I’m a very privileged person!
I’m diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder and panic attack disorder! I live in a country where i’m greatly compensated for my mental illnesses, and i’m given more opportunities than most people on the planet! I’ve been given an opportunity to learn how to handle it, and all the help i could possibly want!
I’m a bisexual! The country i live in, and my family, is very accepting of it!
I’m poor! More than one occasion, i’ve had to live with basically no money. But my family is very good at helping when i’m the most desperate! And here i am, writing this on a top of the line computer that has three screens and one TV plugged into it, an internet connection that’s top of the line! Three phones, a laptop.. The list goes on! Despite my relative poor income, i’ve been very lucky in getting stuff i want! To be able to live as a techie!
I’ve got a physical handicap! My knees are extremely weak, and my kneecaps get disjointed very easily! So i have a problem when it comes to moving around! But i’m lucky to have had multiple bikes in my adult life, and a country that makes the infrastructure such, that i’m able to move around with very little issue!
My point is that, i would feel extremely horrible if i ever told someone else that they have privilege, just because they’re not handicapped in any way, or they have a sexuality that i don’t have! There are so many ingredients that go into making a person! Looking at the package without finding out what’s inside is something only a fool does! So i wholeheartedly reject any and all post-modern political dogma!