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We are becoming growingly obsessed with other people’s born advantages, and this normalization of “stating privilege” is incredibly counterproductive and pathetic.

It’s always been very obvious to me that everyone on this planet is born into their own unique set of circumstances (i.e. family dynamic relative to stress, parent absence, money, location, etc). I specifically remember noting this at a young age, but never put much thought into it. I’ve always accepted it as a fact of life, nothing more. Now social media exists, and stating privilege is a thing.

Why is privilege treated like some new discovery that MUST be acknowledged? How does admitting an obvious part of existence change anything for you?

It doesn’t. We demand their admittance because it helps us cope with envy/reinforces our own self-pity.

Clearly there are many rich people with parents that boosted their life. Why must they admit/apologize for winning a birth lottery just because you didn’t?

Stop trying to make people feel guilty because YOU feel shorted in life.

Stop using this privilege narrative to explain every lesser aspect of your own life, when it only accounts for some aspects—more or less for each person.

YOU are envious and YOU must learn to cope with this emotion. They owe you no explanation.

(Perspective: I was born into toxicity; divorce, parents violent with each other, raging father, and financial problems. Yes it absolutely made it more difficult for me to build character. I can’t control those factors, so I focus on what I CAN control. )

We all lucked out by being born the most intelligent out of every species on this planet. Kinda cool, right?

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Shitadel might actually be on the verge of collapse (ENDGAME APES AND LADY APES). Brokers seem to be preparing for a sudden stop in the flow. If anyone has more emails or notifications please share

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The Golden Age of Star Wars games: 2002-2006.

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This is a desk I just finished, Can you tell it was made out of MDF?

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[OC] Broke of the Wild

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A vending machine in Japan that sells solder and resistors, for your late-night circuitry cravings.

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