Expecting sexual lesbian abuse threesome porn.Lesbo horses are stonk! Lesbo horse is gud mother! Lesbo horse, and possible Rainbow Dash interaction.
Possibly an education on how you must accept them. Completely no questions asked. Obey the lesbo horse.>>225438
I'll bring a camera.
Those numbers have weight poner.
Homo propaganda to the youth is a crime.
It's gonna be fucking gay. It was fine when lesbian horses were constrained to fanfiction, but putting it in the actual show is really dumb. Really though, who even watches the show anymore? They gutted everything that was ever good about it, they might as well rename the show entirely at this point.
As far as what the episode is literally about, I assume it will probably be just another middlish slice of life episode about the CMC having some kind of adventure and then learning a valuable lesson. The lesbian aunts will probably only be on screen for a few seconds, and will probably play no significant role in the story. The episode will probably be good, not great. Fans will nitpick the details, criticize the probably shoddy writing and story structure, quibble over whether the lesson was meaningful or not, make memes and reaction images out of a few random frames that look funny out of context, and move on to the next one.
However, as far as what the episode is ACTUALLY about, that image pretty much sums it up, and nothing more really needs to be said about it. Leftist writers make some token nod to diversity and inclusion, which leftist journalists take note of and give them a token nod of approval for. The leftist audience the journalists are writing for see it in their Twitter feed, give it a token thumbs-up, and move on to the next one.
It's just leftists in a leftist bubble virtue signaling to each other and patting themselves on the back for it. To the rest of the world it's just another mediocre, forgettable episode of what has increasingly become just another mediocre, forgettable children's cartoon. It's all so tiresome.
Is Scoots ever going to fly?
I don't really mind the concept much if it's done matter-of-factly. Just a "these characters exist within the canon" and a passing casual confirmation that they are in fact lesbeans, and that's that. No more things happen to draw attention to the fact that they're lesbeans, other than stuff you'd already think couples would do. No one else makes a big deal about the fact that they're lesbeans, in either a supportive or a negative way. They just exist, and if they serve a role in an episode, then they fulfill it, and that's it. Same exact treatment as any other character.
It's also the easiest kind of LGBTQ coupling to get away with representing in fiction, especially in non-adult fiction, as it seems to be more widely accepted and easily palatable to many, compared to other representations of LGBTQ individuals and couples. Both in fictional media, and in the real world. I've heard of women who have engaged in homosexual acts who are still less than accepting, or even tolerant of the concept of male-homosexuality.
My problem is, creators seem to take the inclusion of these kinds of characters as an opportunity to shit on what some would consider their polar opposition to be, in one way or another. In this case, traditional monogamous straight couples, and sometimes nuclear family units that those couples create. Often portraying them as lesser in one or multiple respects to the less widely represented characters, rather than more or less equal to them. Take this passage from a book where the aunts first appeared. "Unlike her parents, they were always interested in what was going on in her life." I know it's subtle, but I'm inferring from this sentence that the writer is saying that Scoot's biological parents aren't being the best parents they can be in terms of caring for her emotionally and developmentally, and the aunts are picking up the slack in that area.
I really wish most of these creators could overcome their resentment of the remnants of a former dominant culture, rather than perpetuating a cycle of negative representation of groups they don't like in media. Eye for an eye makes the world go blind, and all that stuff.
Translated: Homosexuals shoved on our faces.
Don't forget, that was a different time. Not just in terms of the year itself, but in terms of the age of the show, and it's point in development. We're in the final season now. The recent horsemas special had a part in it heavily criticizing the kind of toy marketing that the show was meant to be for for decades now.
I wouldn't be surprised if she gets called Derpy by the end of the season. Then again, neither would I be surprised if she dosen't.
Also, they aren't her actual parents, they're her aunts. Scoot's actual parents are in her life, just…away most of the time, because of "demanding jobs" is the official explanation. The aunts are a big part of her life, however. Wonder if they'll confirm in the show if they're close to surrogate parents to her.
Half a season. They only had to get through half a season more to (as far as I know) keep being the only major kids’ network to not shoehorn gay characters into a children’s show, but nothing is ever enough for these kikes.>>225439>and possible Rainbow Dash interaction
My REEEing will pierce the heavens if they try to get my waifu involved.
I feel your pain bro.
This might be interesting. There's apparently one or more guys tired of it, in the last EQG (please keep reading) special, Rarijack which was stablished in the previous special, just got screwed by a dizzy Applejack and the new Rarity's crush who looks alike AJ, all along a literal sinking ship going down.
Scoot's Aunts were established in a book prior to the upcoming visit to ponyville in the show, so the IP unfortunately wasn't as close as you think it was to getting through with 0 gay characters(I believe it was confirmed via Twitter that the aunts were gae. A twitter post abotu the book, that is, not the show). The show maybe, but not the IP.
The one on the left is just as ugly as a typical lesbo.
One looks like a vulture, and the other looks a little fat and stocky. They look exactly
like your stereotypical lesbian couple, and neither of them are attractive in either sense of the word when compared to the base body type or the one used for Mrs. Cake.
Putting aside the politics for a second, this was not only a strong contender for the worst episode of this season, you could proudly put it up there with some of the worst in the entire show.
Overall this episode is boring and predictable, so boring and predictable that despite watching yesterday I completely forgot about half of the episode and had to go back and skim through it. Not to mention that we were just assaulted with 4 new characters who came out of completely nowhere, who we’ll likely never see again. (Or the “everycreature” shill at the end of the episode.)
The only thing that did surprise me was how superficial the big “LGBT” reveal was. Being generous, this is only one step above Lyra and Bon Bons “friendship” scene. All were told is that these are Scootaloos aunts, which could mean that their both literally her aunts, unless the show is trying to imply incest.
I’m generally not in favour of LGBT characters being in children’s media, at all, but if you’re going to do it you should at least do it properly. I don’t want to see any of this maybe they’re just aunts that happen to live together, maybe they’re eating each out the second Scootaloo back is turned. That kind of ambiguity is offensive to everyone, including the LGBT community. It’s 2019 “current year” virtually every show has at least one explicitly LGBT character, (in Steven Universe they make up like half the cast) I think we can expect the same from a show that only has ~10 episodes left. Again I’m not in favour of putting LGBT characters in children media, but if you are, you should at least do right.
I’m giving this 2/10, only because I’ve seen so many people give it 8/10 and unironically call it the best episode of this season so far, and possibly throughout. Even if you’re really pro LGBT rights, you should have higher standards than this.
Please don't encourage him
>>225750>Make something mediocre in the realm of entertainment.>Include massive virtue signal of some form of "representation" or other>Media picks up on it, and writes articles about it>People spread the news far and wide via social media>Mediocre product gets critical acclaim on top of all of the free exposure
Every. Fucking. Time.
I'd say they're trying to piss people off, and make them care less and less about this stuff. But I generally lean towards "Never attribute to intent what can be accurately explained by stupidity."* I think most of them are just taking advantage of the current cultural climate, and they either don't realize or don't care how detrimental their actions are in the long run to the causes they supposedly support. Even if the majority of the feedback out there right now for their actions is positive.
>>225771>"Scootaloo's parents are inconsiderate assholes"
"Unlike her parents, they were always interested in what was going on in her life."
I had really hoped they weren't going to carry that over from the book, but it looks like they made it less subtle and more overt, if that was your take away from the episode. I'll have to check it out.
Actually, I found the aunt characters objectionable for reasons besides the obvious as well. I won't spoil it for you since it sounds like you haven't seen it, but they don't seem to be especially admirable as caregivers either.
Couldn't be spoiling much considering Scoots admitted to wishing she had supportive parental figures in Parental Glideance.
Worst forced episode ever.
Twilight getting her wings was better.
>>225771>straight parents bad, lesbian parents good
Fuck this gay show, it should have ended years ago.
>>225434>Scootaloos father is a mudpony>Scoots is a literal mutt>Scoots can't fly because of mudpony genes>Both parents neglected her to pursue their fantasy
Based and redpilled.
Seriously, it all makes sense now.
Scootaloo has vestigial chicken wings and solid earth pony bones, just like her father. She'll never fly, and it's all because she's a mutt.
I'm sad for the future of poor Scootaloo.
Someone made some interesting remarks:
>Parents are aussies>Mentors are lesbians>Her role model is a rug munched who wants to fuck a white whore
He will grow up to become the ultimate /lgbt/ shitposter.
At least someone made a good stand up joke with that
>"So I hooked this cute mare after one of my shows, we go to a bar, drink a few, and get intimate.">"Anyway, she drops what makes her hot, and goes: I'm into watersports.">"So I replied: No problem. I drink Fosters too."
I can think of no other reason for why she can't fly already, other than her being generally deformed/neglected.
Poor Scoots has vestigial chicken wings and earth pony bones, and will probably live out the rest of her puberty dreaming of someday being able to fly until she's an adult.
Has she been practicing? Does she try every day, or has she just given up?
>>225819>scoots can't fly because father is mudpony>cake pegafoal can fly hours after birth despite both parents being non-pegasi
How tf does genetics work with these pastel horses
I'm pretty sure the cake foal is evidence that Mrs. Cake canonically cucked Mr. Cake.
Personally I headcanon it as "That straight-winged buzzing shit she does on her scooter is the wrong way to fly, you're supposed to bend your wings but nobody taught her that. If she cracked open a single book on flight she'd realize what she's doing wrong and fly at least as good as Cake's kid from then on"
Idk. She spends a lot of time around Rainbow Dash: Equestria's best flier. Wouldn't she have had plenty of chances to learn from her?
It's because gay people think like children
I believe the thinking goes something like this.>Show some kids what you want them to think.>Then ask them if they think like you want them to think after seeing it.>If they do QED.
It is basically "educating" or indoctrinating children to think a certain way. And when you succeed you can say children are "smart" because they are now thinking the way you wanted them to.
Also you can probably debunk it all by asking "If children understand gay people why do they need to be "taught" about them?" Taught as in pushing pro gay propaganda on them.
Ikr. I really enjoyed that show growing up.