Last night my boyfriend and I had a wonderful dinner together (we were going to go to a party but then he had an awful stomachache, so we stayed in and I cooked for us) and we had a three hour long conversation (usually we can go for more, and I'm proud to say we have very good communication with each other).
My boyfriend is Eastern European, and contrary to popular TRP belief about EE women being the perfect alternative to the typical Western feminist, a lot of their women have become entitled feminists now. He said so many things that rang true with TRP that I just wanted to share with everyone. It's always good to have reminders of how to improve ourselves as women.
Note: This is not a criticism on EE women, but simply an eye opener and reminder of what feminism has done to all modern women around the world.
We live in a major international city where most nationalities will stick together. Nearly all of the EE girls are flight attendants (so they are obviously young and attractive as it's not an American airline) and my boyfriend is friends with many since they are all EE. Apparently even these young and attractive EE girls are getting pumped and dumped - mostly because they feel so much entitlement. They claim since they are beautiful then they can get any man they want, but they get pumped and dumped because they have absolutely nothing to offer back. Conversations basically circle around a few topics - buying extremely expensive clothes, how bitchy other girls are, and trying to get laid by rich men.
He also talked about how these EE girls think they can have everything they want - they think that they can get married EXACTLY when they want to. Basically your typical "I want to travel and work on my career and then I'll get married" like she thinks she has the luxury to choose exactly when she wants events to happen in her life.
He also commented on the importance of contributing to the relationship as a woman:
"If I wanted someone to agree with me all the time, I'd get a dog instead of a wife."
My boyfriend directly tells me he's looking for someone to complement him, someone who has something that he doesn't have. He even claims he doesn't like younger women (he's 32) because even if they're "young and hot" they are vapid and uninteresting. So when we were vetting each other, he was extremely intrigued when I first and foremost said I was looking for a traditional relationship where the man leads but there are gender roles. I distinctly remember he said "I have never heard an educated woman who grew up in the West say this before...tell me more." I began explaining the importance of having a masculine role and feminine role and my (essentially RP) thoughts, observations about feminism and how it's ruined marriages and relationships, and he was so surprised and impressed at my level of awareness.
RP truths are all around us, ladies. Even the men who don't read TRP observe what's happening to modern women and relationships. Keep improving your feminine skills, always work to contribute to your relationship, keep yourself attractive and in shape. Don't expect or assume you will earn his love (and vice versa). Be committed to being the best woman you can be.