I am not here to bash them or insult them etc etc I am raising this as a debate because I wonder if there are any of you on here. I am personally not a fan of the show after watching the first series (with great pain, I won't lie). However, I just went to look up the Lego Movie, and one of the discussions about Unikitty has devolved into an argument between Bronies and non-Bronies. I do understand both sides, people saying they do not like My Little Pony are entitled to their opinion and people who like MLP are entitled to like it and express that opinion. My question is this: If you have a genuine liking of the show, and it is purely because you enjoy it and not a way to make a point about society and gender etc, then why is there a genuine need to defend your tastes so much? If someone does not like the show, then surely you can say, fair enough, rather than feeling the need to jump in and comment on the subtle nuances of the show, how it reflects society and has a lot of adult humour, the need to defend something you enjoy. I enjoy Harry Potter, as an adult woman, yet I do not feel the need to defend my tastes in Children's Literature, so i am curious to hear from Bronies and people who also like things that might be deemed inappropriate in why this happens so much.