Sigh. Reading comprehension is such a hard skill to master!
I said the reaction is typical, not anything about a “typical white person.” That’s you projecting (and actually validating my point.)
I did not say “that White people must not be seen as individuals.” I said white people feel uncomfortable when viewed as a monolithic group because, in doing so, it strips away their individuality. (Much like when people talk about “the black community” or “the black subculture.”)
“Words such as White privilege, White supremacy, White fragility” do not uniquely confer racism to white people. (You do know there are supremacists in all “races” don’t you?) They do however accurately describe characteristics and results of white racist policies and practices.