Why is it called "white privilege" and not "(x-minority-here) hardship"? I mean people keep talking about how (x-minority-here) is being treated as "less than human", and a privilege is generally something earned that is not a right and can be taken away. Aren't the implication of "white privilege" is that whites should be pulled down to the level of how minorities are treated rather than trying to treat minorities with the same "privilege," i.e. normal human decency that whites are treated with?
Come to think of it, that might be why so many white people are uncomfortable with he term.