This is great, Bryce. There is, however, a reason that the leading form of feminism today is Intersectional Feminism. People argue that in addition to the assets and freedoms many of us came into adulthood with thanks to relative economic privilege, there are other lists of equally important “freedoms to” and “freedoms from” that are tied to race, gender, sexual orientation and our “able bodied” status. We (you and I at least, I presume many different people will read your post) are fortunate people in many ways. Thanks for making such a bold statement while surrounded by libertarians who explicitly reject acknowledging or taking responsibility for privilege. I hope tech can continue to make a more just world, but I think it will require both economic and political progress. Discourse FTW!