"Jews have been said to be materialistic, money-grabbing, greedy, and ostentatious. Women have been said to be vain, trivial and shallow; they’re only interested in clothing, in show. When you put these together you get the Jewish-woman type who’s only interested in designer clothes and sees her children only as extensions of herself. The Jew has been seen as manipulative, crafty, untrustworthy, unreliable, calculating, controlling, and malevolent. The Jewish Princess is seen as manipulative, particularly of the men in her life, her husband, her boyfriend, her father. And what does she want? Their money! In addition, she’s lazy - she doesn’t work inside or outside the home. She is the female version of the Jew who, according to anti-Semitic lore, is a parasite on society; contradictorily, the Jew has been viewed both as dangerous communist” as well as non-productive “capitalist.” The cartoon vision of the Jewish American Princess is someone who sucks men dry: she is an “unnatural mother” who refuses to nurture her children (the very opposite of the “Jewish mother” whose willingness to martyr herself makes her ludicrous). And she doesn’t “put out” except in return for goods; she isn’t really interested in either sexuality or lovingness. We live in a world climate and culture in which materialism is rampant, and Jewish women are taking the rap for it. The irony is they are taking the rap from non-Jews and Jewish men alike — even from some Jewish women."
From Kike to J.A.P.: How misogyny, anti-semitism, and racism construct the Jewish American Princess by Evelyn Torton Beck