You are privileged. You may have more sorts of privilege or fewer, but you have privilege. We all do. And you need to accept this fact.
Among the privileges you probably enjoy if you don’t have a blog dealing with race or gender issues is that people probably don’t storm onto your blog and demand that you prove why they’re so privileged. This isn’t an “explaining why male privilege exists” (AKA “explaining that the world does not exist for your personal benefit”) blog. There are plenty of blogs and blog posts out there that can explain this to you. May I suggest:
Finally Feminism 101. This is the absolute best starting place for gender issues: A blog designed specifically for people who have questions or points of contention about feminism. Read it all, but especially their FAQs about male privilege and “reverse sexism”.
If the issue is portrayals in the media, The Hathor Legacy is an excellent resource on the voodoo that is Hollywood and how it favors some demographics and ignores others with very little reference to what’s actually profitable or in demand. Here’s her classic article, and here’s more on why discrimination happens even when it doesn’t profit, women making up the majority of moviegoers and women as a valuable target audience, why studios don’t market to women, the dismissal of hits starring women, and Hollywood generally operating on a bunch of woo.
There, now you don’t need to use my blog to demand an explanation for why the world shouldn’t be entirely structured around your desires. If you have further questions not addressed by any of these articles, I’ll happily respond to them with more links. Because it is not my job to check your privilege.
EDIT 3/18/2012: If you’ve been under the impression that feminism believes that all men are privileged over all women, you’ll be happy to know that you’ve been misinformed! In fact the concept of privilege is multifaceted, taking into account many ways that one person can be privileged over another, gender among them. Two words you should know: “intersectionality” (the idea that there are multiple interconnected types of privilege that may or may not overlap in one individual; Thinking Girl explains) and “kyriarchy” (the social structure arising from intersectional privilege, where people with more types of privilege are closer to the top; here are explanations from Feminism 101 and My Ecdysis).
I’m also going to head everyone off and throw in Genderbitch’s eternal classic explaining why your intent doesn’t actually make it all better.