Red Pill Classroom — The Entitlement Princess


In times past, girls were taught humility from day one.  Life back then in general taught humility, but an extra helping was heaped upon the girls.  Why was this?

Partly it was because they would rather soon have inordinate power; power not commensurate with wisdom or effort to obtain it.  Those who have worked diligently to develop their skills and the power these gave to them can appreciate their employment; as they were obtained through work and should not be frittered away frivolously.  As a substitute for this earned perspective, humility can compensate partially.  A humble girl/young woman is less likely to attempt to exploit her youth and beauty than an “empowered” one.  Or so the thinking goes.  And by reining in her exploitation, she does less damage to herself and society.  In short– a humble girl may feel herself unworthy of exploiting her attributes.

The flip side of the humble coin is the situation as it exists today.  Children, most especially girls, are marinated in self-esteem at school and at home.  “You are awesome” they are told, with their actual ability to accomplish anything more or less irrelevant.  Then the young girls become teenagers and realize how much power they do have.  It is natural enough to exploit this power, and as being awesome creatures they clearly deserve to do so.

Mom and Dad (and often inexplicably Dad) contribute.  Because she is an awesome creature in a so very tough world, she deserves more in order to attain her rightful position.  And the list of goodies is nearly endless, fine clothes, fancy cars, “study abroad”, expensive universities., etc.  It is more likely that girls receive these goodies than boys; as men of course are still expected to make their own way in the world.   Consider friends and relatives that you know.  Is this pattern followed with their children?

The result of all of this “good stuff” just being handed out to girls/young women for no apparent reason is that they come to believe that they are entitled to it.  And then the fun begins.

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37 comments on “Red Pill Classroom — The Entitlement Princess
  1. Farm Boy says:

    Another reason to teach girls humility is because they develop quicker, especially with respect to language. But the boys eventually catch up. In the mean time, girls should not be putting the boys down.

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  2. Farm Boy says:

    Last weekend, a distant niece of four had a birthday. The parents paid big bucks to bring in a live Else and Anna (from Frozen). One is never too young to step on the overdrive with respect to the princess stuff.

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  3. Farm Boy says:

    Does anybody know a girl / young woman (other than Molly) who isn’t an entitlement princess?

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  4. Farm Boy says:

    So class — here is the question of the day. Is there a relationship between being an entitlement princess and hypergamy? And if so, what is it?

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  5. Let me guess…Princesses deserve nothing but the best!

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  6. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Farm Boy,
    When you addressed you question to the class, I couldn’t help think of 6oodfella’s series with Andrea Dworkin reachinall our favorite feminists. This question would not go over well in that setting.
    To address your question from me personally, I would say it turbo/supercharges the princess’es self estimate of her value to the point where she is unobtainable.

    For Liz, an aviation video on, guess what, turbosuperchargers.
    There is a part two.

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  7. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    It’s off topic but, it frosts my pumpkin. There is a campaign underway to replace Andrew Jackson with a woman. I think, in some way or another, all the men on our currency have made a significant contribution to its value. In Jackson’s case, he shut down the Bank of the United States because he knew where this would lead. Our country’s creditors wouls run the nation by default from accumulating influence. By the end of his administration, the national debt was paid. that was the last and only time that happened.
    By the way, Betty Freidan is one of the proposed candidates

    http://www.newyorker.com/business/currency/a-campaign-to-put-a-woman-on-the-twenty-dollar-bill

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  8. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    There was another campaign in the UK to put women on money. That was worth a double facepalm. Queen Victoria was on all the currenct during her reign from 1837 to 1911 and Queen Elizibeth II from 1953 to present. Women have been on the currency for one hundred and twenty six years.

    Fembots have no respect for history or accomplishment.

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  9. Cill says:

    Fuzzy, I would pay extra for toilet paper that had pictures of Big Red on it, but I’d draw the line at Andrea Dworkin:

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  10. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Cill,
    Yikes!!! Now, I have to watch Teddy Bear’s Picnic a bunch of times.

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  11. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Sunshine Thiry linked this over at her blog. This is truly scary. It’s a learning interactive doll that will become a girl’s friend. Data will be fed to it wirelseely. Can you imagine how much influence this thing can have ona an entitlement princess’s mind?

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  12. Yoda says:

    Perhaps a set of feminist Weebles release they should.
    Andrea Dworkin
    Lindy West
    Lena Dunham.
    Others?

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  13. Yoda says:

    Queen Victoria was on all the currenct during her reign from 1837 to 1911

    Silly bear you are.
    To 1911 she reigned not.

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  14. jf13 says:

    re: “Does anybody know a girl / young woman (other than Molly) who isn’t an entitlement princess?”

    Yes, many numerically but not percentage-wise. Invariably the ones that remain humble are church girls who were strictly raised, having to do chores that included “women’s work” from a young age.

    The girls who are humbled by life circumstances, poverty, abuse, etc., are much more numerous these days, but that humility does not survive long past puberty and the attentions of males.

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  15. jf13 says:

    re: “Is there a relationship between being an entitlement princess and hypergamy? And if so, what is it?”

    Yes, hypergamy is the sexual manifestation of this entitlement syndrome. You already said it “she deserves [the best man] in order to attain her rightful position [as the woman of the best man].”

    As a process, a girl observing rampant hypergamy in other women naturally concludes she is entitled to do so too.

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  16. jf13 says:

    Any girl covered in cinders, weeping from her hard toils, ought to treat any nice boy like her lord and prince.

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  17. Spawny Get says:

    FTR: Queen Victoria carked it in 1901

    Victoria (Alexandrina Victoria; 24 May 1819 – 22 January 1901) was Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland from 20 June 1837 until her death.

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  18. jf13 says:

    Being an alpha is the male equivalent of being an entitled princess. In both cases, the entitlement syndrome is initially caused by mother, then other females, treating them as specially entitled to the best.

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  19. Spawny Get says:

    Literally AFBB ‘Man wins £39k over IVF baby deceit
    Can’t see the win, maybe that’s just me. I can see the entitled cnut though, so we are somewhat on topic

    The couple married in 2002 and the boy was about six month old when they separated in 2006 and divorce proceedings began.

    The man looked after the child when the woman was working and paid more than £80,000 in maintenance, his barrister, Thomas Brudenell, told the court.

    When a dispute arose over the amount of contact he was having with the youngster in 2011, the woman revealed he was not the “biological father” and this was confirmed when he took a DNA test.

    The woman told the court said there was “no merit” in the damages claim, saying she had always believed her former husband was aware he was “not necessarily” the boy’s father.

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  20. Yoda says:

    The girls who are humbled by life circumstances, poverty, abuse, etc., are much more numerous these days

    A “cocky humble” that would be.
    Not true humility it is.

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  21. Yoda says:

    Cuckolded in the test tube he was?
    Worse this would be?

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  22. jf13 says:

    Victoria is one of my favorite gals. The recent rewriting of her as prevailingly cold and harsh is, I believe, due primarily to women’s jealousy.
    http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2013/jan/09/queen-victoria-tyrant-honest-children-sex

    Her one main fault to me, however, IS her being so cold and harsh to Bertie. She was extremely disappointed in her eldest son’s geeky appearance, even as a baby, and it seems she did all she could do to transfer her affections and entitlements to anyone but him.

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  23. Yoda says:

    Put Andrea Dwirkin picture on banner one could.
    Affect hits it would?

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  24. Yoda says:

    Her one main fault to me, however, IS her being so cold and harsh to Bertie.

    Kept him a can she did.
    Never let him out she did.

    “Do you have Prince Albert in a can”?

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  25. Cill says:

    Writers Corner

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  26. Yoda says:

    saying she had always believed her former husband was aware he was “not necessarily” the boy’s father.

    “I am a Twat.
    Everybody knows that I am a Twat.
    So Twat does this matter?”

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  27. Yoda says:

    Post away Cill should.

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  28. jf13 says:

    This is on topic. But all I want to say about this is: TED is now the Evel Knievel of shark-jumping.
    http://www.cnn.com/2015/03/19/politics/monica-lewinsky-ted-talk/index.html

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  29. Cill says:

    “Post away Cill should.”
    A new post up it is

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  30. Yoda says:

    Any girl covered in cinders, weeping from her hard toils, ought to treat any nice boy like her lord and prince.

    Make him sammmuches she should.

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  31. Yoda says:

    University Hall, Northwestern University (CC-BY-SA-3.0)
    Last Monday, about thirty Northwestern anti-rape activists marched to their school’s administrative center carrying mattresses and pillows. The event was a deliberate echo of the performance art project of Columbia student Emma Sulkowicz, who is lugging a mattress everywhere she goes on campus for a year to draw attention to the university’s failure to expel her alleged rapist. At Northwestern, the target of the protest was not a person accused of assault, but the provocative feminist film professor Laura Kipnis. Her offense was penning a February essay in The Chronicle of Higher Education, titled “Sexual Paranoia Strikes Academe,” which argues against her school’s ban on sex between professors and students, and more broadly against the growing obsession with trauma and vulnerability among feminists on campus.

    “If this is feminism, it’s feminism hijacked by melodrama,” she writes. “The melodramatic imagination’s obsession with helpless victims and powerful predators is what’s shaping the conversation of the moment, to the detriment of those whose interests are supposedly being protected, namely students. The result? Students’ sense of vulnerability is skyrocketing.”

    Including, apparently, their vulnerability to articles in The Chronicle of Higher Education. As the protesters wrote on a Facebook page for their event, they wanted the administration to do something about “the violence expressed by Kipnis’ message.”

    The violence inherent in the system we do see.

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  32. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Yoda,
    So some fembot wants to see all white men’s guns confiscated?
    They do have an incredible talent for making the most outrageous of requests.
    How much longer before there no one will give them any credibility at al?

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