This article argues that the ideology of color-blind racism is part of a broader, overarching ideology of “oppression blindness.” Using an intersectional framework for understanding white privilege, color-blind racism is seen not as a distinct ideology, but one which overlaps with and reinforces other systems of inequality. This article specifically examines the interconnections and similarities among color-blindness, postfeminism, and christonormativity. Examining their similarities, I argue that we should approach each discourse as one strand in a larger tapestry that intertwine and work together to reinforce and defend the culture of privilege.