In other instances, wealthy people around us are privileged since they are able to experience a better life that us (Kim 15).
People who are not privileged are said to be less privileged, these include the poor, hunger stricken or the ailing. The system of education we go through is a privilege since some people go through a poor system of education since they are not provided with a good library, personal computers or even revision materials. Privilege is seen in some cases in our daily life whereby some people are able to get jobs easily unlike others or in such instances; the jobs are well paying unlike others. It is a privilege to live in this country unlike those living in war stricken nations; this is because we are able to experience peace unlike those who live fearing for their life (123).
Considering our races, one may consider it as a privilege; some of the other races are discriminated maybe due to their skin complexion or their accent. Our social class is a privilege in that, we are able to have some things that the less privileged lack such as expensive lifestyles. Class comes with the tendency to have something that another person lacks in terms of recognition and livelihood.
Been classy also involves our dress code where classy people will dress expensively to reflect their class while those considered not to be classy will wear what is available and not what they wish to wear. One may consider our gender as a privilege, considering both sides of the gender there are privileges that are gained by the female but are not enjoyed by their male counterparts. The male gender may provide privileges such as been able to do multiple tasks ranging from heavy tasks which females are not able to do. Females on the other hand also have their privileges of being given the tasks to take charge of the home setup (Kim 155).
Access to education is a privilege since