slagathor asked 8 months ago

In what ways are you privileged?


In what ways are you privileged?

Until I moved to FL I had never seen trailers or imagined people could live in them. People have told me that I'm sheltered, like a friend who "grew up poor" when I didn't believe they've never flown on an airline or experienced summer camp. She also went


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I was fed with a silver spoon

Answered by J1smith

I wasn't raised on the poverty line and my health is generally ok (not sense or physical issues). I also don't have any severe issues with my appearance that may cause me to be ostracised by society.

Answered by Pandy

I am privileged to have such supportive parents that made me who I am today. I am privileged for my health for being able to talk and have two eyes to see the beauty of the world.

Answered by @liz£h

I'm in a situation were I don't have to worry about money. That might change in the future but for now I am good. The second half of my life so far no problemo with money and stuff like paying the rent, paying for a car, wining and dining etc. To tell the


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I’m middle-class and college-educated.

Answered by LaDamaX

copy paste my last answer on my personal priviledge game

Answered by nick

I have a family. My mom is very supportive of me [in her own ways]. Thanks to my brain I was able to pursue higher education. I have a job. I may look healthy. I have few but good friends ...

Answered by Arman

I'm alive still, don't generally have to worry much about being harassed by cops, im in good health, i got a roof over my head regardless, i have freedom to do whatever tf i wanna do within reason so we good

Answered by IAWIA

I have a shelter, food on my table, electricity, potable and hot water. I live in a country where we have a great healthcare system. I've been able to travel a lot. I can buy unnecessary stuff just to treat myself, I have a car, I have good friends and my


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Answered by DUST

I may roam 3 countries without border checks or searched by police and asked if my suspiciously "asian" face means I am dealing with cocaine. Also nobody polices me when I'm tanning in the nude on my balcony/rooftop.

I'm white, heterosexual, male, intelligent, healthy, I was not abused at home, I have good friends and i live in a rich country

Answered by Daniel

Born white in America to two middle class people, who were also born in America, and whose parents were born in America. Big ones, they've played a very significant role in the outcomes and preservation of my life. I have a (imo) nice place to live (with c


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My parents do a lot of nice things for me and make sure I have everything I need, they're pretty much supportive of me in general