I've noticed that in the media, when reporters talk about the social justice and political correctness fad that's been sweeping college campuses, they refer to the college kids as "Millennials", but I've rarely (if ever) heard them call them "Gen Zers".
But current college students were born around 1994-1998... that's 1 year of Millennial students vs 4 years of Gen Z students! Shouldn't Gen Z be getting the blame for this? And I believe this kind of stuff really started around 2013, when the *first* Gen Zers were entering college! Do these media sources just go by the 1982-2000 definition for Millennials?
Of course, I'm not saying *everyone* in Gen Z is a PC nitwit, there are conservative Gen Zers too. But it seems that for younger people, politics are getting increasingly polarized, with any semblance of middle ground evaporating. On Facebook or YouTube, I've seen a lot of teens pretend to be Neo-Nazis - or even become actual neo-Nazis - because "it triggers the SJWs", or because they believe poorly-sourced memes about Jews and black people. They call thesmelves "Fashy Teens", or the "alt right".