Bronies: Teenage to young-adult, mostly male, fans of the animated cartoon "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic." The term is often accepted as gender-neutral, and many female fans prefer "brony" over the not-so-popular "pegasister."
We have an awful lot of negative stereotypes that mostly aren't true. Not all of us are into R34. Not all of us are homosexual. And not all of us are furries; our fandom is, in my opinion, completely separate from furries.
We have a ton of talented artists, musicians, and authors that make our fandom so special. The fanbase is constantly growing and spreading it's hard to avoid if you're an avid Internet user. Will everyone appreciate this? Hell, no. Is it necessary to bash the fandom because it? Absolutely not.
Before you bash and call us "faggots," check out the show for yourself.
(By the way, Fluttershy is best pony. Your argument is invalid.)
Brony: Hey guys, have you seen the show "My Little Pony?"
Friend 1: No, but it sounds so gay.
Friend 2: It's all over the internet! And it's so stupid! I haven't even watched it, but I know bronies are all faggots.
Brony: Here, let me pull up one of the episodes on my iPhone.20 Minutes Later
Friend 1: Hey, this isn't so bad!
Brony: I know, right?
Friend 2: Wow, this is really, really gay. (walks away)
Friend 1: DON'T HATE, LOVE AND TOLERATE!
Brony: Welcome to the herd, buddy.