May 022015

It’s the time of the month to select a new Entitlement Princess of the Month.  Last month there was no voting because Ellen Pao was the clear winner.

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 I have decided to selected an entitlement princess based on the Baltimore riots and related deaths of black men in the hands of police.  This months winner is Imani Gandy, and she is this month’s entitlement princess because of these tweets:

“Reproductive justice” is code for making something all about women.  What Imani Gandy is trying to do here is take the deaths of black MEN at the hands of police and twist it from an issue of black MEN being killed to women are being “oppressed” using tortured logic and a meaningless example of a pregnant woman being shoved to the ground during a Ferguson protest.  (Imani Gandy isn’t the only woman doing this, but she is the primary example.  Here is another example.)  What Imani Gandy is saying is equivalent to when Hillary Clinton said that women were the primary victims in war despite the fact that men disproportionately die during wars.

Any woman who thinks that she has it worse than men who have been killed is a massive entitlement princess.  Therefore, Imani Gandy has to be the April 2015 Entitlement Princess Of The Month.

  5 Responses to “April 2015 Entitlement Princess Of The Month”

  1. This is a standard feminist tactic.

    There was a gay serial killer called the gay slayer, he only killed gay men,. Feminists were waving placards saying. “Stop killing Lesbians and gay men!”

    Feminists and females will make all issues about themselves.

    Police killing men is a important issue, but single mothers cause more harm to men than the police.

  2. Why wasn’t I surprised seeing Katherine Cross’ name? Hah.

    Anyway, this type of thinking reminded me the “blue bra woman” incident from Egypt a couple years back. In a demonstration, egyptian police attacked protestors. If you watch the videos, they attacked everyone. But while beating one of them they suddenly realized it’s a woman, and one policeman covered her up and stopped others beating her. Meanwhile 10 feet away, they were beating a guy to a pulp. 10 fucking feet away!

    Know what happened? All the world made an uproar about “they beat women, stop violence against women”. That’s the feminist logic. Even if it affects everyone, it’s only about women.

  3. Ah, long time no post.
    But …
    here’s Jezebel’s May 2015 front cover (yes, feminists have a magazine). They’re apparently against “objectifying of women” …
    it seems to be that should read against “objectifying of women by not attractive men ONLY” … objectifying by attractive men is fine, and so is objectifying by women.
    LOL at their hypocrisy.

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