01/24/2014) [-]
As someone who is watching the show Though, I'm still iffy on being called a brony. Not for social standards, just wondering if I should join another fandom I agree with you. Actually, it was ll the hate and Joshscortcher that got me to watch it. I don't regret it.
User avatar #181 to #143 - albertjester (01/24/2014) [-]
oh wow, whats the source of that gif?
#159 to #143 - sedilotsopa (01/24/2014) [-]
no sir. its a great sentiment but is misguided. a guy can be into sports computer games or ballet. he can be a a tap dancer a singer anything he likes and he shouldnt be ridiculed. he shouldnt be called 'gay' or any other derogatory names because thats what he likes.

BUT as humans we have the ability to use common sense. and common sense suggests that any ADULT MALE into what is essentially a young girls toy, cartoon, tv show is not normal.

It is crazy that a 30yr old male will watch and enjoy and dress as and label themselves after and join a group all for ''my little ******* pony''.

you could be the nicest, smartest, kindest man in the world. I'm still gonna tell u to grow the **** up.
User avatar #165 to #159 - epicpoke (01/24/2014) [-]
Well, some of us are overkill. I just watch the show when it comes on, anyone who goes further is pretty gay.
User avatar #160 to #159 - wildberk (01/24/2014) [-]
fair enough. I respect that.
User avatar #152 to #143 - deadadventurer (01/24/2014) [-]
a former brony... What? Your balls finally dropped at the age of 35?
#153 to #152 - wildberk (01/24/2014) [-]
Ha! That made me laugh. Are you trying to imply something about masculinity? Honestly it shouldn't matter in this arguement, as it completely misses the whole point that I am trying to discuss. But if you must know I simply feel out of touch with the community. Without the community it didn't feel like it was worth my time to invest in the show.
User avatar #154 to #153 - deadadventurer (01/24/2014) [-]
Well... It was more a matter of maturity. If I had a daughter aged 10, I would be a good father and watch the show with her IF she liked it. Besides that I find bronies disgusting. There are fathers out there who can't bring their little kids to MLP conventions to meet Tara Strong (She is a cool gal I must admit. Has done voices on many shows.) just because there is a risk of running into horsemask wearing freaks running around in MLP coloured ******** . The brony fandom is a degenerate example of the decline in western culture.
User avatar #172 to #154 - pinkiedash (01/24/2014) [-]
There wouldn't be any mlp conventions if it wasn't for the teenage and adult fans of the show, now you know.
User avatar #177 to #172 - deadadventurer (01/24/2014) [-]
The conventions would probably be lower scale and less autistic. There would still be children who would want to enjoy them.
User avatar #217 to #177 - pinkiedash (01/24/2014) [-]
"blahblahblah autism" *yawn*
User avatar #218 to #217 - deadadventurer (01/24/2014) [-]
*yawn* means that you are too dumb to come up with an answer.
User avatar #220 to #218 - pinkiedash (01/24/2014) [-]
If you say so, douchebag
User avatar #221 to #220 - deadadventurer (01/24/2014) [-]
I did say so clopper.
User avatar #156 to #154 - wildberk (01/24/2014) [-]
Its a fair point to argue about the con thing. Once again, you are focusing on the outlier though, as this is a small percentage in the overall group. Most bronies that I know have normal jobs, are typically normal people in healthy relationships and so on. The decline in western culture can not be pinned on something like MLP at all. The "decline" is made of several factors if you want to look at it like that. But thats a much bigger topic that single group can not be the spear head example of this "western problem"
User avatar #157 to #156 - deadadventurer (01/24/2014) [-]
Yeah yeah. We all got our bad apples. Honestly my first comment was an attempt to be an ******* . You're just too wellspoken to get pissy
#145 to #143 - thewizardsage (01/24/2014) [-]
.The outliers shouldn't define the group

******* well said. This goes for anything and everything. Your post needs more thumbs.....
#146 to #145 - wildberk (01/24/2014) [-]
Thank you mate. I also believe the outlier theory can be applied to all things. I am currently working on a moral theory paper on this very discussion. It's nice to hear that people can agree to it.   
   
Also I love your name. Pretty bad ass.
Thank you mate. I also believe the outlier theory can be applied to all things. I am currently working on a moral theory paper on this very discussion. It's nice to hear that people can agree to it.

Also I love your name. Pretty bad ass.
User avatar #148 to #146 - thewizardsage (01/24/2014) [-]
All things... except maybe ********** .

A moral theory paper, eh? I kind of understand but not really. What is it? A paper about whether or not it is morally right or wrong to watch (or make fun of for watching) MLP?

Also thanks for the compliment about my name. I don't get enough nice things said to me.
#149 to #148 - wildberk (01/24/2014) [-]
In most cases ********** are an outlier in itself.

No. I'm writing a paper on the criticisms of morality and how most methods are horribly flawed and how they can be evaluated instead. It's mostly touching up on what other people have said. The new feminist philopshers have done a lot of the heavy lifting on this subject in the last 12 years. Mlp and other fandoms happen to prove to be a perfect real life situation on why certian types of criticism aren't effective. I am however willing to go full out on this kind of arguement since everyone makes such a big deal out on this. Strangely a lot of this has to do with the current social/feminist philosphy movement.
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