Not another Brony article. . .
I just ran across this as I was browsing various news sites, and I am wondering your thoughts on this article's assertion.
Personally I find the article pins too much to the brony fandom and takes far too much away from the millennial generation in general.
The question that comes to my mind is weather or not the Brony fandom can personify the millennial generation, but IMO it can't.
It is too easy to look at something from the outside imagine it to be something it is not. The article portrays being a fan of a television to be a form of social action. It's as if the article is looking at a Millennials in general and pinning their attributes to the brony fandom.