I'm curious about how people feel about class. I always felt class was eroding when I was youner, however recently I've become more acquainted with people who have come from privileged backgrounds and I see the opportunities afforded to them. I also think Brexit and the rise of the right wing has made me more aware of how class is exploited. I still consider myself working class, but I certainly don't live a working class life. In fact, I'm very lucky in that I live in a nice house, can afford a lot of luxuries and while money isn't something I can forget about and I've had lean spells, I know I'm better off than a lot of people in this country. I grew up in a council house, we didn't have a phone until we moved around my 6th birthday, didn't have a car for years. My Dad was a labourer and many of his brothers still worked on sites up until very recently. I feel really strongly about working class values, many of them rooted in socialism, but I'm conflicted about how I carry them on when I live a very middle class life without being a hypocrite or fetishising people and communities worse off than me. Do you think about your class? Do you think it really matters now?