Culture War Reporters Discusses Gender Representation in My Little Pony

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Are you a male that feels under-represented in My Little Pony? Inexcusable! Culture War Reporters has a short blog published that discusses a tumblr which purported “misandry”–that is, inadequate representation of males–in the show full of ponies. The original tumblr hosting these ideas is now gone, but another article by the same name (My Little Pony: Misandry is Magic) may have a point in saying that male representation is lacking in the show (not something the blog author is promoting, I clarified). Then again, the guy (or girl) who wrote the article may also be excluding information to prove a (bigoted) point.

Spike is a baby dragon, not a pony, plus he has a minor role in the show, thus he cannot be considered as a main lead.

But who are we to judge?

One response on “Culture War Reporters Discusses Gender Representation in My Little Pony

  1. Dusty Sage

    If I, as a guy, feel as though my half of the species is not being represented in suitable numbers, I can go watch, oh, almost any other show on almost any other network.

    But this is a powerful mindset: apparently some of the objection to Twilight’s ascension to alicorn status was that it broke up the Mane Six “balance,” two unicorns, two pegasi, two earth ponies.

    (I write this while listening to a basketball game; all of the players are taller than I am, and all but two or three darker. This matters to me hardly at all. Your mileage may vary.)

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