With every year that it is allowed to corrode society, moonbattery makes adults a little more like children, and men a little more like liberals. The situation has deteriorated to the point of sheer horror:
There are grown men out there who devote themselves to the rainbow-unicorn-sparkly-pastel fantasy world of the children’s TV show “My Little Pony.” And, more appallingly, it’s not done ironically — they are proud of it.
If people can be proud of indulging in the disgusting activities by which homosexuals spread AIDS, why can’t they be proud of being really into cartoon unicorns that shoot rainbows out their horns?
They call themselves “bronies,” a terrifying hybrid of “bros” and “ponies.” … “My Little Pony” inspires them to adopt brony names like Starfire Cuddlecakes and glue fake unicorn horns to their foreheads. Then go out in public.
The show dates back to the 1980s, when it was created by the Hub cable channel, a joint venture of Discovery Communications and Hasbro toys that is happy to capitalize on its new fan base. Says the Hub’s Margaret Loesch,
“We haven’t driven this movement, the fans have, and we don’t want to get ahead of that. We want to nourish this phenomenon, not manipulate it.”
On a tip from Sean.