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Gross1985 wrote:

If you're talking about how women feel entitled to find a man that treats her like a princess, then maybe. Otherwise, no; everybody isn't a prince or a princess. It's all based on perspective. But our society being gyno-centric could lead to other perspectives regarding how we treat women, or "should" treat women.


Well, besides my confusion, I am reminded of something else....

....of course, keep in mind that I haven't seen this show. But doesn't Utena identify as a prince, even though she's a female? I thought I read somewhere that there is some kind of gender-identity stuff going on about Revolutionary Girl Utena. I don't mean anything socio-political or anything; I mean there's a lot of allegorical stuff and what-not.

Well whatever.


I actually never heard of it, but it does sound interesting.

I took up the name prince years ago because of how I wanted to be treated ironically. Getting attention for gender is probably one of the most annoying things. Being elusive prevents the more blatant spectrum of it.

Some women feel entitled to it because quite a number of men will throw themselves over puddles just because "durp it's a grill". It's a bunch of raving lunacy.

I much prefer the attention I earned--knowledge, ideas, skills, and actions.The whole gender 'game' between the sexes is just something I have no interest in playing. So I just flip the board over, slam a piece in the center and say 'yooooooooooo, fuck it!'.

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have a girl eat a big bowl of chili and see if shes a princes in a few hours.
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paul25454 wrote:

No. Not every girl is a princess. Some are the Red Queen of Hearts.


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Sure if they wanna be, I guess.
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I can't find the meme, but I seen it this morning, which I find funny that I noticed this thread and the meme on the same day.

It said something like "She said to treat every girl like a princess, so I sold her to a foreign nation to expand our land's borders."
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No but I'm the empress.
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Queens

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This thread is making me want to play Crusader Kings II again...
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PrinceJudar wrote:

I actually never heard of it, but it does sound interesting.

I took up the name prince years ago because of how I wanted to be treated ironically. Getting attention for gender is probably one of the most annoying things. Being elusive prevents the more blatant spectrum of it.

Some women feel entitled to it because quite a number of men will throw themselves over puddles just because "durp it's a grill". It's a bunch of raving lunacy.

I much prefer the attention I earned--knowledge, ideas, skills, and actions.The whole gender 'game' between the sexes is just something I have no interest in playing. So I just flip the board over, slam a piece in the center and say 'yooooooooooo, fuck it!'.


Ah. Yeah; I can understand that. Our society tends to be gyno-centric like that, including ways as you described. On the Internet, girls are a rarity in certain areas, especially in online gaming. Me, I like womens and all, but I don't want to be a hypocrite; I won't give anyone special treatment....or at least I'll try not to.

As for women using the title of "prince", I could care less. I may crack a joke like "You're a woman; you can't be a prince!" but I don't mean it.
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Someone was watching Barbie's magical kingdom
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Hrafna wrote:

Being a self-entitled stuck-up person of the female sex doesn't make a princess.

'Dis is a princess <3



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Posted 1/22/16
Sounds like something from a Carebear show.
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I'll be the goddamn Nanny McPhee, but with a penis.


So.....Mrs. Doubtfire?
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Posted 1/23/16 , edited 1/23/16

PrinceJudar wrote:


Gross1985 wrote:

If you're talking about how women feel entitled to find a man that treats her like a princess, then maybe. Otherwise, no; everybody isn't a prince or a princess. It's all based on perspective. But our society being gyno-centric could lead to other perspectives regarding how we treat women, or "should" treat women.


Well, besides my confusion, I am reminded of something else....

....of course, keep in mind that I haven't seen this show. But doesn't Utena identify as a prince, even though she's a female? I thought I read somewhere that there is some kind of gender-identity stuff going on about Revolutionary Girl Utena. I don't mean anything socio-political or anything; I mean there's a lot of allegorical stuff and what-not.

Well whatever.


I actually never heard of it, but it does sound interesting.

I took up the name prince years ago because of how I wanted to be treated ironically. Getting attention for gender is probably one of the most annoying things. Being elusive prevents the more blatant spectrum of it.

Some women feel entitled to it because quite a number of men will throw themselves over puddles just because "durp it's a grill". It's a bunch of raving lunacy.

I much prefer the attention I earned--knowledge, ideas, skills, and actions.The whole gender 'game' between the sexes is just something I have no interest in playing. So I just flip the board over, slam a piece in the center and say 'yooooooooooo, fuck it!'.



Internet. Where people don't give a shit due to anonymity and the fact that you could be lying. With exceptions.

One conclusion I came to about the internet is the fact that "there are no girls on the internet" could very well mean that we're all equal in anonymity. There's no benefits coming with being an anomaly, I.E. female. The benefits and drawbacks of exploiting or being exploited of mere sexuality is gone.
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