Yes, that's right.
I'm not proud to be a brony.
Don't get me wrong; I'm not ashamed to be a brony either, and I certainly am glad to be a brony. I'm just not proud. Let me explain.
First, let's build a solid understanding of what it means to me to "be a brony." I don't see it as part of me, part of who I am; rather, I see it merely as something that I do. While technically true, due to the limitations of the English language, the statement "I am a brony" can actually be a bit mislead
Alrighty, let's try not to be obscenely offensive this time around. I don't think what I'm trying to say this time should come off as offensive, but I'm not exactly the best judge of that (clearly), so if it is, please let me know and I'll amend the post or take it down.
So I've been around this old Internet of ours a couple times, and I've had many debates with many people about sexual orientation and whatnot. And the stance I take on the issue often leads others to pose the question, "So w
I don't know exactly how many of you, or who specifically, read my blog post last night. But after reading the responses and conversing with a couple of you, I felt it necessary to apologize for it. I realize now that it was out of place, and needlessly and greatly offensive. I see now even the hypocrisy of it. And all that for nothing, as I failed even to effectively express the point I set out to express. I was in the wrong, and all I can do is humbly apologize for my mistake.
I am thankfu