I don't use the Manosphere's "social sexual" hierarchy because it's close to worthless since it doesn't describe reality.
Years ago I read a book by the late Paul Fussell called Class, which made me laugh because it was right on the money.
Here are the classes he described:
The upper class, which consists of the top-out-of-sights and the mainstream upper class.
The middle class, broken down into upper-middles and middles.
The proletarian, or working class (proles, for short), consisting of the high, middle, and low proles.
The very bottom classes, the destitute and the bottom-out-of-sight.
Category X, people who withdraw from the class system and live life according to their own rules. (Category X has nothing to do with Generation X.)
One thing I remember him describing are those who live in trailers and have aquariums. I know people like this. They're the "hoosiers" I spoke about (the word being an insult in the area I was raised). Not exactly white trash, but close.
They're always stupid, poor, addicted to drugs and alcohol and drama. The skinny guys are the ones who screw obese women. When the women aren't obese they're still alcoholics or heroin or meth addicts. Both sexes always have an arrest record and sometimes don't have a driver's license.
When you see some scruffy long-haired guy riding his bike down the street, it's because he lost his driver's license. And they're ones you see scrapping two dollars worth of aluminum cans every day.
They're the truly promiscuous ones and their relationships never work out.
Then this is a class I'm not sure exists anymore. They're the working class/blue collar class who worked themselves up to middle class. Those were my parents, who dropped out of high school. My father was a general contractor and my mother worked nights at the local ER.
I never lacked anything.
The reason I don't think this class exists anymore is because the economy is so bad, has been for a long time, and will be for a long time.
Then there is the middle class, which is in big trouble. They're the ones with the middle class houses, new cars, kids in decent public schools.
My parents were middle class and were married from 1956 to 2013, when both died six weeks apart. That's middle class. They're the backbone of the culture.
I am not all the familiar with the rest of the upper classes, but I noticed when owning a taxi that the old rich live in mansions set very far back from the street, in a rural area, with a private road that looks like just a one-lane blacktop road. (These are Fussell's "Out-of-Sights.")
I went down such a street one time to deliver a letter and suddenly there was this mansion.
I've also found those who drove the Porsches and such cars are the middle class who've worked their way up to the moneyed class and think the old rich drive such cars - which they do not.
The middle classes and above don't want anything to do with the lower classes. The's why the police exist, who spend most of the time dealing with the Dalits - a term originally from India and now sometimes used in the U.S. to describe the lowlifes.
I have never in my life met the Manosphere's description of an "alpha," because they don't exist. I have met homicidal men, but they had nothing in common with the homicidal hatred that is supposed to be characteristic of "Omegas."
I have met many bullies, but they weren't "alphas" with "high self-esteem" and "insane self-confidence." They were big-mouth cowards and I've seen them stomped flat in ten seconds by those they picked on - and then seen them beg to left alone and not to be hit anymore. I'm going to repeat that - beg.
The bigger the mouth, the bigger the coward. The truly scary guys are the quiet ones.
As for my class, very few can tell what I am, and that upsets some people because they cannot pigeonhole me.
The Manosphere's "social-sexual" hierarchy was created by men with little experience in life. I am astonished by the delusion and naivete I encounter.