This is from two years ago, so I don't know how many of you have already seen this, but I want to archive it in the gold star section anyway: diverseeducation.com/article/87919/
What's great about this is that she outright admits how much better tall people are treated. The funny thing is that she's a tall woman, not a tall male, so you can bet that she hasn't even experienced the full benefits. Yet we often see tall guys downplaying this, not to mention people of all heights trying to make it seem like stature barely matters in everyday life.
Here's the best part: She is black and female, which means people aren't as likely to get mad at her for daring to compare height to something like racism. I would link this whenever somebody misses the point of the analogy and spews the usual strawman: "Heightism doesn't have the same history as racism." Nobody ever claims it does. We're talking about how much better/worse someone is treated for being born a certain way. No more, no less.