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#2 - ohhyesbabyohhyes (07/05/2012) [-]
**ohhyesbabyohhyes rolled a random image posted in comment #6339852 at FJ Pony Thread ** iz bezt bro
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#88 - And that's basically all i wanted to point out. Thank the univ…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/27/2012 on Fan Names (Read Descrip.) 0
User avatar #89 - dtox (05/27/2012) [-]
you too :)
#77 - OK I like your opinion, but let me clarify that although broni…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/27/2012 on Fan Names (Read Descrip.) 0
User avatar #78 - dtox (05/27/2012) [-]
now that's sort of generalizing.

I certainly don't do that, and many of my friends, who're bronies, don't do that either. we know that there are times and places for these things. that's not to say that there aren't any bronies who do that, but those who do are fewer in number than you suggest.

there ARE homosexuals who feel the need to do what you say, they accentuate their sexuality/standing through public display (The old comedy show "in living color" had a very exaggerated character which represents what I'm talking about, with jim carry playing "the overconfident homosexual").

There are bronies, furries, homosexuals, minorities, feminists, vegetarians, religious people, and other such individuals of groups who take their identity and make it a point to make it known, publicly, to others, some of which can be rather obnoxious when situations don't call for it.

it's what's called the "vocal minority," and this is with every group of people.

of course, I understand your annoyance, just saying.
#88 - djcubanguy (05/27/2012) [-]
And that's basically all i wanted to point out. Thank the universe this small argument was presented by an actual person with well developed opinions and not some mindless troll. Pleasure talking with you sir and may you have a great life full of excitement and emotion. Good Night!
User avatar #89 - dtox (05/27/2012) [-]
you too :)
#71 - Alright. You make a valid point but then again so did i. I'd r…  [+] (5 new replies) 05/27/2012 on Fan Names (Read Descrip.) 0
User avatar #74 - dtox (05/27/2012) [-]
I understand what you mean, and yes you did bring up a good point (just, before you replied, it seemed like that was your only point of view). I just want to give an example of why some things are necessary to certain groups.

take the gay movement for example (I am not relating being a brony to being homosexual FYI), the gay movement is faced with the intolerance and hatred of many people (primarily those of a religious faith), they hold signs at them and shout at them for being different. to combat such things, they have things, such as the gay pride parade, to shout them down and show to everyone that they aren't going to back down and that their beliefs are strong and immovable.

the bronies are in a similar position, we have haters who act intolerable and vulgar towards us, even people who create biased reports on our activity (fox news, and other news stations, have made public broadcasts reporting on bronies, many of which are extremely biased and negative about us, and have even caused conflict between fans of MLP and their own families). and so to combat such things, we have a community, a bronycon, and even get support from people (john de lancie for instance, voice of a character from MLP and one who played as Q from star trek, has taken a special interest in us and is doing a documentary).

it's just a product of a sociological phenomenon, one that has many factors to it and cannot be simplified as easily as you suggest.
#77 - djcubanguy (05/27/2012) [-]
OK I like your opinion, but let me clarify that although bronies and homosexuals are hated on it is an entirely different matter, and thus there are entirely different reasons to hate on them. As you pointed out Gays do show their pride but only on GAY PARADES. I'll present you this example: When a homosexual man (or woman) meets another homosexual they don't high five saying " Haha, homo-hoof" unlike many bronies that i have seen that do the exact same (Except they say "Bro-hoof" of course). What i am trying to say is that bronies show their pride wherever they go which in turn makes them very different from homosexuals who take part in pride parades. They are there because they accepted being gay (and don't care if others did) and want to show it on THAT day. But bronies just keep reminding everyone that they're bronies, even the trolls who already make fun of them when instead they should be doing something productive (Both the bronies and the trolls).
User avatar #78 - dtox (05/27/2012) [-]
now that's sort of generalizing.

I certainly don't do that, and many of my friends, who're bronies, don't do that either. we know that there are times and places for these things. that's not to say that there aren't any bronies who do that, but those who do are fewer in number than you suggest.

there ARE homosexuals who feel the need to do what you say, they accentuate their sexuality/standing through public display (The old comedy show "in living color" had a very exaggerated character which represents what I'm talking about, with jim carry playing "the overconfident homosexual").

There are bronies, furries, homosexuals, minorities, feminists, vegetarians, religious people, and other such individuals of groups who take their identity and make it a point to make it known, publicly, to others, some of which can be rather obnoxious when situations don't call for it.

it's what's called the "vocal minority," and this is with every group of people.

of course, I understand your annoyance, just saying.
#88 - djcubanguy (05/27/2012) [-]
And that's basically all i wanted to point out. Thank the universe this small argument was presented by an actual person with well developed opinions and not some mindless troll. Pleasure talking with you sir and may you have a great life full of excitement and emotion. Good Night!
User avatar #89 - dtox (05/27/2012) [-]
you too :)
#33 - Please stop with this "avatard" bullshit. The real r…  [+] (11 new replies) 05/26/2012 on Fan Names (Read Descrip.) +20
User avatar #68 - dtox (05/27/2012) [-]
except....that's wrong.

the term "brony" wouldn't have come about if there wasn't such a shitstorm raised over the fact that a show meant for little girls was being watched and made popular by a fanbase of adult males.

I mean really, how ignorant can you be to assume that there isn't people who get their balls in a twist when they hear "grown men watching ponies," the kind of ignorance that I've seen spewed from the mouths of people who simply HEAR that phrase is staggering.

Look at the startrek fandom way back when, and how the term "trekkies" came about, it was because being into things like that back then was so unpopular (and looked down upon by many) that people needed a sense of community to feel secure in their desire to enjoy what it was they liked. This is something comparable to what's happened with MLP, except we have the madness of gender roles thrown into the mix this time.
#71 - djcubanguy (05/27/2012) [-]
Alright. You make a valid point but then again so did i. I'd rather not start a long discussion about other people's ignorance and intolerance when it comes to what activities (from watching TV, playing sports) men and women should find enjoyable. I'll just say i have yet to meet someone that's intolerant enough to hate bronies (aside from the average internet troll). Still though what i wanted to make clear was that those names would only HELP TO FUEL their hate and we should all just "chill the fuck out" and smoke some weed. Peace
User avatar #74 - dtox (05/27/2012) [-]
I understand what you mean, and yes you did bring up a good point (just, before you replied, it seemed like that was your only point of view). I just want to give an example of why some things are necessary to certain groups.

take the gay movement for example (I am not relating being a brony to being homosexual FYI), the gay movement is faced with the intolerance and hatred of many people (primarily those of a religious faith), they hold signs at them and shout at them for being different. to combat such things, they have things, such as the gay pride parade, to shout them down and show to everyone that they aren't going to back down and that their beliefs are strong and immovable.

the bronies are in a similar position, we have haters who act intolerable and vulgar towards us, even people who create biased reports on our activity (fox news, and other news stations, have made public broadcasts reporting on bronies, many of which are extremely biased and negative about us, and have even caused conflict between fans of MLP and their own families). and so to combat such things, we have a community, a bronycon, and even get support from people (john de lancie for instance, voice of a character from MLP and one who played as Q from star trek, has taken a special interest in us and is doing a documentary).

it's just a product of a sociological phenomenon, one that has many factors to it and cannot be simplified as easily as you suggest.
#77 - djcubanguy (05/27/2012) [-]
OK I like your opinion, but let me clarify that although bronies and homosexuals are hated on it is an entirely different matter, and thus there are entirely different reasons to hate on them. As you pointed out Gays do show their pride but only on GAY PARADES. I'll present you this example: When a homosexual man (or woman) meets another homosexual they don't high five saying " Haha, homo-hoof" unlike many bronies that i have seen that do the exact same (Except they say "Bro-hoof" of course). What i am trying to say is that bronies show their pride wherever they go which in turn makes them very different from homosexuals who take part in pride parades. They are there because they accepted being gay (and don't care if others did) and want to show it on THAT day. But bronies just keep reminding everyone that they're bronies, even the trolls who already make fun of them when instead they should be doing something productive (Both the bronies and the trolls).
User avatar #78 - dtox (05/27/2012) [-]
now that's sort of generalizing.

I certainly don't do that, and many of my friends, who're bronies, don't do that either. we know that there are times and places for these things. that's not to say that there aren't any bronies who do that, but those who do are fewer in number than you suggest.

there ARE homosexuals who feel the need to do what you say, they accentuate their sexuality/standing through public display (The old comedy show "in living color" had a very exaggerated character which represents what I'm talking about, with jim carry playing "the overconfident homosexual").

There are bronies, furries, homosexuals, minorities, feminists, vegetarians, religious people, and other such individuals of groups who take their identity and make it a point to make it known, publicly, to others, some of which can be rather obnoxious when situations don't call for it.

it's what's called the "vocal minority," and this is with every group of people.

of course, I understand your annoyance, just saying.
#88 - djcubanguy (05/27/2012) [-]
And that's basically all i wanted to point out. Thank the universe this small argument was presented by an actual person with well developed opinions and not some mindless troll. Pleasure talking with you sir and may you have a great life full of excitement and emotion. Good Night!
User avatar #89 - dtox (05/27/2012) [-]
you too :)
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#35 - themiigoss (05/26/2012) [-]
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User avatar #34 - nyangiraffe (05/26/2012) [-]
This guy is speaking the truth.
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