May 042014
 

It’s that time of the month.  Last month’s winner with a landslide 81% of the vote was Rachel Canning, and 18 year old high school senior who left home because she didn’t want to obey her parents’ rules, sued her parents for financial support, and lied about being abused and abandoned by her parents.

The Entitlement Princess of the Month can only keep going with your support so keep submitting new entitlement princesses on the Entitlement Princess of the Month submission page.

This month will be another month without voting because one of the entitlement princesses that was submitted represents the ultimate in entitlement princessry.  I planned on having this entitlement princess be last month’s entitlement princess, but since we went a few months without voting, I held her to this month.

This month’s entitlement princess was submitted by Josh the Aspie, and she is Tyema Sanchez.  Sanchez has been up in arms about some purse thefts in Philadelphia, but that is not what makes her an entitlement princess.  What makes her an entitlement princess is her demand that all men come to her defense and the defense of other women.  Sanchez said, “Where are our men? Why are they not protecting us? Men are failing us. I feel as though we are not being protected.”

What makes this demand the ultimate in entitlement princessry is two things.  First, Sanchez is demanding the men risk their lives and become de facto vigilantes for women.  Second, she is demanding it of all men everywhere.  Sanchez believes this to be a duty that all men have to all women.  Since men are rationally not choosing to do this, Sanchez considers this to be a universal failing of modern men.  Demanding that all men everywhere in the world cater to her whims is what makes Sanchez deserving of becoming this month’s entitlement princess without voting.

  2 Responses to “April 2014 Entitlement Princess Of The Month”

  1. We are NOT protecting women because they have told us we are stupid and can live without us for 40-years …. GOOD LUCK to women I say … protect yourselves without us … I for one will not

  2. Sanchez is also insisting that she has a right to feel a certain way, or even better – that her feelings ought to dictate how men behave. As someone recently pointed out, women *never* feel “safe” except when they are in the immediate presence of a strong man who they know and trust.

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