I think part of the point I was trying to make below is that most everyone has some privilege-infused ideas. It's not the same for everyone, but one can be an other to some and still see some "others" through a privileged lens. The privilege concept, as I use it and I think as it was used in this thread, is about people and their attitudes rather than what any household had. My main point is that all of us need to recognize these things in our makeup and confront them. I don't think you are unaware of that based on what you said in reaction to what you read about the class, etc.