When media prioritizes stories about white males, it encourages all children to sympathize with the plight of a white male character. The resulting effect is that people come to misunderstand their own plights, find them hard to come to terms or sympathize with, and will sometimes even re-establish themselves internally as a white male character, something tangible and neutral. Any problem can be solved or understood or at least pitied in the body of a white man. On the rest of us, the problems seem ill-suited, irrelevant, perhaps even unreal. We must first decide we are white males in a woman suit, white males in a brown suit, white males in a fat suit, before we can understand a human exists deep inside of us. That is what white supremacist media does to us, it makes it increasingly difficult to identify ourselves as human.