If only those who really need to hear this actually would.
David Marino

You don’t want to be equal. You want to be first. You want to stand at the head of that imaginary line. A woman or person of color who works and educates themselves isn’t “cutting in,” they’re doing what they’re supposed to do, and you can’t expect to stroll ahead of them any longer. “When you are used to privilege, equality feels like oppression.”

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