I'll try to collect my thoughts on this as the day goes on, so expect some edits....
I saw this thread earlier and it got me thinking about how it's seen as entitlement or sexism one way, but women's prerogative the other:
First off, IMO it tracks to female entitlement and the ongoing pathologizing of male sexuality. You've all heard it before, some iteration of "guys can't just put in nice guy coins and expect sex in return". The Red Pill reversal of such thinking is "women can't just put in sex tokens and expect commitment from a guy". The reason it's so rare to hear this reverse position IMO is because of how gynocentric our society has become.
Many women typically feel they are entitled to friendship when it suits them, and many don't even give it a second thought that a guy might deny being friends with them if she turns him down sexually/romantically. What it all boils down to is a type of frame control. Often times they're expecting you to just go along with it, so when you stand up to her in a sense and say "he'll no" , soooo many times I've seen the women lose their shit. They've just never been told no or been rejected before. Men deal with it regularly, so we're sorta numb to rejection, but when it happens to women, especially attractive women it has a much stronger impact.
As a commenter in the linked threat stated, many women will use a man as utilities in lieu of a boyfriend, all without granting him any of the benefits of dating. For some reason society expects men not to have a problem with this.
If I had to sum up the point of this thread, it's that men need to stop allowing ourselves to be used by women in this manner as they aren't treating us as actual friends. If a woman wouldn't come to your place to move furniture, or pick you up at the airport, or help you around the house when you're sick, like you helped her, is she really a friend, or is she just using you?
If you need a way of gauging whether or not you're being used, request some investment on her part on par with that she has asked of you...and judge her on her behavior. Investment should be mutual between friends, so if you find you're investing more than she is, then odds are she's using you and you've found yourself in the friendzone or are an orbiter and don't even realize it. In other words you are still plugged into the Matrix.