What a world we live in where this statement needs to be expressed. It should be axiomatic. I wish I lived in America I was told this was when I was growing up. I wish I ever had. What’s worst is that when the statement is expressed, the majority take it as a personal attack, as evidenced by all the crazies in this comments section. God forbid we just show empathy for marginalized groups without someone shouting, “But what about the white men!” Blake White men are not the majority. They’ve just been the ones running the show and guiding the culture heretofore. FWMs (Fragile White Men) like poor, poor oppressed Jeffrey, is a very vocal, but VERY minority, group within that subset. Michelle, I didn’t lose anything except my patience with your inability to engage in this conversation in a rational manner. You attempted to “actually” my statement but provided statistics that supported it. You then attempted to change the Grinch All I need is coffee and my dog it is too peopley outside shirt of the population being discussed in an attempt to prove, I guess, whatever point you were supposedly trying to make. There are a TON of ways you can slice our society and have white men come out as a majority. They’re probably the overwhelming majority of patrons to strip clubs in the Midwest. That’s all absolutely irrelevant to the VERY basic fact that white men do not represent the majority of the population. Or how about this: what point *do you think* I’m trying to make? Maybe the issue is just that you’re massively confused by what I was saying in the first place. It’s a list of many whose inherent worth has been overlooked, argued, or denied. White people and men have always been told, and society agreed, that they mattered. They don’t need these reassurances. Michael James Moses everything isn’t about economics. Nothing about this poster implies finances at all. I also never said white privilege. Try responding to what comments actually say, you might have better luck. All you’ve told me is that you find nothing in what I said with which you can argue.