It isn't the first time that a girl's toy has received a "makeover" to look sexier. But parents are up in arms over My Little Pony's disturbing changes, the Huffington Post reports. The new "Equestria Girls" are designed to expand the My Little Pony franchise and depict the characters as "glamorous" teenage girls in high school, toy maker Hasbro says. Yet parents say the toys look less like ponies and more like sexified teenage goth girls.
To view My Little Pony's evolution, read the whole story on the Huffington Post.