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Surely no one can object to criticizing people who do that?
” …even though I get accused of “privilege” for writing things on my blog, even though there’s no possible way that could be “interrupting” or “in a women only safe space”. We know this because there is a song called “Everyone’s A Little Bit Racist” and it is very cute. And racist people deserve to lose everything they have and be hated by everyone. Unless of course you plan to be the person who gets to decide which racists lose everything and get hated by everyone, and which racists are okay for now as long as they never cross you in any way. Someone will argue I am equivocating between two different uses of “racist”.
A sinking feeling tells me it probably isn’t that easy.
So, it turns out that privilege gets used perfectly reasonably. The closest analogy I can think of is those religious people who say “God is just another word for the order and beauty in the Universe” – and then later pray to God to smite their enemies. In the comments section of the last disaster of a social justice post on my blog, someone started talking about how much they hated the term “mansplaining”, and someone else popped in to – ironically – explain what “mansplaining” was and why it was a valuable concept that couldn’t be dismissed so easily. At this point I jumped in and commented: I feel like every single term in social justice terminology has a totally unobjectionable and obviously important meaning – and then is actually used a completely different way.Or The Idea Of Female Privilege – It Isn’t Just Wrong, It’s Dangerous.Or the one on how there is no female privilege, just benevolent sexism.