Oh really? Well, in that case. I'd -love- to see if Hasbro is going to have an issue with a non profit picture of one of their characters being posted on a website and being incorrectly labeled.
In fact, if they do have such a problem with it, direct them to me and I'll personally send them information of my location so that they can come and arrest me. You know, after the $1500+ plane ticket.
Honestly: There are far more important things for me to worry about in life than a meager miss-tag. My apologies if my lack of 'need to bend to the will of an irrelevant concept' offends you, I guess I'm just lazy that way.
You're assuming a lot of implications over very simple statements. I never said legal repercussions should be pursued, and I know Hasbro wouldn't care to press charges.
What I said was that that a.) this picture should be categorized as fanart and b.) you can't claim that it as "your" fantasy. MLP fanart is consistently placed in the fantasy category more so than other fandoms. While this isn't exactly offensive, it's not what people want to see while browsing for fantasy works. It's just a matter of being considerate to the other DA users.
You could at least put your newer fanart works in the right category. It's a matter of very simple etiquette that you can easily follow. You shouldn't have to be a big-time artist to be considerate to the community.