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03-Feb-2017 05:03

A sinking feeling tells me it probably isn’t that easy.

I think I speak for all straight white men when I say that sounds really bad and if I was doing it I’m sorry and will try to avoid ever doing it again. Can’t believe that took us however many centuries to sort out.

All it means is that you’re interjecting yourself into other people’s conversations and demanding their pain be about you.

So, it turns out that privilege gets used perfectly reasonably.

There’s an uncontroversial meaning here – we don’t experience the world directly, but through the categories and prejudices implicit to our society.

For example, I might view a certain shade of bluish-green as blue, and someone raised in a different culture might view it as green. Then post-modernists go on to say that if someone in a different culture thinks that the sun is light glinting off the horns of the Sky Ox, that’s just as real as our own culture’s theory that the sun is a mass of incandescent gas a great big nuclear furnace.

Then you would go back to the bailey, which is the place you wanted to be all along.

By this metaphor, statements like “God is an extremely powerful supernatural being who punishes my enemies” or “The Sky Ox theory and the nuclear furnace theory are equally legitimate” or “Men should not be allowed to participate in discussions about gender” are the bailey – not defensible at all, but if you can manage to hold them you’ve got it made.

As long as nobody’s challenging you, you spend time in the bailey reaping the rewards of occupying such useful territory. So let me point out something I think the standard theory fails to explain, but my theory explains pretty well.And if you criticize them for doing the latter, they say “But God just means there is order and beauty in the universe, surely you’re not objecting to that?” The result is that people can accuse people of “privilege” or “mansplaining” no matter what they do, and then when people criticize the concept of “privilege” they retreat back to “but ‘privilege’ just means you’re interrupting women in a women-only safe space.The paper was critiquing post-modernism, an area I don’t know enough about to determine whether or not their critique was fair.