MLP turns to gender stereotypes dragonfly No.15599
So I've noticed this since season 4 appeared. Im writing to express my feelings about "MLP Friendship is magic" series. Season 1-3 was a personal favorite of mine because I liked how you reversed the gender roles. You "added an ingredient" which I can only describe as a sense of superiority of the girl ponies: emotional, social status (spitfire), behavioral (RD, AJ) and more. I think the episodes in season 4 (and the following seasons) "changed directions" and gave the male ponies the upper hoof. It made me feel uncomfortable while watching. It disappointed me. It made me feel as if you were imposing the stereotype of whats male and female.
I doesnt feel like a "girlshow" anymore