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The Martyrdom of Gen Z Needs to Stop

Is it fair to label an entire generation as world saviors?

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In the early 2000s, the eldest Millenials came of age surrounded by promise. They were the first generation of digital natives, having had access to computers and to the internet from an early age. Millennials were deemed tech-savvy, ambitious, self-confident, and determined. They were praised for having…

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Renata Gomes

Renata Gomes

Writing about love, relationships, culture, and life in general. Get my book, Acid Sugar, at shorturl.at/hvAVX

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