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  1. Review: A Brony Tale

    We're still not quite in Equestria, friends.

    A Brony Tale educated me, but I can't help but feel the history I learned was a little selective.

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  2. Alesia Stein Explains More About Hasbro, Zazzle, And The Brony Bro-Haha

    This might be as close to the pony's mouth as Zazzle will let us get.

    Yesterday we reported on a possible legal issue surrounding the use of the word "brony" in fan-made merchandise. To provide more context and clear up any confusion surrounding her interactions with Zazzle, Alesia Stein, i.e. Mandomommy herself, sent us this e-mail update.

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  3. Glenn Beck Is Officially a Brony Supporter, Kind Of

    Of all the things we've called Glenn Beck, this is the most confusing.

    This morning Glenn Beck had a surprising guest on his radio show--a plush pony he placed on his deck in support of a North Carolina boy bullied for bringing My Little Pony paraphernalia to school. I don't know if being warily proud of Glenn Beck is a sign of the apocalypse, but I'm going to keep an eye out for headless pony riders just in case.

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  4. Weird Al to Guest Star on My Little Pony

    Bronies everywhere give each other brohoofs.

    This Saturday, Twitter will be responsible for the collaboration no one could have predicted but we've all subconsciously been craving. Weird Al will be one of the first ever guest voice actors on My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic—as a party-planning pony named Cheese Sandwich.

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  5. Shut The Internet Down, There’s A Professionally Shot Brony-Themed Porn In Existence

    Yep, this planet is oficially ruined. Let's go populate a new one.

    So apparently a press release for "Adult Entertainment's 1st Brony-Themed Movie" just went out. Want to know how we know this? Because a whole bunch of people on that e-mail list took to Twitter at once to document their shrieking, horrified agony.

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  6. Here’s A My Little Pony Fan Animation You Should Watch

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    Yet another unrealistic standard set by society for today's young men. (via BoingBoing) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  7. The Mary Sue Interviews My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic’s Tara Strong

    Interview

    My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic airs a very special episode tomorrow on The Hub in which the lovable and charismatic Twilight Sparkle is changing. To find out how much, we spoke with the talented woman who provides her voice on the series, Tara Strong. Hear what she had to say about Pony fandom, the upcoming Teen Titans Go!, and the one animated venue she'd still love to visit.

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  8. Brony Graffiti Artist In Argentina Makes My Little Pony Edgy

    Today in Awesome

    Artist Shinoda has decided Argentina needs more color. Rainbow colors to be exact. The 16-year-old recently started painting towns Brony style and needless to say, they stand out from the crowd. See which My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic characters are now gracing the streets of Argentina. (ShinodaGE via Wired)

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  9. GNAA Tumblr Hack Resolved, Here’s What Went Down

    Earlier today, the blogging platform Tumblr and its massive community of blogs were hacked by an organization known as the GNAA, notorious for their malicious rhetoric as well as their propensity for inundating websites and blogs with inflammatory commentary they deem an affront to their personal beliefs. The issue has since been remedied by Tumblr's staff, but many were left wondering how and from where did the worm responsible for this hack spread. It all began with The Daily Dot.

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  10. Lightly Stroking Your Circuitry: PBS Talks Geek Fandom

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    Ooh, fandom, you strange, sometimes beautiful, sometimes not-safe-for-work beast. Trying to explain you to outsiders can be tricky, and fraught with misunderstanding, but visual aids usually help. Even if those visual aids are quite…revealing. In the above video, fans lend their voices and their fanfiction excerpts to the noble cause of explaining, in simple terms, what fandom is, why so many of us are engaged in it, and why it continues to be popular. Part of PBS' Off-Book video series, this particular discussion of fandom is mostly for the uninitiated, but it's still fun as a fan to watch familiar pictures of convention cosplayers, Bronies, and various fanart fly by in a semi-scholarly fashion. It's hardly the most broad handling of the topic, though it gets some good main points across. However, the video makers seem to have gone out of their way to find some fairly obscure fandom tracks to explore. Somehow, I don't think using erotic Transformers fanfiction or the (thankfully brief) Colorado shooter James Holmes trolling fandom flare-up makes a good case for fans largely being rational, if passionate, people, and not crazy loners hanging out in our basements with a high-speed web connection. Judge for yourselves, Internet.

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