Let's build a story around this one. ;^)
Here are a couple I've thought of.
The mane six learn about biology and sexual dimorphism
Horses are a bit different from humans though. Sexual dimorphism is less pronounced and their social behavior is quite different. I do support teaching traditional gender roles, but we must acknowledge it's a different species.
>>90424>Sexual dimorphism is less pronounced
No it isn't. They even have different sets of teeth.
You just have a hard time telling, because you're a hoo-man.
You are correct, ponies are even more sexually dimorphic than normal horses, with the mares having significantly less muscle mass and smaller skull size.
I stand corrected, then. Sounds like a good idea for the show, especially as stallions are relatively underrepresented. Perhaps there is a rescue team that, due to danger and physical exertion, is limited to stallions, but one of the mane six (or maybe a secondary character) wants to join. She is peeved at the rebuffs and wants to prove herself to be just as capable. However, despite her best efforts and training she just can't match the physical stamina of any of them. To cheer her up, the stallions discover what she is good at (maybe nursing, cooking, or nurturing) and help her appreciate her abilities there.
It may be a little too blunt about the message, though. A good moral teaches itself to you without you even realizing it.
it would have to be someone like twilight or applejack.
Rainbowdash is a freak of nature and is probably the strongest mare in that universe (physically)
>It may be a little too blunt about the message, though. A good moral teaches itself to you without you even realizing it.
Mlp is pretty good at doing that only when it fails so spectacularly that you have to take the piss out of it. Otherwise they always beat you over the head with the moral.
Oh, and also. a LOT of jobs don't require physical strength. So this would only tell young girls to not try to ever do anything strong, not don't try to do anything at all except listen to men and do what they say.
Remember, if you don't take my advice, this will happen instead.
I remember the picture of german women holding that sign a few years ago. I wonder how many of them had to directly suffer the consequences of their action.
none of them probably, they live in the richer neighborhoods while the rapefugees aren't ever resettled to
Rainbow gets cut and all the rest of the episodes are lesson zero
That doesn't sound like a bad idea.
>anon travels to Equestria somehow
>has sex with all the ponies, literally all of them
>becomes renowned as a superior lover, much better than Chad reeeeeeeeeeeee
>ponies all remark that his personal hygiene is at least above average
>Princess Celestia cries loudly that a statue of Anon shall be built to commemorate this momentous day, as Anon ejaculates inside her
>Anon tips his fedora and rides off into the sunset, his life's work now complete
>thousands of years later, the statue of Anon plowing Princess Celestia still stands at the center of a park in Neo-Canterlot
>cyber-ponies still gather around an aging Princess Celestia as she regales them with the story of the mysterious Anon, who came to Equestria one fateful day and totally rocked their world
wow it's every hie fic ever
even the greentexts
especially the greentexts
I know, I was agreeing with it.
Good joke, very accurate.
Something I came up with for /mlpol/ during the original thing in 4chan:
Twilight is helping Celestia with planning the budget, when she notices that Equestria has been sending foreign aid to Griffonstone ever since they lost their idol of Boreas many many years ago. She's surprised about this because according to Pinkie and Rainbow Dash the Griffon kingdom was still a dump after all these years, and decides to go find out where all the foreign aid is going.
In Griffonstone she asks around, and it gradually turns out the reason they haven't gotten their act together is that since the goods they get from Equestria are free, there's no use in trying to produce anything themselves. After hearing enough of this, Princess Twilight repeals the old foreign aid policy.
The griffons are outraged by this. They start preparing for war, smiting weapons and armor in a musical number singing about how ponies have taken everything from them and left them with no other choice, until the musical ends with the griffon army facing the pony army on opposite sides of a battlefield.
Before the battle starts, the griffon leader and Twilight Sparkle walk to the middle of the field to talk for the last time. The griffon says that the ponies made a mistake, as there's nothing the griffons couldn't do once they put their effort into it. Twilight asks if they could also save their own country, which catches the griffon leader by surprise. Twilight reminds the griffon that they just armed and organized an army, and with the same effort they could easily get the Griffonstone back to its feet. The griffon thinks about this, and ends up agreeing. War averted, everyone is happy and griffons finally get their rebuilding started.
In the end, Twilight Sparkle writes to Celestia about how helping a friend in need is good, wrong kind of help can end up smothering out their own agency.
Another idea I came up with for a thread discussing good Derpy episodes:
While working at the post office, Derpy comes across a packet without address information. This results in a mystery episode of her looking for clues about where it came from and where it's supposed to go. In the end it turns out that the packet is another mailponies lunchbox.
Would pay to see that, actually.
When do you get to the part where if its the female having agency she needs to be smothered?