My name is Wil Wheaton. I Live With Chronic Depression and Generalized Anxiety. I Am Not Ashamed has important things to say about mental illness, but it also has this:
as a white, heterosexual, cisgender man in America, I live life on the lowest difficulty setting — with the Celebrity cheat enabledIt's the standard identitarian list that straight white male neoliberals feel obliged to cite, but what's striking to this socialist is the list doesn't include class. Wheaton wasn't a poor white kid—his mom was an actress and his dad was a medical specialist. But class is not a privilege that matters to identitarians, so when they talk of checking privilege, that one gets a pass.