Lemme explain something about privilege to you.
Vane Dolenc

I’m sorry, maybe you skimmed through the post.

Ali Aintrazi committed USC-Major and received the penalty of Match Loss. He did not get a DQ. He did get ejected from the venue by the tournament organizer, Star City Games. Ali was no longer competing in any of the events that day at the time of the incident.

I didn’t exercise any form of privilege. I knew what Ali did was an act of USC-Major and I went to a judge and explained to them to situation. USC-Major is described as: A player takes action towards one or more individuals that could reasonably be expected to create a feeling of being harassed, threatened, bullied, or stalked. By Ali coming up to me unprompted and asking if he could “cop a feel” he made me a feel bullied and harassed. At the end of the day, however, it is the Head Judge’s discretion whether or not a player receives USC-Major. After a doing a thorough investigation that involved Ali and other players at the table, Ali was found to have committed USC-Major.

Where does privilege play into that? Standing up for myself is privilege? Was knowing that Ali had broken the Infraction Procedure Guide an act of privilege?

I’m trying to learn here. So please, if you would be so kind, educate me.

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