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Jacob R says:

People today are so isolated from each other. We hide behind our screens in our rooms an read news articles about someone who was stabbed or shot by some random person on the street (Which is not common) and we fear other people and lose trust with one another. We wonder why we are depressed when we spend all day by ourselves indoors, on social media or video games or YouTube/Netflix. The young today don't know what we want to do in our lives, even when we get to college age. The young are so lost in the world that they start questioning their own gender and sexuality, acting like it matters and that it is the be-all-end-all of who we are. We can't emotionally handle the things we can't or shouldn't change and we think other's opinions are offensive and oppressive. But we are outspoken and accepting of those who look different from us. But in a world that is breaking away from religion and patriotism, we are becoming more tolerant of others (as long as they have our same views and methods).

Beth Roberts says:

Don't forget that during WWI and WWII and the 1950s, this country was still segregated. Things were not all rosy and perfect back then. Women were supposed to stay home and raise the kids, cook and clean and do it all with a smile on their face and in heels and a dress. BUT what your mom says below is true: your generation is motivated, vocal and willing to speak out for what you want and what you believe in. If you all will just register to vote and then actually SHOW UP at the polls, you WILL change this country.

Skye Acker says:

I agree that people definitely seem to have a shorter fuse than they used to…not sure it has anything to do with generations tho. Every generation blames the one before…every generation thinks the following generations are whiny lol. My generation didnt have it easy either. We didnt leave our doors unlocked lol. But the older I get, the more I realize that there was never some amazing perfect time period in American history. We're taught that the 1950s were some kind of perfect shiny America, but thats because old people tend to forget the bad and only remember the good. And the old people right now grew up in the 1950s. I know your generation has it hard and the older generations are making it harder on you. But my generation is so proud of yours for standing up for your beliefs and sticking together. That is your generation's greatest strength. Yall will not be divided, just keep standing up for each other.

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