Studies on the attitudes of young people between the age of 16 and 29 show a serious split towards both feminism and influencers such as Andrew Tate. What’s behind it?
The first generation to have fully grown up online can seem confusing to older people. They dress like it is still the 00s, want to quiet quit and are “super woke” – or at least that’s how the cliches go. But according to new studies, that’s not quite the case.
Instead, generation Z is unique in being so divided, especially on the issue of gender. Studies suggest girls and young women are more likely to be “hyper-progressive” while young men and boys are more likely to feel negative towards feminism compared with baby boomers.