Children’s Show ‘My Little Pony’ Introduces Lesbian Couple

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The writers for the popular “My Little Pony” have confirmed that there will be a same sex pony couple on the show’s new season, CBS News reported.

The writers of “My Little Pony” have confirmed that the latest season of the show will see two new characters – Aunt Holiday and Aunt Lofty. The first episode that includes the same-sex couple will air on June 15, right in the middle of Pride month.


When a photo of the characters was tweeted by a fan account, “My Little Pony” writer Michael Vogel commented on the image: “What a cute couple!!!!!”

A fan then raised the question — are the two rainbow ponies in the photo romantically involved? “Well they aren’t sisters so….” Vogel responded. When the fan asked for clarification, Vogel explained, “When I say ‘cute couple’ I’m saying that Aunt Holiday and Auntie Lofty are a cute couple. Yes.”


“Hey hey!!! @NicoleDubuc, @joshhaber and I doin what we can to bring more EQuality to EQuestria!! #PrideMonth,” he said.

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“Love. It isn’t just for breakfast anymore! I get more and more proud of season 9 with every episode. Way to go @NicoleDubuc and @mktoon!” Haber said.

The decision comes on the heels of the kids television show “Arthur” who decided, after 21 seasons, that one of the teachers was gay and had a gay wedding on the show.

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