People have Mất tích sight of the true meaning of their existance, they have Mất tích sight of what passion and progress mean, and spend most of their teenagehood focused on sex, hoặc popularity. Teenagehood is a time where people should be exploring their interests and finding their passion, and đã đưa ý kiến passion becomes, eventually, the meaning of their very existance. And only when bạn have found out your passion and know what kind of person bạn are, then bạn can start to think about taking on a serious relationship, possibly getting married and having children.
It's all a giant crapfest, but that's pretty much how it's always been.
In my country, people have been complaining for years that the police force is too soft, and criminals can pretty much do whatever they want. Just recently, a recording has been on the news with a female police officer kicking an intoxicated guy who refused to step inside the police vehicle in the nuts.
And suddenly, the whole country acts all butthurt, saying "She had no right to kick him like that! ngọn lửa, chữa cháy her! Lock her up!". That woman had all the right, we've been saying that for years! But when it actually happens, we act like our noses bleed.
It is. The things being exposed to kids nowadays are awful. I don't understand MTV's motives. They'll quảng cáo abstinence and an toàn, két an toàn sex yet hiển thị Jersey Shore. Kids nowadays are very impressionable. I visited my town middle school two years ago. The chorus students in my school went there to sing for them and educate the eighth graders (incoming freshman) about our chorus. When I was there I saw girls with makeup caked on their faces and skirts almost exposing their underwear. Sixth grade boys swearing and talking about how many girls they want to hook up with before high school and how much weed they want to smoke. I have no problem with smoking weed since it's pretty much harmless but for a middle schooler (or anyone in that matter) to be smoking it religiously is a disgusting habit. Middle school kids shouldn't be smoking it at all to be honest. Honestly, in middle school I was waiting for a Hogwarts letter and listening to the Jonas Brothers. I was NOT doing up to half of the things these kids are doing.
I blame technology. Us 90s (or any decade before) kids were raised to play outside and with toys. 2000s kids were raised around technology whether it's TVs, computers, MP3 players, and phones. I do community service at my towns' elementary school and I see kids in the 3rd grade with iPHONES. I didn't get a phone until I was 12 and it was a crappy flip phone for emergencies. I wasn't able to text until freshman năm and I didn't get a Smartphone until JUNIOR year. I've seen 5th graders with Facebooks. Facebook is a site for students who are about to graduate high school and want to keep in touch with their high school friends. These kids are using it to bully others.
THIS IS ONE FUCKED UP GENERATION! I MEAN WAT R THEY TEACHING KIDS IN SCHOOL? TO SELL UR BODY FOR SEX AND TO SHOOT PEOPLE IF THEY GIVE U A DIRTY LOOK? SERIOUSLY, WAT HAPPENED? IM IN THIS GENERATION AND I CAN ADMIT, THAT ALL OF MY Những người bạn AND PEOPLE IN MY SCHOOL....................R COMPLETE FUCK NUTS!
A fucking disgrace, It's full of pedophiles, sexiest, homophobics , religious freaks, ageist, religionist,
Society is freakin' terrible, pressuring young girls into puberty and relationships, they aren't ready for. and pressuring guys to do the same.
Forcing likes and dislike on people, and telling teenage girls who to like. and for teenage boys, how to dress, and act.
Also cliques. They are the fucking stupidiest thing. They basically throw a bunch of "similar" kids together and stick a label on them. They treat them like they are all the same, when in fact they are soo different.
Society is a judgmental fucking asshole, if you're gay, bạn shunned, if your lesbian, your shunned, if your bisexual your shunned, if bạn have a mental disability your shunned, if bạn aren't like everybody else, you're shunned. Society makes children think there is the perfect self, yet it's unreachable. Is teen magazines, it tell girls how to dress and act, and how to tell if a boy likes them hoặc not, hoặc how to make their boobs look bigger, and they shouldn't be concerned about that until the are older, and quite a bit older.
today's society sickens me, tell bạn who to be, who to act, who to dress.
I wish kids would stop falling into the hands of society and start being themselves, and not be so focused on fitting it, and worry about how the look and whatnot, it's not a healthy way of life, AT ALL. It's sad honestly.
Looking at the majority of our generation, we positively suck right now. We have an education right at our fingertips, paid for bởi other people, and yet they'd rather pay attention to MTV, the newest thing some celebrity đã đưa ý kiến on Twitter, and deciding who to hook up wiht next. We may be one of the dumbest generations yet. I'm scared of what the world's going to look like when we become adults, and have kids. Not that being a kid hoặc teen is stopping them from having any. If anything, there's going to be a lot thêm jobs at abortion clinics, with how we're acting. This is why I'm glad I go to a private, Christian school. Most people there have a sense of dignity, and common sense.
And yes, we are the most accepting generation yet. But we tend to discard religion like it's nothing. Nobody cares if a Christian is offended bởi something they say, hoặc do. I may be biased, because I am a Christian. But I feel like it's true.
There are several things wrong with it, a countless number of things. But there are good things in it, too. Things that we can learn from, mistakes that we can correct. There is room for improvement, there is always room for improvement. There are still things that we have yet to learn, ideas that are outdated and need changing, but I have hope for our future, and even for our present. The world is only as bad as we paint it to be, so why don't we all work together to paint it to be the way we want it to be?