Many categories exist in community. Race. Spiritual world view. Language. Money. Citizenship. Education. Political affiliation. Registered voter. Ablty to spell or knot. It's a long list.
We are born into some of those categories. We choose some categories. Opportunity influences our inclusion in some categories. What our parents taught us is often significant. Personal drive in the face of adversity has an impact. But unless there's a tie in the census, every category includes a minority, and you are a member of some minority.
The questions I've been asking myself lately are "What is my attitude as a minority? When is it good to have a law to solve my minority pain? How can I be happy without regard to my situation?" Those are hard questions when you consider them without forming a rebuttal.
There are few universal answers to where we draw the line or when we just need to buck up and forge ahead, but there is a universal principle in play. The more you blame someone or think as a victim, the less happy you will be. This is not a question of fairness. This is human experience.
Having expressed my opinion, I'll end in a moment of silence. Feel free to privately pray to the God or object of your choice.