"Privilege" is not just any nice thing, in and of itself, that happens to you.
A random happy accident is not a privilege. If you find a dollar on the sidewalk, you are not oppressing the people around you with your “found a dollar privilege.”
A fortunate side effect of an otherwise oppressed or difficult reality is not a privilege. A lesbian who enjoys gender role equality in her relationships with other women is not oppressing het-partnered women with her “lesbian privilege.”
A benefit won by an oppressed group after decades of struggle is not a privilege. A woman who can wear pants in public without getting arrested is not oppressing gender non-conforming men with her “woman privilege.”
A state of being that regularly puts you at risk for violence and discrimination is not a privilege. Butch lesbians do not oppress femmes with their “visibility privilege.”
Privilege is about the systems in place to preserve the dominance of one group over another.
Oppression is what happens when you are on the wrong end of that system. Oppression shuts you out of opportunities: the job, the promotion, the neighborhood with the good school, the networks of powerful people. It makes you feel unsafe when you leave the house.
Couching oppression in terms of “anything bad that ever happens to me” is absurd and downright offensive.
And while we’re on the subject, no, sexual rejection is not oppression. You don’t have a universal right to have sex with whoever you please, and a woman who turns you down is not oppressing you with her vagina privilege.