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Human Ponygirls

by on Mar.25, 2012, under Pony Girl Information

Pony-play is sometimes referred to as “The Aristotelian Perversion,” in reference to legend that Aristotle had a penchant for being ridden like a horse. Ponies (people involved in pony-play) generally divide themselves to three groups although some will participate in two or perhaps all three:

* Cart ponies: ponies who pull a sulky with their owner.
* Riding ponies: ponies who are ridden, either on all fours or on two legs, with the “rider” on the shoulders of the “pony” (also known as Shoulder riding). Note that a human back is generally not harsh enough to take the weight of another adult without risk of injury, so four-legged “riding” is generally symbolic, with the “rider” taking most of their weight on their own legs.
* Show ponies: ponies who show off their dressage skills and often wear elaborate harnessess, plumes and so on.

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