That's the thing about men and white people and people with power and privilege: We're great at ignoring context. We want to be individuals outside of our culture, which is why we can pretend to be "self-made men" who "pulled ourselves up by our bootstraps," despite whatever help, support, inheritance, or general privilege we might have enjoyed. "It's just a flier having fun with cool imagery," we can say—because white supremacy allows us to remain blind to context. In fact, one of the purposes of white supremacy is to enforce this kind of blindness. It is the price for whiteness. It is the price for maleness. It is the price of power.