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  • American Gen Zers bring back old gender norms
  • American Gen Zers bring back old gender norms
    freestocks.org (2017) ©
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American Gen Zers bring back old gender norms

Despite a reputation for gender fluidity, young people today are more likely to believe men should have control over the domestic sphere than teens did 20 years ago. As the public sphere gets more progressive, Gen Zers are reverting to old power dynamics in their home lives.

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