Institutions were designed for one reason and one reason alone—to limit human agency enough to make a buck off the people targeted.
For instance, the school system was designed to make obedient workers but more than this, the education system limits the parent-child or master-apprentice relationship from fulfilling its God-ordained agency of facilitating real education.
And it’s like this with sports, healthcare, religion, marriage, government and everything that requires human beings to exercise agency. It’s certain that institutions stop many people from asking questions…of themselves, society and the general way in which things are done.
Indeed, everywhere you find an institution, what’s typically missing is people’s ability to ask questions or exercise their own agency.
So by all means, find ways to exercise your agency and ask questions!