re: In other words, be a human lol. Put yourself in other people's shoes. We are all human. No race or group is superior than the other. At the end of ...

Well said! But the sad truth is most people won't giving up privilege once they have it, and regard it as an advantage of survival in society, hence they gradually becoming an advocate of the privilege and toxic to underprivileged groups in order to uphold their advantage.


I'd say that it isn't about 'giving up privilege' as much as it is about using it to help others. Its about speaking to people who identify with you and helping them to see value in the people who are different regardless of what that difference is. End game is for thag privilege to not exist, but in the mean time those who have it should make an effort to give voice to those who don't.

That's a good point. Here comes the interesting part, why don't the privileges promote equality in order to resolve the above-mentioned issues? Isn't it more effective and better?

You are 100% correct. I would fully expect the 'using it to help others' to be promoting equality.


most people won't giving up privilege once they have it

I have researched this, and it's surprisingly well studied, although the researchers do what they can to keep the findings clean of the taint of public opinion. The demographics are not what I expected.

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