‘Millennial’: An Insult?

Check out my first published article –  in collaboration with FourGoodsCo By FrancescaWho

Albemarle University

The term ‘millennial’ has transformed from being a ‘generation definition’ to that of an insult over the past couple of years. Whilst it was once considered to be the epitome of youth, opportunities and a new era, it has since become an offensive figure of speech that one does no longer wish to be associated with.

After the recent reporting in which Think Tank believe all 25 year-olds should receive a government hand-out of £10,000 each, the country is not happy. And ‘millennials’ are on the receiving end of yet another generation bashing. But if the majority of ‘millennials’ are in disagreement about this idea, why is the anger directed at the generation?…. Continue reading at FourGoodsCo



One Comment Add yours

  1. Ade-Oluwa says:

    The 1980s are now the leaders and young parents. We need to step up to the plate, and let the teens know what’s up. We can’t keep playing ostrich with our age. To a teenager of today, 30 is old. So we might as well start acting with the wisdom of our age and be the conscience and sanity of this millennia. That separates the boys from the men and the girls from the women.

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