tl;dr I am boring and split hairs, I've had every insult handed to me so you're just giving me boring (You)s to do so
I know what your getting at, but yuppies was/is a pejorative for a minority of families. Especially the kind of families whose daughters anons would be most likely to pay attention to due to social media and celebrity circles anyway. It's an easy target that feels good because you've got a physical thing to point at and deride, rather than the larger systemic issues that almost everyone reading this is associated with:
>Decline of stay-at-home parents
Yuppies would probably be the most likely to keep that status ironically. Most peers I knew in my poorish small town had both parents working something like a 9-5. In that kind of environment, you just seep up a lot less of the skills passed from generation to generation. Despite my Mom being a good cook, I learned most of my cooking from my Dad, since he'd usually be months between jobs. Also picked up a good sense of electronics and auto just from helping him over the years even if I wasn't into it until middle school/high school. It's hard to know what exactly you're missing if you never really experienced it in the first place, and people increasingly turn to:
>Commercialization of domestic private life
Yuppies would likely be the worst case, sure, but this trend really goes back to the start of mass media and the decline of agrarian society. We increasingly trade our free time for cold cash and use it to commoditize and enhance our individual experience. TV, radio, gaming, internet on one side, fast food and processed meals on another, and you get stuff like mukbang in place of the family meal. It's quite literally a cheapening of the experiences of life by changing the invaluable to valuable.
I just say this because you could wipe all the yuppy moms and brat princess wannabees off the earth, and you'd still have girls and guys trying to unironcially make steak in the microwave/oven.