#TIA – We yield in this instance to the next generation’s own points of view about what the future holds for them on love
“Boys kissing boys. Girls saying #MeToo. Political debates over bathrooms.
Imagine being a kid. Decades of slow cultural change in gay rights and women’s rights and a burgeoning internet age seem to be culminating in front of you, just as you’re starting to get your first crush — and trying to pass English. The post-Millennial Gen Z-ers, people born between 1997 and 2016, in grade schools are forming their views on love now, and we wanted to know what they are thinking. So, the USA TODAY Network sat down with students across America to talk about dating, marriage and family. Watch what they had to say.”
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