GEN Z 2025
Gen Z are growing up in very non-traditional
family structures. Twenty-eight percent of Gen
Zers are living in multigenerational homes,
being influenced by the norms and values of
multifaceted family members under one roof.
They’re an increasingly blended bunch, and that
trend is only set to grow. Since 2000, there’s
been a 50% increase in the multiracial youth
population. As Gen Z grow up, they will carry
on their norms of acceptance, absorbed in an
increasingly diverse world and home.
Instead of rebelling from their parents, today’s
kids and teens see allies and friends in their
parental units. They have manicures and take
bike trips together, or share bonding activities
like pulling out a loose tooth with a drone. And
ME IS WE
Keep it together –
in the family
LIVE IN MULTIGENERATIONAL HOMES
their parents are helping them foster openness,
like this awesome Dad who celebrated his son
choosing a mermaid doll over another toy.
These attitudes of openness are reflected in
the changing face of traditional families (kids
living with married, heterosexual parents).
One of the biggest shifts in family setups is
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