I get confused around the notion of "privilege" that's more and more common these days.
How do racism, sexism, classism, etc. all fit into our understanding?
As a valid, white, heterosexual cis-woman I sometimes feel the social pressure to acknowledge my "privilege" or witness people confessing theirs, but it doesn't quite make sense on a deeper level.
How can I be responsible or sorry for my race/gender/sexual orientation, etc?
I was at an anti-racism workshop lately and the vocabulary appeared to reinforce duality: victim/villain, people of colour/white people, etc.
How do you approach discrimination through a compassionate non-dual lens?
Is there really such a thing as "privilege" ?