Every person has a certain perspective on the world, which is conditioned by individual experiences, privileges and identity characteristics. Especially with regard to identities, the observation and categorization of the environment is predominantly carried out from a dominant white, male, heterosexual and educated point of view – that is, from a (supposedly) very privileged perspective. Because people rarely question or become self-aware of their privileges, they are seen as natural givens. At the same time, other identity characteristics and categories fade into the background: they are made invisible. Only when a self-reflective change of perspective is carried out does one’s own perspective become clear and can be expanded through empathy.