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I'm always in the cusp of everything. Born in 81, so I'm in the cusp of gen x and gen y. I'm also in a zodiac cusp as well as a MTBI personality cusp. not complaining at all....but is is a bit weird....
true but you are last to be gen x and y cusp leaning towards Late Generation X
 

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I don't identify with Generation Y much and I'm born on 1980. Generation X fits me better. I think the people in the edge is a toss up. It just all depends. Seems like these guys all have different time periods. I don't take it seriously anymore. I love the 70s and 80s.
 

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I find interest in people in every generation, of all ages.

Yeah, I'm not a big fan of labels, nor fitting in...into anywhere or anything. I just want to connect to an individual.

Does that sound INFJy?
I feel the same way.
Labels are for jars.
Fitting in is for jigsaw puzzles!
I don't know if it's INFJy.
I'm an ESFP!
 
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I think it’s stops at 81 according to most other stuff I saw

The fact is the oldest people of a generation will often relate to the previous generation more likely

So myself being right next to that cut off for gen x and y relates more to gen x

Just happens
I especially relate more to gen X here when gen z relate themselves to gen Y
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I don’t consider someone born after 2000 relating to gen Y

People on the cusp of any generation will just fall into a weird grey area
 

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I think it’s stops at 81 according to most other stuff I saw

The fact is the oldest people of a generation will often relate to the previous generation more likely

So myself being right next to that cut off for gen x and y relates more to gen x

Just happens
I especially relate more to gen X here when gen z relate themselves to gen Y
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I don’t consider someone born after 2000 relating to gen Y

People on the cusp of any generation will just fall into a weird grey area
Those of us born in the late 80s & early 90s don't relate to anyone born in the late 90s & early 00s.
 

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I guess I'll put my first post on this thread since it seems somewhat active. It seems like there is a little disagree as to the years that comprise Gen X but I've always agreed with the 65-80 range myself. I was born in 1966 and I definitely don't relate to baby boomers at all and while I graduated in the mid 80's I relate much more to the music and culture of the 90's. I also don't really relate to millennials but even with the age gap I relate to older millennials more so than boomers. For me it's not about when you first become a teenager it's more about the point after school where you made it on your own and everything about the 90's including music, movies, sports, and as much as I hate politics even the political climate make it the greatest decade for me.
 

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To be honest, I see 1979 as the best year to end Gen X. 1980-1983 is the cusp between Gen X and Gen Y to me. A generation should be 20 years, so 1960-1979. Only reason why 1960-1964 are being labeled as boomers is cause of the fertility rate thing. Otherwise, they would have been X. '61-'81 is actually 21 years, while 1960-1979 is the perfect 20 years.
 
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