The secrecy intrigued her almost as much as the name Privilege House.
Few men saw the ambiguity hidden in the term Privilege, and the immense difference that divided fiscal change from social change.
And while Privilege is billed as a fantasy, again, for me, it reads more like an averagely written period-piece.
Privilege is both a cause of, and is caused by, inequality.
Skin Privilege continues the formula of previous episodes: doctor and part-time coroner Sara Linton and sheriff Jeffrey Tolliver get into sticky situation where help is not to be found easily, dissect their relationship, everything is simultaneously slow-motion and exciting, Lena and her awful past, as previously, providethe plot impetus.