Gender Inequality

This is how Gen Z's views on gender set it apart in the US

Youth in the US are far more comfortable than previous generations with people not identifying as either a man or a woman. Image: REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

Dan Kopf

Reporter, Quartz

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