- n. Plural form of brony.
“Jessica Blank Fans of the cartoon 'My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic,' or 'bronies' -- a mash-up of 'bro' and 'ponies' -- waited to meet supervising director Jayson Thiessen at the airport before a New York convention in September.”
“The network's No. 2 show among viewers 2 to 11 has also gained a following of "bronies"—men with an affection for the show that may or may not be ironic.”
“In an email, a Hasbro spokeswoman said of the bronies: "From what we've seen, they are a small group of 'My Little Pony' fans who don't necessarily fit what one might expect to be the brand's target audience.”
“This September, "My Little Pony" supervising director Jayson Thiessen was a special guest at BroNYCon, which drew 300 bronies to a studio in Chinatown.”
“They declined, so he formed a new band of bronies called Neighslayer, in which he plays guitar-heavy renditions of such "My Little Pony" songs as "Art of the Dress.”
“The object of the bronies' fascination is "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic," a remake of a 1980s animated TV show for preadolescent girls featuring plucky, candy-colored equines.”
“The group included four "Pegasisters," as the small minority of female bronies sometimes call themselves in this male-dominated world.”
“Jessica Blank, a 32-year-old computer programmer who is BroNYCon's organizer, says people inevitably ask her whether the bronies—three-quarters of whom are male—are gay.”
“Leaving the Berkeley gathering, bronies discussed loved ones' reactions.”
“So the bronies frequently buy unofficial merchandise from each other, including treasures such as pipe-cleaner Ponies.”
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