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We pretend that we live in a classless society where background does not matter as much as present compatibility.
Things are changing and people’s classes are no longer inscribed in stone.
Of course, financial equality does not mean cultural equality, so you wonder why he attaches too much importance to simple things like good food or designer labels.
He, on the other hand, gets exasperated by your easy-come-easy-go spending attitude.
Fast forward to 2017, the Internet rules; anyone can meet anyone, and nobody kicks up a fuss about cross-class relationships or marriages anymore. We no longer factor it in when considering the root of our relationship problems, and we look to psychology or gender norms instead when trying to figure out why our partner is being an ass.
Believe it or not though, social class or shall we say socio-economic differences, still pose a very difficult challenge in relationships today.
Anyone who has dated someone outside their social class can affirm that there are strange tensions and inevitable speed bumps that come with these kinds of relationships. For instance, your boyfriend could be from a high-class, wealthy family while you come from a working-class family with less money.
A couple of days ago, while having drinks with some friends at Intercontinental hotel (which turned out to be a horrible experience, as the place is nothing like a 5 star hotel…or even a 4 star -the food is substandard and the roof of the bar leaks), a friend mentioned her recent experience on a date.
She had gone out with a guy who, although was wealthy, obviously had a working-class background.