Gen Z is more likely to “think outside the gender and sexuality box.” 

Gen Z is more likely to “think outside the gender and sexuality box.” According to a Tinder and GLAAD study, one third of 18-25-year-olds have become more open to dating different genders over the last three years, while one fifth showed an interest in polyamory. Eighty-six percent of respondents say they believe they are more tolerant than their parents’ generation, with only 13% coming out to their family and friends. About 44% said they still need to better educate themselves on LGBTQ+ issues, and 25% have used TV shows and movies on queer issues, while one third turn to social media and influencers for their source of information. (Them)