Is the younger generation more realistic in matters of love and sex?

  • Jessica Klein
  • BBC

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Young people today do not date or have romantic relationships in the same way as previous generations, so is this younger generation’s approach to relationships more realistic?

“Are you ready to calm down?” That’s the question Kyung-Mi Lee, a student at Yale University, asked in a February 2020 article, “The Solution: Romance in Generation Z,” for the university’s Yale Daily News. Will she and her age follow the same tendency as millennials to postpone marriage?

(Generation Z is the millennial generation and is mostly used to refer to those born in the mid to late 1990s.)

Nearly two years after writing the article, Mi Li felt the answer was “yes” – but for a reason that may be different from other millennia.

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