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[This is a racist wiki's article on the television series My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. No, this is not a parody. Yes, that is a Star of David symbol after Lauren Faust's name.]

To make the toys popular, Hashbro finances the preparation of a movie. The director is Lauren Faust?. The story plays in Equestria, country of the horses. Ponies live a communistic, multicultural society. Most inhabitants of Equestria are mares, who according to the movie have lesbian relations with each other. Many of the actors openly state to be homosexual, in a movie created for children under 12 years old. The series tries to make popular liberal ideas like tolerance and accepting differences and perversions, as if they would be normal and preferable.

[What follows are pictures of some of the characters, along with short descriptions of them.]

Twilight Sparkle, the main actor, a one-horned animal. Quits school to play with friends. That's the example children need.....

Applejack, white farmers mocked as 'White Trash' (Also:Redneck) by Jews and blacks in the USA. This actor parodizes these mocked persons.

Rainbow Dash, openly homosexual, a pegazus horse, who lives with a lesbian griff-bird.


Pinkie Pie, a pony, who likes sweet food, some interpret this as drug addict.

Steven Magnet, a homosexual water dragon, who cares much about his appearance.

Spike, loves Rarity, a pony, even though he is a dragon. With this besides sodomy also zoophilia or at least miscenegation appears in the series.

Hoity-Toity, Pony, openly homosexual, fashion creator.


The series was originally written for teenage girls, however, there are boys and men, who are fans of these movies in the USA and Canada. They are degenerated, often homosexual, typically white middle class men, they call themselves "Brony". Their web page (http://www.equestriadaily.com/) is full of images and written material to make sexual aberrations popular. The fans meet regularly and try to convince all people to live as abnormal as they do.

Metapedia, Metapedia 113 Comments [10/23/2012 3:28:23 AM]
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Submitted By: Wykked Wytch

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I don’t identify myself as a brony (not the same way I see myself as a whovian ;) ) and just wanted to watch a few episodes to see what all the fuss was about, but I must say I enjoyed the whole two seasons very much and I am looking forward to season 3.

So I can only recommend to give it a look.


Maybe you should check a dictionary before writing an article for an “encyclopedia”.

MLPFIM is a TV series not a movie…

This kind of “one-horned animal” is called a unicorn…

And you seem to be a little bit confused. The mane cast are not “actors”, they are drawings (or better Flash animation). Maybe you wanted to use the word “character”. You know that these ponies are not real, do you?


in a movie[sic] created for children under 12 years old.
The series was originally written for teenage girls

Do I sense a little bit of contradiction here?


That was great. Preach on, comrade!

Seriously (as far as possible with such a topic), I wanted also adress the "communistic" part but I thought someone more familiar with the series would be better at it. And you proved me right!

10/23/2012 7:05:33 AM


As it is a movie for kids, the issue is not sex, but co-habitation, and more or less platonic love, I'm sure. I'm too old to ever have played with these horses, so I don't know.

"The series tries to make popular liberal ideas like tolerance and accepting differences and perversions, as if they would be normal and preferable."
None of that abnormal and unwanted tolerance and acceptance for us!!!

Have you talked to all these boys and men, dearie? How else can you know about their sexual preference? Maybe they just like sparkly things, even though they were born with something dangling between their legs.

10/23/2012 7:09:37 AM


The series tries to make popular liberal ideas like tolerance and accepting differences and perversions, as if they would be normal

Tolerating differences? Oh the horror! We can't be having tolerance all over the place. Why, that would create a better and more peaceful world and who wants that?

10/23/2012 7:15:19 AM

Fundies Make Me Sick

Bronys are terrible, I agree, but a lot of those descriptions are BS.

10/23/2012 7:16:09 AM


I'm too old for this, but it seems harmless enough, and even somewhat educational.

If I might address the Metapedia author with a cross-reference from a simpler time... "Yahoo!"

10/23/2012 7:21:12 AM

Power Skunk

@ cdcdrr.
Dude, that was great. I was actually taking you seriously up to the end. Then I chortled heartily. Bravo, sir/ma'am.

10/23/2012 7:22:04 AM


"Twilight Sparkle, the main actor, a one-horned animal"

Why am I not surprised this jerkwad doesn't have enough of a soul to know what a unicorn is?

10/23/2012 8:00:14 AM


What, you can't think of anything to say about Fluttershy and Rarity? Nothing? Come on, now, you're seasoned mental gymnists! Fine, I'll do it.

Fluttershy is an outwardly calm and demure mare that draws people in only to eventually reveal herself as a demonic spirit of rage that attempts to mentally destabilize them and convince them to join her army of darkness.

Rarity's industriousness is a two-pronged assault on the purity of our youth, both an attempt to lead them to the 'positives' of communism and working for nothing and trying to convince women that they can survive on their own by their own hands (hooves?).

Phew, it hurts to think that way. I think I'll go watch some FiM to take the load off.

10/23/2012 8:20:36 AM


These inferior subhumans haven't actually watched "MLP:FiM", have they? Proof?:

"Twilight Sparkle, the main actor, a one-horned animal. Quits school to play with friends."

Au contraire. Quite the opposite, in fact. Twilight Sparkle was trained from a young filly by Princess Celestia in magic (as she's a Unicorn, natch), and to study all kinds of arcane - as well as other educational - tomes. Thus, if anything, she was very much the Bookworm who had little in the way of social experience, therefore Celestia insisted that she become the librarian of Ponyville, and to make friends; also to report to her on a regular basis (via Spike the dragon's magic breath-transmitted letterscrolls) about the myriad aspects of Friendship.

Twilight Sparkle is best pony, because she's intellectual, and I like intellectuals. :3


"Metapedia seems to have trolled itself. Bravo."

And Princess Trollestia didn't even have a hoof in the process, neither. Just shows how powerful this Alicorn is, eh?

10/23/2012 8:34:12 AM

Guy who considers himself a brony

Don't care if someone thinks the show is the best thing ever or a terrible kid's cartoon, just don't be a dick about it regardless.

10/23/2012 8:54:45 AM

If anything, the show is actually a little too white-washed for what it's trying to do.

10/23/2012 8:57:14 AM


Starts out crazy and gets more and more insane until we get to "The fans meet regularly and try to convince all people to live as abnormal as they do." You can of course imagine all teenage girls getting together regularly to convince all people to become homosexuals and zoophiles.

10/23/2012 9:09:29 AM



10/23/2012 9:21:28 AM


"who according to the movie have lesbian relations with each other" You seem to have confused the mountains of ponyslash on the internet with canonical story art... O.o (You'd think if they were getting it on in the series, I would have noticed)

10/23/2012 9:23:44 AM


Well, I'm disappointed with the comments. I was expecting more pictures of ponies saying things.

At least Anon-e-moose didn't disappoint.

10/23/2012 9:25:08 AM

Gabriel LaVedier


An excellent ramble. However I have an issue. I would argue that, in fact, the prncesses are the captives of their subjects. Immortal but not invincible, they perform a task no longer farmed out to a greatly-expanded population, who would use this control to lord it over the other races, as they did before Equestria existed. Having princesses lets the races pursue their own decadence at leisure without having to consider a very vital service.

But bear in mind I say this as an ardent Equestrian Diarchist with henotheist loyalty to her majesty Princess Luna. So your mileage may vary.

10/23/2012 9:29:44 AM


Their doctor who article is a tad underewhelming.

As for ponies... Well ill agree with white washed. They are, for the most part, that none equine/bovine animals as rather poor examples. Dragons could be excellent traders. Flight, high carrying capacity, interest in high value objects.

10/23/2012 9:31:57 AM


Yeah, this has to be a poe.

I really don't see someone besides a fan knowing this much about the show. And Applejack is hardly a parody! She is one of the most positive portrayals of country folk I've ever seen.

10/23/2012 9:40:52 AM

Citizen Justin

Are Metapedia aware of the very strange far-right-wing blog 'My Nationalist Pony'?

10/23/2012 9:48:30 AM


I'm not a fan of this show, and have only seen a few episodes to get a jist of what everyone on the Internet was loosing their minds over. Sexuality is not a theme of the show and is never brought up so I guess it's pretty impressive for a character to be openly gay on a program that never deals with or mentions sexual orientation. In fact it seems like you basically call any character on this show who doesn't meet with your approved gender-roles as gay. Rainbow Dash is gay because she's a sporty, competitive girl. Steven and Hoity-Toity are gay because they're male but are vain and/or interested in fashion. And some idiots can interpret Pinkie's love of sugar with a drug addiction, but not every interpretation of a fiction is valid. Also how is Spike's crush on Rarity sodomy? That's a hetero-normative attraction.

Again my point stands, you assume someone's sexuality based solely on how close they conform to your narrow-interpretations of gender-roles and nothing else. I'm sad you live in such a small, closed minded world and that you've actually given me reason to like Bronies, so for that, go fuck yourself.

10/23/2012 9:59:44 AM


I don't have much use for furries, but I'd love to see this guy turned over to a group of them.

10/23/2012 10:13:01 AM


I've never noticed any of the characters had genitals ...

10/23/2012 10:20:32 AM


Wow, we must not have been watching the same "My Little Pony".

I know a guy who's a brony (which is how I'm watching the series) and he is most decidedly NOT homosexual.

The thing that's nice about FiM is that it manages to be simple without being patronizing or mindless, which is a combination many elementary-age kids' shows seem to miss. Plus, Pinkie Pie is hilarious. :)

I will admit, Applejack's accent is overdone, but she's hardly what I'd call "white trash".

10/23/2012 10:25:56 AM

Filin De Blanc

"I will admit, Applejack's accent is overdone, but she's hardly what I'd call "white trash"."

Lies, AJ's accent is the greatest thing ever. :P

10/23/2012 10:40:22 AM


Never got into My Little Pony, it wasn't on during my childhood alloted time for TV watching, and I'm not interested in it now.

And yet, to show just how nefarious the show is, I am liberal. That is some reach.

10/23/2012 10:44:18 AM

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