"Fixing" a "handicapped" pony.
Great message, Hasbro.
No, I don't care if there was no other way to do it, or that she'd be taken out completely if they didn't comply. They should've taken a stand about it, asked people if we should fix the mentally challenged in real life, too. Because, you know, heaven forbid you actually portray someone who's challenged with any modicum of levity and decency and normalcy, nooo, that'd be INSENSITIVE. Better to whitewash them into a normal person, you know, because I'm sure the mentally challenged love the thought of BEING ERASED. :I