Everybody knows how little girls like princesses, how they like to play the princess, and how they love to dress up like princesses. Are you familiar with Frozen mania? You know how parents, especially a doting father, sometimes calls his daughter his “princess”?  Feminists have protested this new trend of the regressive “princess-mania” targeted by US writer Peggy Orenstein in her book Cinderella Ate My Daughter.  Do you call your daughter a princess? If you’re a man and you answered yes to any of the above, then congratulations, you are committing an anti-woman micro aggression against women and/or your daughter…and possibly encouraging ‘rape culture’.  So shame on you. This complete utter non-sense has been articulated by a feminist blogger named Elizabeth Broadbent in a piece written for Your Tango entitled Moms: For The Love Of God, STOP Calling Your Daughter A “Princess”. In this article, Broadbent urges parents to stop calling their daughters ‘princess’ arguing that it make the rest of us a bunch of peasants:
Moms of daughters, just stop it. Your daughter isn’t a princess. The Princess Industrial Complex notwithstanding, unless you’re the Duchess of Cambridge, your daughter isn’t actually the offspring of royalty born to untold riches and privilege. You may love her; you may think she’s worth all the royalty in the world, but it doesn’t matter. […] If your kid’s the princess, who are the rest of us? Her loyal peasantry? 
Beyond the question concerning the ‘entitlement’ that the concept of ‘princess’ will produce in your daughter’s mind, if we scratch the surface long enough we’ll find out that the big problem with this ‘princess thing’ is, once again, the evil patriarchy that stands behind it. She explain:
Traditionally, princesses were pawned off on husbands that helped cement global alliances. Once wedded, their chief duty lie in the birthing bed, where they’d be expected to produce heirs, spares, and possibly as many children as possible. Princesses weren’t given a choice in their selection of husbands. This is no “someday, my prince will come.” Princesses are passive, dependent on the men around them to make decisions, and used sexually in ways they don’t choose. It’s basically rape culture. 
Right, so when you refer to your daughter as a princess, you’re not saying she’s royalty. You’re not saying she’s the daughter of a line of kings or queens. You’re not saying she deserves to be surrounded by the best, have the best, or be the best. And you’re sure as hell not suggesting she should be doted upon and spoiled.  No, no, calling your daughter “princess” is code for ‘rape culture’. That’s right folks, when you call your little girl “princess” what you’re actually telling her is: I hope you marry a son of a bitch like Henry VIII somewhere afar in another country with the soul purpose of making “white male children” and help perpetuate the evil patriarchy.  See this is why we can’t have nice things and wear cute dresses anymore. But the author of this piece isn’t going to leave you without a clever ‘alternative’ to replace your old filthy patriarchal habits. The author suggests…
So call your kidlet “muffin.” Call her “sweetheart” or “lovey” or “dollface.” Call her “precious” or “baby-cakes” or “lovebug.” Call her “honey pie.” 
So feminism allows you to use any of these idiotic designations but not “princess.” This is really the ultimate crime because it puts her in a context where she sees herself as a precious beauty sitting somewhere in the tower of a castle waiting to be saved by a knight in shining armor. This reinforce the patriarchal view of the world and again, that’s rape culture. Maybe it’s racist too if we look close enough!