Este mes CAM nos dice:

“Dice la periodista que una cifra extraordinaria de los adultos norteamericanos están dispuestos a autoclasificarse como lesbianas, gays, bisexuales, transgéneros “o algo diferente a heterosexual”. Los más audaces pertenecen a la llamada generación Z (nacidos entre 1997 y 2003).

El 15% se autoclasifica como “Bisexuales”. Ello explica el resultado electoral de los comicios de “midterm” de 2022. Los jóvenes le arrebataron el triunfo a Trump, como se ha dicho”

Por otro lado, en cuanto a los Centennials (Generation Z) se abunda:

Morality Can Be a Grey Area to Gen Z.
Looking at some basic principles, there is a curious generational shift in the moral compass of Americans. With some awareness that teens’ views may still be quite pliable, we’ll focus on the respondents who indicate the highest level of agreement with these statements in order to show those presently most committed to these beliefs. At this extreme end, one-quarter of Gen Z (24%) strongly agrees that what is morally right and wrong changes over time based on society. There is a wide generational divide on this point: Twice as many Gen Z than Boomers (12%) believe this. The centrality of the self as moral arbiter is also higher among the younger generations—21 percent of Gen Z and 23 percent of Millennials believe each individual is his or her own moral authority—though Gen X (18%) and Boomers (17%) aren’t too far behind on this one. As mentioned, these are only the proportions who strongly agree, so this is perhaps just a hint of a broader public acceptance that morality can be fluid. Teens in Barna focus groups elaborated on their perspective. One participant said, “Society changes, and what’s good or bad changes as well. It is all relative to what’s happening in the world.”