I don't buy the whole "privilege" thing. I am reminded of a conversation I had with my son.
He was about 12 and I had cut myself. Because only he and I were home, he had to ride with me to the emergency room.
We had been at the ER earlier in the year because he had cut his leg.
As we were waiting for the Dr. I pointed out that we were here because of things we did to ourselves.
I told him, this is a lesson in life. A lot of crap will happen in your life. Most of it is self-inflicted.
I view the whole privilege thing as people who do not want to do the hard work of owning their own lives. They seek to blame others for their situation as a way of absolving them from being accountable for their lives.
For some they just do not have the skills to own their lives, for others they are just lazy.
Just like raising kids, this is hard work.