White women have been part of the system of entitlement, colonialism and slavery. White women owned slaves and benefited economically from slavery. There are historical records of White women raping slaves. These facts seem to be ignored because they don't fit the political narrative.
Suffragettes directly opposed civil rights for African-Americans. Some of them said things that were undeniably examples of White Supremacy. To lump this all together in some big umbrella of social justice is ludicrous given this history.
White Women (along with men) are part of an economic and political system that benefits them by oppressing others. Yet this narrative isn't important any more. The oppression that benefited White women is far worse than than the oppression they faced. White women were part of the system that was lynching Black men... as a matter of fact politically powerful White woman called for lynching. Does the fact that they couldn't vote really compare to this?
Yes, I am absolutely saying that slavery, with its brutality abuse and murder, is a far greater injustice than the lack of a right to vote. Is that a ranking... sure.
I am objecting to the political revisionism.
Feminism still has a problem with multi-culturalism. There is no easy answer to these issues... and that is my point. The simplistic ideology being expressed in this thread doesn't match with reality.