A Participatory Democracy implies that all members of society have the opportunity to make contributions in the decision-making process. When we think of the essence of a democracy, we think, the power is in the people, right? Therefore, citizens are active participants in representing their own country. Do we have to participate? No, that is our right too, as participants in democracy, but democracy creates a platform for you to exercise your right to participate. Example? You can vote. When speaking with young adult population, I always hear the excuse, “What does it matter to vote? My vote doesn’t make a difference.” This is where the problem of recognizing our own privilege lies, as a person able to actively participate and contribute to the political system. But more than that, we have the right to voice our opinion: freedom of speech. Now, I am sure that this has its restrictions based on context, but this too is a privilege. But why is it that we exercise our privilege to express ourselves freely more than voting?