I heard a commentary where one person said millennial generation has a large degree of undeserved entitlement, and that they were "whiners". Since it was, from my point of view, an unsubstantiated claim, I thought it was nothing more than nostalgia-fueled "get off my lawn" rhetoric, but then I read this:
No noon meal for kids in debt at middle school
What was surprising to me was not that these kids were denied lunch, but how everyone else responded to this. When I was a kid it was a very common, well-known fact that if you didn't have money you couldn't get lunch. In fact, nobody even cared about this fact unless you were poor (like me) and eating cafeteria instead of sack lunch was a luxury, not a right.
Now the very same thing is called "bullying, child-neglect, and abuse". What's your take?