You're just making the same, kind of arbitrary limits that homophobes make: stop being silly, you're either boy or girl.
"white privelige", in which you're part of racism because you're white.
In America, the white-skinned are the wealthiest class. It is a privilege to be wealthy. What more explaining do you need?
"triggered". Although originally from PTSD, its now used to say when the person is frustrated with an opposing point of view.
I've never seen it used that way - it's either used jokingly, actually, or foolishly, not just some disagreement.
I'm not sure about the others, but I think you're exaggerating them, too.
My sister once told me (I don't know if this was to be aimed at trans or these non genders) I should use the term "they" instead of gender pacific pronouns.
I think that's the dominant official style practice in English, to use they and their, even for singular. It's flibbergetic, but he is bad, for obvious grounds, (s)he and s/he and he/she are all bad, since it's a mouthful and not fully neutral, either (first is better, apparently).
Also, what even is SJW?
That's an oxymoron.