The culture's gender insanity is bearing fruit with people between the ages 13 and 20 spouting bizarre ideas about the relationships between boys and girls, according to a new study by a division of J. Walter Thompson. (Study is here.)
Fifty-six percent of respondents from the so-called Gen-Z “said they know someone who went by gender neutral pronouns such as ‘they,’ ‘them,’ or ‘ze,’ compared to 43 percent” of Gen Y, also known as Millennials, says the study. The "Gen Zers" also say their peers reject the “gender binary” when shopping. (“Gender binary” is a new progressive term intended to stigmatize the reality that boys and girls usually want different things. When shopping for shoes, for instance, 39 percent of the boys might buy high-heels, or maybe even push-up bras, says the study.)
Only 48 percent of Gen Z describe themselves as “completely heterosexual,” and six percent consider themselves “completely homosexual.” All the rest portray themselves as somewhat bi-sexual. Correspondingly, 91 percent of them say they strongly or somewhat agree that they or other “people are exploring their sexuality more than in the past.”
Seventy-eight percent of them strongly or somewhat agree that “gender doesn’t define a person as much as it used to.” Seventy percent say gender neutral bathrooms should be provided in public.
Welcome to the Twilight Zone.