New York Times issues Pony related correction

In a New York Times article covering relationships with Asperger’s syndrome, a correction was issued for the article. While the article was pretty interesting, it was the issued correction that grabs our attention.

Correction: December 30, 2011
An article on Monday about Jack Robinson and Kirsten Lindsmith, two college students with Asperger syndrome who are navigating the perils of an intimate relationship, misidentified the character from the animated children’s TV show “My Little Pony” that Ms. Lindsmith said she visualized to cheer herself up. It is Twilight Sparkle, the nerdy intellectual, not Fluttershy, the kind animal lover.

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