Thought he was going to do a couple of more episodes on class, but given the downside risks of potentially alienating his audience I guess he didn't really want to go in. Further clarifying class dynamics would help a lot of dudes understand what their ceilings are in regards to marriage and lifestyle. There are two types of comments that show there is still some level of confusion for folks etched in class, a) comments about Black women wanting thugs b) when people beef with Kevin's numbers regarding the price of an upper-middle-class lifestyle. In regards to a) Too many dudes resent that the women they are attracted to are not attracted to them, and then they chalk it up to chicks not wanting a square. Certain women have an attraction to their class aesthetics, and they don't place value on a man being of a higher class than they are. Nor or they going to value you primarily for being organized aka "having your shyt together"--whether or not they should is irrelevant to my point--you have to acknowledge that part of the game and move on. In regards to b) this forum is filled with folks who consistently conflate working class vs upper-middle-class lifestyles/expenses because the catchall term "middle class" is so overused it essentially lost its meaning. I see this with my NYC relatives who think they can easily enter upper-middle-class institutions and social circles because they have government jobs that pay 85k. Social class does not work that way, and you will not gain access just because you make more than the "average".