Feel free to let me know if I failed in the comments.The reason the whole princess complex is on my mind today is because of a recent statement miss Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas made during an appearance on “Good Afternoon America” Friday.Source: Life In Heels Being the “My Fair Wedding,” “Say Yes to the Dress,” “Bridezillas” junkie that I am, I’m no stranger to women declaring that they want to feel like a princess on their wedding day.But just because I get what they’re saying when they express the mood they want to set for the ceremony — or most importantly their dress — that doesn’t mean I actually it.
Generations of women before me popped contraceptive pills, downed pints, threw themselves in front of racehorses - and left me to pick up the tab. There are times when it's wholly appropriate for the fella to cough up: if he initiated the evening, chose the venue and picked the wine, for example.But if I allow these men to persistently contribute more, am I allowing my time to be “bought”?Does my taste in salt-and-pepper-haired, Ph D-wielding generous old farts make every interaction an act of prostitution? Both men and women should bear in mind the other's ability to contribute.Are you being objectified in terms of your success? I tend to date men more cultured and interesting than me.They tend to be older, more successful and higher earners as well.