The question is, who goes where on the hierarchy?
My first suggestion would look something like the below, with the allegedly most victimized human beings (and, thus, most politically worthy) at the top of the list and the allegedly most privileged human beings (and, thus, least politically worthy) at the bottom.
This first look at the possible structure considers ethnicity and sexual orientation, but does not include certain other necessary differentiations. For example, what about Jews and Far East Asians? What about old people? Or, say, old Korean people? Or, say, old wealthy Korean people? Or, say, old wealthy Korean people of the male variety?
Or what about old wealthy Rosicrucian-Korean tranny albinos?
Understand, of course, that I find the whole notion of a Politically Correct Hierarchy of Victimhood vomitous and bigoted... but, then, I am not politically correct, either.
Sadly, others do not take my personal nausea into consideration when they go about formulating their notions of politics and justice.
Nonetheless, this is a first pass:
I am, of course, tempted to add economic class into the mix, but I am not entirely certain just who the social justice warriors (SJWs) hate more, rich white guys or poor white guys?
One would think that rich white guys would be at the very bottom, but rich white guys tend to be more "progressive" than poor white guys. Furthermore, they can sometimes afford to finance the organized anger of SJWs and they - unlike their deplorable trailer-trash cousins - can make amiable chit-chat over dinners that they pay for. For this reason, if we were to add economic class to the hierarchy, poor white guys would probably be at the very bottom.
In any case, this is a starting point.
Suggestions are welcome.