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I'm the resident Hideaki Anno of FimFiction. I like to write whatever I think of. Sometimes good or sometimes s**t, I just love writing.



Celestia, Principal of Canterlot High, is a respected member of the community. Anytime a student needed help, she would take the time out of her busy schedule to lend a hand. When a student comes in with a personal dilemma, how would she handle it?

Edited by The Force

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pabrony83 #1 · 1 week ago · · 1 ·

The ending kinda reminds me of an older country song:

🎶"Love is a rhythm, of two hearts beating
Pounding out a message, steady and true."🎶

That was beautiful. :raritycry:

{#O u O#} I like the part where he said he was gay

No matter what your sexuality is, you're still you. And absolutely no one in the entire world has the right to tell you otherwise.

Indeed. Everyone is the master of their own fate and life.

Nice portrayal as Principal Celestia as motherly.

I always do in my stories.

Good story, but why is every comment downvoted?

Dunno, but whatever.

Although nowhere near as serious, this story reminded me of my experience of admitting to my parents I was a brony.

Same. We've all been there.

It's probably some homophobic person that has absolutely nothing better to do than to go around and down vote LGBT stories and the comments associated with them.


I mean, if they don't like it, at least leave the story be or leave a comment explaining why they don't like it.

I know, right?

That's what I do. And should negative commentary come my way, here's what I say:

"I may disagree with what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it" (Voltaire).

Have to say, it's pretty off-putting that the characters almost never use contractions when they talk. If it were just one character's tic, it might be less jarring, but everyone doing it just felt consistently strange to me.

Yeah, I know. That's one thing I kinda become blind to and whatnot. But, thank you for your critique. It's always appreciated.

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