Last month, there was no voting for the Entitlement Princess of the Month. It went to Leigh Alexander, Editor at Large, of gaming website Gamasutra due to her entitlement princessry generated by her extreme hypocrisy,
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This month there is another #GamerGate Entitlement Princess of the Month so there will be no voting. She is Samantha Allen, a gaming journalist who is a self admitted misandrist:
i’m a misandrist. that means i hate men. i’m not a cute misandrist. i don’t have a fridge magnet that says, “boys are stupid, throw rocks at them.” my loathing cannot be contained by a fridge magnet.
I realize this may be a controversial choice because Samantha Allen is actually a female to male transsexual. However, “she” has the entitlement part down and underwent a sex change operation to get the princess part so she counts. Speaking of her sex change operation, she made the internet pay for it because “she needed the money” (and presumably was unwilling to actually earn the money herself). Most of Allen’s entitlement is related to her misandry. For example, Allen wants a world where she never has to encounter men:
why do i hate men? because life is short. my life is getting shorter by the day and i want to fill it with women. in this sinking ship of a world, i just want to enjoy a tiny little space, a room, if you will, of my own. i want that room to be full of women and free from ego, hierarchy, sexual advances, and violence. i hate men because i can’t even have that fucking room without them knocking on the walls. you have the entire fucking house. go play in it. find something else to do.
Allen also wants to hate men without being called on it:
i hate men doesn’t mean i hate you. it means i hate your position in this world.
If you read Allen’s writings they are filled with misandry and associated entitlement like the examples above. This is what makes her the October 2014 Entitlement Princess of the Month.