I feel there is a lot of misunderstanding about Bronies so I want to
help shine some light into this.
I'm a proud Brony. I'm a guy in my 30's, work full-time in the field of
engineering, have a broad range of hobbies and yes I'm a bit of a geek.
When I first hear about 'Friendship is Magic' in late 2011 I had
exactly the same thoughts as everyone else, but I checked it out on
YouTube and found it to be a surprisingly high-quality show. I thought
initially I was the only person in my town that liked it, but there are
thousands of Bronies just in my state in Australia.
But what makes this show special is how social it is. From the art,
music, regular meet ups it's a great way to make friends with other fun
people. From my involvement over the past 18-months I'm proud to say
that this community has supported many worthwhile community projects
(such as projects in Uganda, Burundi, and Tanzania). Now that the Brony
Thank You Fund is an official charity is another great development from
this great fanbase.
The Brony Thank You Fund put out an ad on the same network as the
actual show a while ago. Worth checking out.
Brony Thank You Ad
I highly recommend people take a look at John de Lancie and Michael
Brockhoff's documentary about Bronies. I guarantee it'll be
Yes we go against certain gender stereotypes in society. But what are
stereotypes really? If I really genuinely like something, especially
something that is as positive as MLP, then I say 'rm -rf
Gender-Stereotyping-For-No-Good-Reason' to that!
We don't bar women into Engineering or Computer Science, so in 2013,
what is really so wrong with adults liking a cartoon show that
emphasises friendship, fun and positivity towards everyone?
To all of the Bronies reading this (and there are millions of us),