Study: Only 48 Percent of 13-20 Year Olds Identify as “exclusively heterosexual”


56% of US Gen Zers know someone who uses gender-neutral pronouns, according to the new study.

The study is covered in depth in an article published yesterday by the Vice media title Broadly. As the article notes:

Fifty-six percent of 13-to-20-year-olds said that they knew someone who went by gender neutral pronouns such as “they,” “them,” or “ze,” compared to 43 percent of people aged 28 to 34 years old. Over a third of Gen Z respondents also strongly agreed that gender did not define a person as much as it used to. This figure dropped to 23 percent among millennials who were 28 and up.

Those belonging to Generation Z also rejected the gender binary while shopping—only 44 percent said they always bought clothes designed for their own gender, versus 54 percent of millennials. But they also felt strongly that public spaces should provide access to gender neutral bathrooms, with 70 percent of Gen Zs coming out in support of the move compared to 57 percent of 21–34-year-olds.

The full findings of the study indicate a sea change in generation Z’s perception of gender roles:

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In fact, the “sea change” in gender attitudes is nothing more than a completely un-analyzed acceptance of media tripe by kids who have no idea how they are being played. There are many villains in this effort to confuse coddled, inexperienced kids who think that they are being tolerant and sophisticated by buying into this nonsense, and perhaps they will gain a little more insight when they have to grow up, make a living, start a family, and become part of a rational society. Perhaps. Or they may be forever damaged and never understand the junk they have been fed is nothing more than certain interest groups trying to sell them something. Unfortunately it appears many have taken the hook and swallowed the bait.

Source: jwtintelligence.com



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