Partial or total acceptance by people of marginalized identities of cultural norms as defined and interpreted by an oppressor group leading to disdain and/or devaluation of their own body, culture, or identity . . .
Because all people experience oppression and privilege in a variety of ways within a variety of different complex systems wherein a given person can be oppressed in one area while being privileged in another, and given that these systems interact in complex ways so that race, gender, sexuality, ability, class, etc., cannot be disentangled from one another, there exists no universal experience of oppression . . .