The last condition stated is that she can choose a bandaid in a color that more or less matches with the tone of her skin. I never would have thought about that. If something as small as a bandaid can still show some effect from privilege, what more is there that we don't even think of? How do things get so embedded in our culture that most of us overlook, or don't even take the time to realize why it is still that why and why we haven't changed it?
White privilege and male privilege DQ
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