People from different social classes may have trouble understanding the way other classes operate.
The "New York Times" article "When Richer Weds Poorer, Money Isn't the Only Difference" describes a couple in which the lower-class husband did not fit in with people from his wealthy wife's social class -- because he was a straight shooter and she and her friends talked around issues.
A lawyer messaged me and he's surprisingly witty, down to earth, etc. So, if we start dating and he wants to travel, the only way we could do it on a regular basis is if he pays for me and that just seems wrong.
I feel like we click so well online, but I can't imagine us meshing in real life because of our different social classes. There is no reason at all not to pursue this by assuming class differences will cause problems. It can work, but it depends on the circumstance, people, etc.
I don't wear name brand clothing and don't have a desire to even if I were rich. I've found that social class, or shall we say financial differences can prove to to be a very difficult challenge in relationships.
My neighborhood, just one town over, looks like Wisteria Lane.
I had just graduated from NYU and while I studied writing and history, Brian finished up vocational high school.
After all, we're living in the 21st century, not in the highly stratified social world of might tell you, it's rare for people to hook up across classes.