Ahhh!!! That makes more sense Tonberry, thank you!
I would say though, that a lot of the below could be enjoyed with a friend (2 for 1s, going to dinner together, not getting harassed, etc.) I understand that the privilege referred to is a pretty specific context, but when a lot of those things can be experienced with a friend, a father, a co-worker, it gets muddy for me. Plus 1's are often friends for me at events, too.
But! It's a little less foggy now; seems like it's all centred around bad behavior when I've heard it applied, instead of just about the benefits of two people together.