Someone cannot be called privileged who is not experiencing privilege as HE or SHE defines it, not you, or me, or any demagogue or politician or pastor or priest or parent or sibling or spouse or anarchist or devil or angel or hobo or celebrity or stranger.

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3 thoughts on “Someone cannot be called privileged who is not experiencing privilege as HE or SHE defines it, not you, or me, or any demagogue or politician or pastor or priest or parent or sibling or spouse or anarchist or devil or angel or hobo or celebrity or stranger.

  1. Well my comment made it through so guess I am in. :o) “White Privilege” is becoming an accepted and prolific term. I simply do not understand it. If I am standing next to a billionaire black woman I have “white privilege”?

    This is the same thinking that brought us “hate” crimes which makes no sense at all. All violence done to another is “hateful” no matter who it is done to. But if done to special group, the victims are more worthy.

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