I often watch men and notice that some of them seem to do well and thrive in a society that caters to women. I watched that show Princess a while back about women who are living off their parent’s money and who have a sharp sense of entitlement and it got me thinking about women and the society who think they are princesses in general.
Is this really that big a problem? I'm just asking; I don't really know. LWJ and I have four boys three of whom we sent to an all boy's HS, so I don't really know. I would not describe my wife as a spoiled princess in the least. My female students do not strike me as princess-like; law school is not the best place for princesses, though I guess I knew of a few at YLS, but they stood out for that. So what's the deal? Is there an epidemic of princessitude? --TS