The term 'Generation X' appears to have come into common use following the book of the same name by Canadian novelist Douglas Coupland, although it was also the name of Billy Idol's '70s punk-pulp band. The term loosely describes the entire post-baby boom generation, particularly those who grew up in the 1980s - a generation for which parental divorce, diminished job expectations, and new technology were common themes. Similar terms include 'twentysomethings' and 'thirtysomethings'. This category is for sites which deal with Generation Xers as people - this may include, but is not limited to, sites about Gen X culture, lifestyles, philosophies and interests. Personal pages should be submitted to the appropriate letter category of Society/People/Personal_Homepages.
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Please submit all sites to their correct location and category.For pages for, about or by people over fifty years old.
When submitting to the categories within, please keep in mind that Society: People: Generations_and_Age_Groups: Youth will only list sites for and about young people.Somewhere between childhood and maturity is a period of being young. There are several issues and points of view unique to this age. The Open Directory Project contains several categories within the topical categories with information for this group. This category is a collection of them, as well as categories for children, kids, teens, and other terms used to define people who haven't reached maturity.
Sites about young people should be submitted to the appropriate topical directory tree. Hopefully you will find that category pointed to within this category.
Sites for young people should be considered for the Kids and Teens directory.
There will be instances where a site is appropriate for more than one of these options.