The votes are in for the May 2011 Entitlement Princess Of The Month. The winner is the 15 year old girl who shot her dad with a bow and arrow because he took away her cell phone as a disciplinary measure. She got 71% of the vote beating out Stefanie Woods, the girl who stole money from a 9 year old girl scout selling girl scout cookies.
I’m holding the submissions we had for this month until next month. There was someone deserving this month so this time I will be awarding the June 2011 Entitlement Princess of the Month right now instead of having all of you vote on it. Normally I wouldn’t do this but this is a special case. (Please continue to submit entitlement princesses at this link.)
I have been researching Amanda Marcotte’s history of misandry and came to the conclusion that she deserved the award of June 2011 Entitlement Princess of the Month. You can read about some of her most recent misandry here. What clinched the entitlement princess award for her was this:
My roommate says to me, “Oh, Amanda, I’ll hold your hand while you take a pregnancy test,” but that never happened. Then again, I never pushed it, because I am and always will be a loner.
I called my sometimes-boyfriend, my inconstant lover and told him I was probably pregnant. I wanted him to offer to pay for the abortion. He offered instead to marry me.
I nearly threw the phone against the wall. Instead, I told him it may not be his. He said he didn’t care.
I made the case to him that I suppose I’d have to make to some panel in the wet dreams of your average anti-choicer: I wanted to graduate. I didn’t want children. I didn’t want to marry a man who tells me on a regular basis that he can’t decide if he loves me today. I couldn’t believe that I was in the situation of not even knowing who got me that way—I, who had been Ms. Faithful up until my boyfriend started to play games with me. I told him that if I was pregnant, I was getting an abortion and we could all go on our merry ways and live our lives and grow the fuck up. He calmed down and agreed I was right.
This just reeks of entitlement from the demand that her boyfriend pay for an abortion to the idea that it was all right to lie to her boyfriend that she was pregnant with another man’s baby to the fact that she expected her boyfriend to read her mind. There is also all the “I want” and “I don’t want”. This is all pure entitlement princess so Amanda Marcotte wins the June 2011 Entitlement Princess of the Month.