Upperclass dating

18-Nov-2018 09:12

"Strangers who have never met yet who share a class background often have more in common with each other than spouses with whom they share their life if they came from different classes," sociologist Jessi Streib, author of But thanks in large part to the Internet leveling the playing field, people have more opportunity to meet and hook up with those from different walks of life.

Take, for instance, Kim* and Zach, who met through Craigslist casual encounters.

But can a lower class person date an upper class individual, and make it a successful relationship? If i met a woman who was kind, And real I would not care about her "Class" in regards to career, background etc.

There are many folks who look good on paper, And are miserable and negative beings. This is where trouble occurs, With people lumping other folks into "classes" and dividing us further.

For me, all that matters is whether or not there's an attraction, both physically and mentally.

In fact, I often find myself being attracted to women who have a completely different background than I do.

She laughs: "He had a very upper-class voice and it turned me on completely.

I had been sent to lessons to learn to talk like that and here was the real thing." She had a child, Titus, 26, with him, but the marriage failed and she moved in with "an upper middle-class bohemian intellectual" and they too had a child, Daniel, 17.

"He said it would give me social mobility," she observes, with a wry smile. She went on to marry a man "from the top of the social scale".I recently spent a Saturday morning strolling around a downtown market with an old friend. We walked along the stalls, taking in the eccentric atmosphere, chatting about life.The sun was shining, familiar jokes had left a smile etched on my face and I just couldn't get over the deals I was seeing (three green peppers for a dollar?! As conversations held by females in their mid-twenties sometimes do, our chat turned to dating.My rule of thumb: I do not judge, And the person always gets a chance.I grew up upper middle/lower upper class, but I honestly don't care about a woman's socioeconomic level, occupation, or educational background when deciding whether or not to spend time with her or even date her.

"He said it would give me social mobility," she observes, with a wry smile. She went on to marry a man "from the top of the social scale".I recently spent a Saturday morning strolling around a downtown market with an old friend. We walked along the stalls, taking in the eccentric atmosphere, chatting about life.The sun was shining, familiar jokes had left a smile etched on my face and I just couldn't get over the deals I was seeing (three green peppers for a dollar?! As conversations held by females in their mid-twenties sometimes do, our chat turned to dating.My rule of thumb: I do not judge, And the person always gets a chance.I grew up upper middle/lower upper class, but I honestly don't care about a woman's socioeconomic level, occupation, or educational background when deciding whether or not to spend time with her or even date her.That's because research shows that most of us just feel more comfortable dating people at similar educational and economic levels.