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Not to make your over-simplification too complex, but I would add intelligence to your list. I assume, too, that you are referring to physical strength, as strength of character is a whole other discussion. It seems, though, that your definition of privilege here is among men, and not necessarily about men having privilege over women.Not that I agree it's right, but I think that good-looks render more privilege than do anything else for both men and women. This transfers over to trans men and women, as well. Beyond that - where strength (physical or otherwise), material possessions, athleticism, and intelligence are concerned - women have traditionally been expected to take a back seat to men. A physically beautiful woman has often had to dumb-down any of those other qualities that she may possess, so as not to bruise a man's ego. In this, she would be considered another of a man's possessions that would grant him even more privilege. Things are changing, albeit slowly. I feel fortunate to be able to transition in a more-accepting world. More than that, though, I know that I am better able to transition into the woman I want to be; that being a strong woman. As a man, I always felt a bit embarrassed by my male privilege, as if I didn't really deserve it. As a woman, I believe I am as capable as any man, and I deserve every right that a man may have. It's too bad, though, that I waited so long to reach this point in my life, as age has reduced my good-looks privilege. ;-)