These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
Base Breaker: Princess Molestia herself in the following two plus years since the blog started. She's either a hilarious parody of hypersexual, sex addict female who's turned on by almost everything or an annoying one-dimensional character who jokes of her over-the-top pervertedness and molestation fallen flat rather quickly. Considering the cult following of the blog, it mostly falls to the former though not without its controversy.
Designated Hero: Many fans consider Molestia's character to be more fitting as a villain or at the very least an anti-hero considering what she does on her prime time and how she sometimes acts rather insincere and selfish. Yet many of her friends treat her like a hero and it's not hard tosee why at times.
Draco in Leather Pants: A lot of fans will quickly dismiss Molly's actions as being harmless and just tame despite Molly on certain crossovers have kidnapped and implied to have sexually assaulted a Fluffy Pony, chubby pony, or others, and on certain occasions depending on the writing to have genuinely treated and/or abused her guards, most of her friends including her own sister, and others like her own personal sex objects and nothing more without remorse or empathymost of the time.
Misaimed Fandom: A movement, "Down With Molestia", even sprang up in protest of the blog for a few weeks before largely dying down, partly due to Internet Backdraft. (Note: protesting the blog was never the intended purpose of the movement, but is simply what many folks who joined began going for. The original purpose was to spread rape culture awareness). On August 17, 2013, JJ's response to the movement was a satirical update where Molestia calls for the banning of cakes (Down with Cakes). Many supporters of DWM, who had spent the last several days throwing insults, slander and outright threats at JJ, immediately began accusing him of being "immature". The movement itself was even allegedly subject to Anita's Irony when the movementís founder claimed that many fans of Molestia began tracking down the girl who started it and threatening to rape and murder her. Some would say this invalidated much of the Internet Backdraft and ruined any chance of discussing the issue.