Whenever I hear someone complain about an MLP episode being too predictable, my reaction is always: it’s a show for little girls; what did you expect?
After hearing something about how Derpy’s voice actress chose that voice, I admit that it was offensive. It was still better than her second Dumb Blonde voice.
I have my own weird fetish, so I try not to judge others. Still, you don’t see me shouting from the rooftops how much I like what I like. In short, people have a right to clop; they just have to keep it to themselves.
Princess Celestia. PC! :)
I never finished episode 11 of season 2 because my phone refused to buffer it, so I moved on to episode 12. I still never finished it.
I find it both hilarious, sad, and extremely ironic that bronies emphasize “love and tolerate,” and yet the majority of them ostracize those who clop. It’s just funny in a sad way.
One of the best things I’ve noticed about the fandom is that because it seems to be mostly males they aren’t afraid to show their feminine side so to make a term for female bronies seems pointless to me. Think about it, if someone new was to join the fandom or someone who knew little about it was to review it they would most likely assume that the female audience is mothers and thier daughters where as the males would all be creepy fully grown males watching a show for little girls. The male and female demographic of the show seems to be well united so I think the term ‘Bronies’ should just count for all fans weather they be Male or Female.
As for the term ‘Clop’ or ‘Clopper’ I feel like these are both just words made up to make people who look at rule 34 seem worse that they actually are. Think about it, people who like rule 34 pokemon aren’t called ‘Pokers’. I’m fine with people not liking rule 34 but remember it’s called ‘Rule’ 34 for a reason. I know one major reason people dislike it is because they see it as borderline bestiality, I can understand why they say that but I doubt that people looking at NSFW artwork would like to have sex with horses, it is more about having sexual attraction to the characters themselves. I feel like the term was made solely just to single people out as freaks which makes the fandom seem hypocritical as they are often regarded to as freaks themselves by non bronies.