You don't think you have any advantage based on your race or gender?
No. I dont.
My father grew up dirt poor on a small farm in bumfock Tennessee. My mother was the child of a widowed public schoolteacher in Tennessee. They are now quite wealthy, through their hard work and good investments.
Did I have a privileged upbringing? Yes. Because my parents worked hard and prioritized providing one. And right there along with me at all those supposed enclaves of privilege were women and persons of color.
I do not at all believe that gender or race plays a significant role in success in modern America. There are way too many successful women and persons of color for that to be true. And way too many broke d!ck white men too.
The only privilege of note that exists in America today is wealth. And that, largely, is earned.
If anything, there were any number of opportunities I was not eligable for along the way BECAUSE of my race. To the extent that racial privilege still exists in America, it is the reverse kind.