Again, I'm not arguing with the fact that white men are grossly overprivileged from a racial standpoint, compared to white women and everyone else.
I am stating that white women are subject to both privilege and subordination, and that they magnify that subordination to such an extreme that the privilege is never acknowledged on a realistic (ie pragmatic basis.)
When white privilege isn't acknowledged, then our obstacles--which are presented to us as a result of giving white people more opportunity, including women--doesn't exist. WE KNOW IT EXISTS>
Your response does exactly what mine says white women will do: instead of acknowledging white privilege, you immediately revert to victim stance by making a statement about white men. WHY SUCH RESISTANCE TO THE ADMISSION OF WHITE PRIVILEGE AMONG WHITE WOMEN? WHAT IS THIS PSYCHOLOGY?
Ask yourself this: if you explained to a man that he had advantages over you, and his response to that was something like: "well, that other man over there crushed me. Let's talk about that." And you AGAIN tried to bring up privilege, and AGAIN he talked about some oppression in his life, wouldn't you feel frustrated at some point? Wouldn't you tire of his constant ignorance of his privilege when you are presenting it right to his face? That is an obvious avoidance tactic, and the only purpose of it is to maintain a victim stance so that any extras that come to white women--and from POC perspective, they do--will never be acknowledged.
Of course, we'll eventually tire of this. In fact, as you can see, we already are.