Move Over Millennials, It’s Time to Talk About Generation Z

The United States Census Bureau recently released a report revealing that for the first time, Caucasians make up less than half of all births in the United States. The unprecedented ethnic diversity of children born around the turn of the new millennium isn’t the only way their generation will create a future dramatically different even from the present that has shaped them. After years of hand-wringing, analysis, and discussion revolving around the Millennials, the conversation is beginning to turn to their successors, children born after 1996, according to some, or simply around the year 2000, according to others. Regardless, the time has come to meet the hazily-defined, little-understood, shakily-named Generation Z.
 
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Asexuals: The Marginalized Group You Haven’t Even Heard Of

Here at MMXLII we suspect that by 2042 you will be just as aware of the asexual community as you are of the LGBT community today.  However, we also suspect that at the moment you may or may not be aware that such a community even exists.  So we start this post by attempting to answer the question we had when we first started researching this piece.  What does it mean to self-identify as asexual?
 
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