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2017-10-08 11:36:49 PM  
women who also call themselves "bronies."

I thought they were called "Pegasisters"?
 
2017-10-08 11:38:55 PM  
A wild link appears. *click*

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*checks date on article just in case it's from 2011 or something*

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The movie was fun. Attended a matinee showing on Caturday after the episode aired and was treated to the Wonderbolts doing an impromptu flypast over the highway on my way home, which seemed an appropriate reminder that Princess Trollestia's love for the Herd knows no bounds.
 
2017-10-08 11:56:00 PM  

fusillade762: women who also call themselves "bronies."

I thought they were called "Pegasisters"?


Article sorta addressed it. There were some ruffled feathers as the community sorted it out amongst itself during 2011-2012, but the general move towards using "brony" as a gender-neutral term was that nobody who joined the community with the expectation of getting laid was going to get laid... and nobody who joined the community without the expectation was going to get laid either, so really, what difference did it make?

The best argument for "Pegasister" was that as adult males who ignored the earlier G1/G2/G3/G3.5 generations during our childhoods, we - as male fans of Faust's 4th-generation reboot of the franchise - were the n00bs drunkenly stumbling into a party that Bonnie Zacherle had kicked off three decades ago.

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Without the original generations of the show, Lauren Faust might never have drawn cartoon horses while babysitting for the neighbors, and may have never even gotten into animation in the first place.

My Little Butterfly Effect: Causality is weird.
 
2017-10-09 12:07:50 AM  

Twilight Farkle: fusillade762: women who also call themselves "bronies."

I thought they were called "Pegasisters"?

Article sorta addressed it. There were some ruffled feathers as the community sorted it out amongst itself during 2011-2012, but the general move towards using "brony" as a gender-neutral term was that nobody who joined the community with the expectation of getting laid was going to get laid... and nobody who joined the community without the expectation was going to get laid either, so really, what difference did it make?

The best argument for "Pegasister" was that as adult males who ignored the earlier G1/G2/G3/G3.5 generations during our childhoods, we - as male fans of Faust's 4th-generation reboot of the franchise - were the n00bs drunkenly stumbling into a party that Bonnie Zacherle had kicked off three decades ago.

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Without the original generations of the show, Lauren Faust might never have drawn cartoon horses while babysitting for the neighbors, and may have never even gotten into animation in the first place.

My Little Butterfly Effect: Causality is weird.


With due respect, to those of us outside the community, that's weird.
 
2017-10-09 12:33:25 AM  
Mrs. Moff and I have been married for over 13 years.  Both of us are nerdy types, but we're both into the show too.  We've met many happily married/dating couples at meetups, cons, etc.  Heck, one of the fandom's top 'reaction video' and media personalities got engaged this past weekend.  I've only met him in person a few brief times, but he's an all around good guy.
 
2017-10-09 12:40:05 AM  

MrBallou: With due respect, to those of us outside the community, that's weird.


No offense taken - speaking as one of those who's tangentially-related to the community, the fact that we're still on this pastel-colored ride after seven years, with an 8th season confirmed, on a show that was basically supposed to end after 65 episodes (two and a half seasons over three years for syndication purposes) is even more bewildering.

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I blamethank the cider.
 
2017-10-09 01:07:27 AM  
I am a die-hard comic book cosplayer, and attend a lot comic book conventions and related events. In the Nerdosphere, there's a lot of cross-pollination, which means I have met (and partied with) other fan groups, including Bronies.

These are my observations: Bronies are some of the nicest people I've ever met. Like all nerdy fandoms, there is always a subculture of really weird members. I'm talking about the kind that you make you really uncomfortable with how touch-feely they are, and whom you expect to one day hear were found dead of auto-erotic asphyxiation while wearing a professional quality costume. However, the rest of the male Bronies really do seem to be in touch with their softer, kinder sides, and definitely attract the attention of female Bronies. I've seen several relationships develop and marriages happen. And the one thing that really stands out is how loving and affectionate these couples are.

The other thing I've noticed is that (at least here in Utah) a noticeable percentage of Bronies are hyper-sexualized gay men (NTTAWWT), second only to Anime fanboys.  I have no idea if this is the case with Brony groups in other states, but at least here, it's pretty common.
 
2017-10-09 01:46:51 AM  

Twilight Farkle: fusillade762: women who also call themselves "bronies."

I thought they were called "Pegasisters"?

Article sorta addressed it. There were some ruffled feathers as the community sorted it out amongst itself during 2011-2012, but the general move towards using "brony" as a gender-neutral term was that nobody who joined the community with the expectation of getting laid was going to get laid... and nobody who joined the community without the expectation was going to get laid either, so really, what difference did it make?

The best argument for "Pegasister" was that as adult males who ignored the earlier G1/G2/G3/G3.5 generations during our childhoods, we - as male fans of Faust's 4th-generation reboot of the franchise - were the n00bs drunkenly stumbling into a party that Bonnie Zacherle had kicked off three decades ago.

[2.bp.blogspot.com image 480x360u

Without the original generations of the show, Lauren Faust might never have drawn cartoon horses while babysitting for the neighbors, and may have never even gotten into animation in the first place.

My Little Butterfly Effect: Causality is weird.


Username checks out.
 
2017-10-09 04:00:52 AM  
Friendzone Is Tragic
 
2017-10-09 04:14:08 AM  

Twilight Farkle: A wild link appears. *click*

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*checks date on article just in case it's from 2011 or something*

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The movie was fun. Attended a matinee showing on Caturday after the episode aired and was treated to the Wonderbolts doing an impromptu flypast over the highway on my way home, which seemed an appropriate reminder that Princess Trollestia's love for the Herd knows no bounds.


Is the movie good? I tend to be skeptical about movies based on tv shows. Also, do you need to be current on the show for it to make sense, because I'm about 2 or 3 seasons behind.

As for bronies, (I don't really consider myself one even though I watch the show sometimes, though I haven't in well over a year) I don't entirely understand all the crap they get. Yeah, it's an easy target and it's something that you won't expect, but they're just people who like a show, why harass them over it?
 
2017-10-09 04:19:22 AM  
Yeah, but their raves suck though.

Worst rave EVER
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2017-10-09 04:43:26 AM  
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2017-10-09 04:55:53 AM  
Joe Goes Bronies (My Little Pony Convention)
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2017-10-09 06:33:05 AM  
Ok, as a person outside the fandom; can anyone tell me something that has come from the fandom that is entirely reprehensible to humanity in general? Besides the whole rule 34 deal, cause every fandom has that.

Just trying to understand why some see bronies as weird or creepy above all other fandoms. Except possibly jelousy.
 
2017-10-09 06:36:19 AM  
The guy who got me in to pony was married with two kids, a boy and a girl, and made a very comfortable life for his family by working 25 hours a day eight days a week to get a teacher's license and taking them back to Australia where there are no guns but everything else will kill you.

He also turned me on to clone wars and rasberry chu hi, which is a canned cocktail and not a tv series.
 
2017-10-09 06:45:01 AM  

Smoking GNU: Ok, as a person outside the fandom; can anyone tell me something that has come from the fandom that is entirely reprehensible to humanity in general? Besides the whole rule 34 deal, cause every fandom has that.

Just trying to understand why some see bronies as weird or creepy above all other fandoms. Except possibly jelousy.


The main reason on fark is that pony is the only animation fandom anyone over the age of 40 or so has seen here.

The don't understand what it's like over on /co/ or /a/ or ... well let's keep it vanilla, eh? Hell, I bet those old farts don't even know about what was going on with their characters in those old Tijuana Bibles you sometimes run across.
 
2017-10-09 06:48:29 AM  

Smoking GNU: Ok, as a person outside the fandom; can anyone tell me something that has come from the fandom that is entirely reprehensible to humanity in general? Besides the whole rule 34 deal, cause every fandom has that.

Just trying to understand why some see bronies as weird or creepy above all other fandoms. Except possibly jelousy.


I am also outside this universe and sort of assumed it was full of pedos.  I am afraid to do any googling to unprove this since the very act of googling that will put me on a list somewhere.
 
2017-10-09 08:02:04 AM  
Too lazy to Google for it but a couple of years ago there was an article in Playboy (peace be upon Hef) where the reporter covered a Brony-con.  He admitted from the start that the whole original purpose of the article was to go  make fun of the bronies. However, after a couple of days, he found that while many of them were a bit odd, they were overall the nicest and friendliest group of people he'd ever met in his life. So while they didn't make him into a Brony convert, they at least made him want to try to be a little less of an asshole.

It was a good read, you should look it up.
 
2017-10-09 08:15:57 AM  

Ishkur: Yeah, but their raves suck though.

[Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/sx6jVNk-Qbsu


That video should be a warning that happy hardcore, video game music, and Japanese pop music should never be mixed.
 
2017-10-09 09:07:08 AM  

The Googles Do Nothing: Smoking GNU: Ok, as a person outside the fandom; can anyone tell me something that has come from the fandom that is entirely reprehensible to humanity in general? Besides the whole rule 34 deal, cause every fandom has that.

Just trying to understand why some see bronies as weird or creepy above all other fandoms. Except possibly jelousy.

I am also outside this universe and sort of assumed it was full of pedos.  I am afraid to do any googling to unprove this since the very act of googling that will put me on a list somewhere.


Why did you assume pedos?

Am I a pedo for watching SpongeBob SquarePants?

Or are you just one of those goofuses who believes everyone that is a weirdo is a pedophile?
 
2017-10-09 09:20:54 AM  

Smackledorfer: The Googles Do Nothing: Smoking GNU: Ok, as a person outside the fandom; can anyone tell me something that has come from the fandom that is entirely reprehensible to humanity in general? Besides the whole rule 34 deal, cause every fandom has that.

Just trying to understand why some see bronies as weird or creepy above all other fandoms. Except possibly jelousy.

I am also outside this universe and sort of assumed it was full of pedos.  I am afraid to do any googling to unprove this since the very act of googling that will put me on a list somewhere.

Why did you assume pedos?

Am I a pedo for watching SpongeBob SquarePants?

Or are you just one of those goofuses who believes everyone that is a weirdo is a pedophile?


Cartoons are for kids.  Nevermind abundant examples all through the history of film and television that say otherwise, cartoons are for kids.

Therefore, if you like cartoons, you want to have sex with children.  QED.

/in the Darkest Timeline, I feel compelled to point out that this is SARCASM.
 
2017-10-09 09:28:14 AM  

Kurohone: Smackledorfer: The Googles Do Nothing: Smoking GNU: Ok, as a person outside the fandom; can anyone tell me something that has come from the fandom that is entirely reprehensible to humanity in general? Besides the whole rule 34 deal, cause every fandom has that.

Just trying to understand why some see bronies as weird or creepy above all other fandoms. Except possibly jelousy.

I am also outside this universe and sort of assumed it was full of pedos.  I am afraid to do any googling to unprove this since the very act of googling that will put me on a list somewhere.

Why did you assume pedos?

Am I a pedo for watching SpongeBob SquarePants?

Or are you just one of those goofuses who believes everyone that is a weirdo is a pedophile?

Cartoons are for kids.  Nevermind abundant examples all through the history of film and television that say otherwise, cartoons are for kids.

Therefore, if you like cartoons, you want to have sex with children.  QED.

/in the Darkest Timeline, I feel compelled to point out that this is SARCASM.


Sounds about right.
 
2017-10-09 09:32:57 AM  

Smackledorfer: The Googles Do Nothing: Smoking GNU: Ok, as a person outside the fandom; can anyone tell me something that has come from the fandom that is entirely reprehensible to humanity in general? Besides the whole rule 34 deal, cause every fandom has that.

Just trying to understand why some see bronies as weird or creepy above all other fandoms. Except possibly jelousy.

I am also outside this universe and sort of assumed it was full of pedos.  I am afraid to do any googling to unprove this since the very act of googling that will put me on a list somewhere.

Why did you assume pedos?

Am I a pedo for watching SpongeBob SquarePants?

Or are you just one of those goofuses who believes everyone that is a weirdo is a pedophile?


It was originally a cartoon for little girls.

So, anyone not a little girl gets hit with the "ZOMG PEDOFILE" rap.

I don't know why people who watch Adventure Time or Doctor Who aren't hit with the "ZOMG PEDOFILE" accusations, other than the fact that those are children's shows that are more male oriented and as decades of Penn State behavior and centuries of Catholic Church history taught us, no one seems to give a fark if you molest young boys.
 
2017-10-09 09:45:56 AM  

ElectricPeterTork: Smackledorfer: The Googles Do Nothing: Smoking GNU: Ok, as a person outside the fandom; can anyone tell me something that has come from the fandom that is entirely reprehensible to humanity in general? Besides the whole rule 34 deal, cause every fandom has that.

Just trying to understand why some see bronies as weird or creepy above all other fandoms. Except possibly jelousy.

I am also outside this universe and sort of assumed it was full of pedos.  I am afraid to do any googling to unprove this since the very act of googling that will put me on a list somewhere.

Why did you assume pedos?

Am I a pedo for watching SpongeBob SquarePants?

Or are you just one of those goofuses who believes everyone that is a weirdo is a pedophile?

It was originally a cartoon for little girls.

So, anyone not a little girl gets hit with the "ZOMG PEDOFILE" rap.

I don't know why people who watch Adventure Time or Doctor Who aren't hit with the "ZOMG PEDOFILE" accusations, other than the fact that those are children's shows that are more male oriented and as decades of Penn State behavior and centuries of Catholic Church history taught us, no one seems to give a fark if you molest young boys.


Adventure Time's Finn is basically a near perfectly just and enlightened being. I've got 7 and 8 year old boys, and it's very easy to get them to do the right thing when I ask them how Finn would approach the situation. I guess it's like the old WWJD except more fun 8 seasons beats 4 gospels.
 
2017-10-09 09:49:26 AM  

Kurohone: Cartoons are for kids.


Indeed.  (NSFW Language)

MLP Fim Twilight "Clara" Sparkle reveals her true dark self
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2017-10-09 10:12:37 AM  

Smackledorfer: The Googles Do Nothing: Smoking GNU: Ok, as a person outside the fandom; can anyone tell me something that has come from the fandom that is entirely reprehensible to humanity in general? Besides the whole rule 34 deal, cause every fandom has that.

Just trying to understand why some see bronies as weird or creepy above all other fandoms. Except possibly jelousy.

I am also outside this universe and sort of assumed it was full of pedos.  I am afraid to do any googling to unprove this since the very act of googling that will put me on a list somewhere.

Why did you assume pedos?

Am I a pedo for watching SpongeBob SquarePants?

Or are you just one of those goofuses who believes everyone that is a weirdo is a pedophile?


Do you want bathroom bills?

Because this is how you get bathroom bills!
 
2017-10-09 10:15:25 AM  

gunga galunga: Do you want bathroom bills?


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2017-10-09 10:15:35 AM  

fusillade762: women who also call themselves "bronies."

I thought they were called "Pegasisters"?


...because that's nothing to do with pegging, which would be a totally inaccurate and most unfortunate association for these fine upstanding clean-cut citizens.

/snicker
//whinny
///NAY!
 
2017-10-09 11:28:25 AM  
The real problem with dating bronies is you have to put up with this...
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2017-10-09 11:37:24 AM  
A show that is based around being good to your fellows and getting through difficult times together has a fandom that tries to live up to the ideal of friendship.

Meanwhile, a show about cynical, violent gross-out humor with no consequences has a fandom that gets stabby over a condiment.
 
2017-10-09 11:52:52 AM  
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2017-10-09 11:53:46 AM  

SirSigsegV: Is the movie good? I tend to be skeptical about movies based on tv shows. Also, do you need to be current on the show for it to make sense, because I'm about 2 or 3 seasons behind.


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If you enjoyed the show enough to watch more than a season of it, you'll enjoy what is effectively a 4-or-5-episode-at-once movie. (Episode 1: Let's show off our new animation pipeline, Episode 2: New surface world, Episode 3: New air-based world, Episode 4: New waterworld with seaponies, Episode 5: Bring them all together for the boss battle, group hug, and one more song.)

The mix of 2D/3D elements (they went to a new animation pipeline based on Toon Boom Harmony and were able to do stuff that couldn't be done in the show's 2D Flash-based pipeline) looks better on the big screen than it did in the YouTube trailers a few weeks ago.

tl;dr: If you enjoyed the show, it's good enough. The pacing's a bit awkward at times, but you definitely don't need to be up to date on the show for things to make sense. And it was more fun to see it in a theater than on a TV screen.
 
2017-10-09 12:12:09 PM  

Twilight Farkle: The pacing's a bit awkward at times


Spoiler alert, the pacing is always off. Remember Magical Mystery Cure? 44 minutes jammed into 22
 
2017-10-09 12:28:26 PM  

Twilight Farkle: tl;dr: If you enjoyed the show, it's good enough. The pacing's a bit awkward at times, but you definitely don't need to be up to date on the show for things to make sense. And it was more fun to see it in a theater than on a TV screen.


That's a very good way to put it and I concur. I have to admit I have my geek interest in how the show gets made, its crew and its cast, and I do have fun analyzing the show with an eye for what they are trying to do versus the limits of the medium and the format.
 
2017-10-09 12:36:56 PM  

Hills-Sachs_Legion: Twilight Farkle: tl;dr: If you enjoyed the show, it's good enough. The pacing's a bit awkward at times, but you definitely don't need to be up to date on the show for things to make sense. And it was more fun to see it in a theater than on a TV screen.

That's a very good way to put it and I concur. I have to admit I have my geek interest in how the show gets made, its crew and its cast, and I do have fun analyzing the show with an eye for what they are trying to do versus the limits of the medium and the format.


Ah, so you'd be the person to have the debates over the dead Apples, or the Tank "hibernation" episode being a "dealing with the death of a pet in all but flat out saying it" show.
 
2017-10-09 12:47:40 PM  

Smoking GNU: Ok, as a person outside the fandom; can anyone tell me something that has come from the fandom that is entirely reprehensible to humanity in general? Besides the whole rule 34 deal, cause every fandom has that.

Just trying to understand why some see bronies as weird or creepy above all other fandoms. Except possibly jelousy.


Because it's a cartoon for little girls. Adults aren't supposed to like cartoons and guys aren't supposed to like girl stuff and omg the sky is falling or some sh*t.
 
2017-10-09 01:31:31 PM  

Twilight Farkle: MrBallou: With due respect, to those of us outside the community, that's weird.

No offense taken - speaking as one of those who's tangentially-related to the community, the fact that we're still on this pastel-colored ride after seven years, with an 8th season confirmed, on a show that was basically supposed to end after 65 episodes (two and a half seasons over three years for syndication purposes) is even more bewildering.

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I blamethank the cider.


 The show is undoubtedly something special. Not just one of the first flash animated cartoons that actually had quality behind both art and writing, it came along when the market was starved for that.

It has over-arching plot lines, characters develop, and things that happen mostly stay happened. Great voice acting and catchy songs didn't hurt, either.

With just that, it could have been a hit series, but it had something more: It was a message of pure love and acceptance and friendship in a world that has only gotten more complicated and scary and so very, very full of hate. The 3, 5, & 7 year olds in the house all love it.

I am hardly shocked that hard-core fans who've spent years adoring the show have become, on average, Better People.
 
2017-10-09 01:50:26 PM  

Hills-Sachs_Legion: A show that is based around being good to your fellows and getting through difficult times together has a fandom that tries to live up to the ideal of friendship.

Meanwhile, a show about cynical, violent gross-out humor with no consequences has a fandom that gets stabby over a condiment.


There is very little left in pop culture media that is positive or hopeful.

They've even farking taken Star Trek away from us and replaced it with generic emo grim and gritty siffy show #7295619.

If the only place left to go for a positive, hopeful outlook on things is a world of candy colored ponies, well...
 
2017-10-09 03:39:32 PM  
Pony thread?
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2017-10-09 04:26:12 PM  
Bronies may be weird but they seem to be decent people usually. Fark has at least taught me that.
 
2017-10-09 04:31:46 PM  

Twilight Farkle: MrBallou: With due respect, to those of us outside the community, that's weird.

No offense taken - speaking as one of those who's tangentially-related to the community, the fact that we're still on this pastel-colored ride after seven years, with an 8th season confirmed, on a show that was basically supposed to end after 65 episodes (two and a half seasons over three years for syndication purposes) is even more bewildering.

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I blamethank the cider.


Well, Transformers was supposed to be a one-shot, and look how that turned out.
In fact I used to have the final issue of G1, in which the cover declared it as "Issue 80 of a four issue limited series!"
 
2017-10-09 06:53:55 PM  

Smoking GNU: Ok, as a person outside the fandom; can anyone tell me something that has come from the fandom that is entirely reprehensible to humanity in general? Besides the whole rule 34 deal, cause every fandom has that.

Just trying to understand why some see bronies as weird or creepy above all other fandoms. Except possibly jelousy.


The only things they've really been accused of is pedophilia, but that's mostly just the accusations from Tumblr babies who make unfounded accusations against everybody, then send death threats to those people to "save kids".

/Basically, the alt-right aped most of their more reprehensible online activities from Tumblr.
 
2017-10-09 07:23:38 PM  
I don't much like trying to use fandom to define people. Every fan group has a subgroup of jackasses/creeps, like the people who put Swastikas on their OCs or the Rick and Morty fans harasssing people for sauce.

/generally speaking, the pony people are very nice
//personality will always be more important than media tastes
 
2017-10-09 09:07:44 PM  

real_headhoncho: Pony thread?
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I wanted to talk about the movie, but I didn't see the thread this week.

I liked it, even though Trixie didn't get to talk.
 
2017-10-09 09:14:06 PM  

doglover: real_headhoncho: Pony thread?
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I wanted to talk about the movie, but I didn't see the thread this week.

I liked it, even though Trixie didn't get to talk.


Movie thread or Pony thread?
 
2017-10-09 09:27:04 PM  

real_headhoncho: doglover: real_headhoncho: Pony thread?
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I wanted to talk about the movie, but I didn't see the thread this week.

I liked it, even though Trixie didn't get to talk.

Movie thread or Pony thread?


The movie. It was pretty. The 3D stuff worked, and Pinkie Pie's rubbery face really worked well with it.

I also liked the idea that there were serious civilizations out there that think "All these stupid horses do it eat cake and drink cider. Such a waste."
 
2017-10-10 11:05:46 AM  
I'm coming to the conclusion that we really need to study the bronies.

I mean, think about it. This is a community founded by some of the creepiest, most toxic people on the planet, for no other reason than to mock everything that was wrong with media fandom. And then some people joined who weren't in on the joke, and some of the trolls also decided that it was actually kind of nice, and suddenly the community was no less creepy and gross but it was real and ever more horrifying.

But the story doesn't end there, because just a few short years after this, the bronies managed something that few if any fan communities have managed before or since: somehow, they got rid of the trolls. Not completely -no community ever does- but somehow, they got the proportion of trolls from a high of literally 100% at its founding down to no proportions no worse, if not better, than most other online fandoms. And as they got rid of the trolls, the creepiness basically vanished as well: again not completely, because no fandom ever manages that, but no worse than any other, down from a high of 100%.

Bottom line: the bronies are a rare example of a successfully rehabilitated fandom, and not just retaken from malicious interlopers, but overtaken from malicious founders. This is damn near the Holy Grail of online community management, and we need to get researchers investigating this yesterday. How the heck did they do it?
 
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