The Telegraph is a news publication over in the United Kingdom. They had a little blurb in a blog-type post on their website, its kinda positive.
here’s a paste:
New Little Pony falls at the first
How sad to learn that My Little Pony, the cartoon series based on the much-loved toys, has provoked a nasty row. “Bronies” – members of the adult, mostly male, fan base for the pony models – are distressed that Derpy, an adorably slow-witted character, has been given a new voice to make her seem “less mentally challenged”. Hasbro, makers of the show, didn’t want to seem to be mocking the disabled – but the Bronies think they’re reducing “diversity” with the changed voice.
Who can guide us through this ethical minefield? If only there were a senior Anglican bishop in the London area who was a secret Brony, dressing his toy animals in the academic dress corresponding to his honorary doctorates. But I must shut up now, because I’ve already said too much…