I'm not quite sure how to broach this topic without some negative vibe. I am interested in sistas' and brothas' feelings about the concept of male privilege. In church, and community organizations there are some roles which seem automatically expected of sistas. Is it spiritually, naturally, socially right to assert that a man should make decisions, lead the unit, have his voice heard, or be served simply because he is a man? Is this the natural order of things? How does this affect sistas? Does male privilege seep into work? relationships? spiritual? family? Is it a useful concept? Your thoughts?