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25th Jun '16 2:43:06 PM Premonition45
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* In an event which (besides Greenland) is to date without precedent in the history of the EU, 23 June 2016, the United Kingdom voted to leave the union, making the UK the first nation to leave the European Union. On the same day as the final results came in, UK's national currency, the pound, plummeted to a 31-year all-time low (by as much as 10%) with the European stock markets taking a dive as well, and Prime Minister UsefulNotes/DavidCameron announced his resignation. The whole situation raised additional concerns as the eurosceptic movements in Belgium, Netherlands and France also began voicing demands for their own ''-II-exit'' referendums, putting the whole european integration project at risk.

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* In an event which (besides Greenland) is to date without precedent in the history of the EU, 23 June 2016, the United Kingdom voted to leave the union, Union, making the UK the first nation to leave the European Union. On the same day as the final results came in, UK's national currency, the pound, plummeted to a 31-year all-time low (by as much as 10%) with the European stock markets taking a dive as well, and Prime Minister UsefulNotes/DavidCameron announced his resignation. The whole situation raised additional concerns as the eurosceptic Eurosceptic movements in Belgium, Netherlands and France also began voicing demands for their own ''-II-exit'' referendums, putting the whole european European integration project at risk.
25th Jun '16 2:11:06 PM BigBertha
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** PostGrunge, one of the most popular rock genres of the 2000s, completely fell out of favor with audiences, with most of the bands becoming DeaderThanDisco. Only a handful of post-grunge bands kept their chart success on rock radio alive by changing their sounds; unfortunately, they're now playing to far smaller crowds than before, with only the biggest bands still pulling in thousands of people per concert.
25th Jun '16 10:48:06 AM LaptopGuy
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* On June 12, 2016, 50 people were shot and killed at Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida. It was the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history, and outcries for gun control from liberals and close surveillance of Muslim and Arab-Americans from conservatives reached their highest levels since Newtown (if not ever) and 9/11, respectively. On the positive side, the global outpouring of solidarity was the largest America has received since the 9/11 attacks, and it did more than anything else to lead to acceptance of LGBT people in the country.
24th Jun '16 2:37:09 PM Premonition45
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* In an event which (besides Greenland) is to date without precedent in the history of the EU, 23 june 2016 the United Kingdom voted to leave the union, making the UK the first nation to leave the European Union. On the same day as the final results came in, UK's national currency, the pound, plummeted to a 31-year all-time low (by as much as 10%) with the european stock markets taking a dive as well. The whole situation raised additional concerns as the eurosceptic movements in Belgium, Netherlands and France also began voicing demands for their own ''-II-exit'' referendums, putting the whole european integration project at risk.

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* In an event which (besides Greenland) is to date without precedent in the history of the EU, 23 june 2016 June 2016, the United Kingdom voted to leave the union, making the UK the first nation to leave the European Union. On the same day as the final results came in, UK's national currency, the pound, plummeted to a 31-year all-time low (by as much as 10%) with the european European stock markets taking a dive as well.well, and Prime Minister UsefulNotes/DavidCameron announced his resignation. The whole situation raised additional concerns as the eurosceptic movements in Belgium, Netherlands and France also began voicing demands for their own ''-II-exit'' referendums, putting the whole european integration project at risk.
24th Jun '16 3:37:25 AM Khazzadumm
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* In an event which (besides Greenland) is to date without precedent in the history of the EU, 23 june 2016 the United Kingdom voted to leave the union, making the UK the first nation to leave the European Union. On the same day as the final results came in, UK's national currency, the pound, plummeted to a 31-year all-time low (by as much as 10%) with the european stock markets taking a dive as well. The whole situation raised additional concerns as the eurosceptic movements in Belgium, Netherlands and France also began voicing demands for their own ''-II-exit'' referendums, putting the whole european integration project at risk.
24th Jun '16 12:03:56 AM ProfessorDetective
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* Harder rock music has fallen ''hard'' from the mainstream. While more "traditional" rock bands such as Music/LinkinPark, Music/{{Slipknot}}, Music/AvengedSevenfold, Music/{{Metallica}}, Music/IronMaiden, and Music/VanHalen are capable of commercial success, it's seldom anything close to what they experienced at their peaks, and pop radio has all but abandoned them. Their status largely lies within their live draws, as all acts can draw crowds in the high four figures in the worst markets; in the best markets, five-figure crowds are to be expected. Below those, acts like Music/{{Slayer}}, Music/{{Megadeth}}, Music/{{Korn}}, Music/FiveFingerDeathPunch, Music/RobZombie, Music/{{Disturbed}}, Music/MarilynManson, Music/LambOfGod, Music/{{Volbeat}}, and Music/{{Godsmack}} can all still pull crowds in the low to mid four figures, and the acts below them (Music/KillswitchEngage, Music/AllThatRemains, Music/{{Trivium}}, Music/{{Ghost}}, Music/SuicideSilence, Music/{{Whitechapel}}, Music/{{Mastodon}}, Music/MachineHead, etc.) are all capable of numbers in the high hundreds or low thousands. Basically, they still do very well, but the sales are coming from tickets, not albums.\\\
Most of the popular bands now are in the LighterAndSofter "Indie Rock" genre, greatly influenced by beat music, folk and new wave: Music/TheBlackKeys, Music/ImagineDragons, Music/LanaDelRey, Music/FlorenceAndTheMachine, BonIver, FosterThePeople, Mumford & Sons, Music/{{Adele}}, Music/{{Gotye}}, and Music/{{Fun}}, are representative, while Music/{{Coldplay}} and Music/{{Muse}} have maintained the popularity of AlternativeRock among the youth market with their similar takes.\\\
On the flipside, extreme metal is actually experiencing its greatest peak since the Nineties; not only have multiple long-defunct big names (Music/AtTheGates, Music/{{Carcass}}, Music/{{Gorguts}}, etc.) released their long-awaited comeback albums and returned to the touring scene, but numerous established acts are experiencing the greatest sales of their careers and there are just more options for fans as a whole than there ever have been. That being said, extreme music is still largely unknown to the mainstream; unless you're Music/CannibalCorpse, Music/TheBlackDahliaMurder, Music/{{Behemoth}}, Music/AmonAmarth, Music/NapalmDeath, or one of a select few others, you ''still'' may as well not exist to mainstream listeners.\\\
Also, ''NuMetal'', of all genres, is beginning to see a resurgence with bands like Music/{{Issues}}, Of Mice & Men, Music/HollywoodUndead, Islander, King 810, Butcher Babies, In This Moment, and From Ashes to New all gaining popularity, while older bands that previously abandoned the style such as Music/{{Slipknot}} and Music/{{Staind}} made albums that hearkened back to their old sound. Music/BringMeTheHorizon, who was once one of the posterboys for {{metalcore}}, ditched it in 2015 for a new style that incorporates nu metal, and it gave them their biggest success.
* In terms of Asian music, the effects of UsefulNotes/TheJapaneseInvasion seemingly reeling back from foreign shores (as mentioned in the Anime section) has also affected JapanesePopMusic’s once-sterling reputation in the Asian music scene; with their relatively-closed borders and peculiar approach to exporting their culture, especially since it has given UsefulNotes/SouthKorea, widely considered as it's cultural rival, a golden chance to shine in the global stage, perhaps replacing almost every other nation as the cultural capital of Asia in the process[[note]](with some even saying that South Korea has taken that sole distinction from the Japanese)[[/note]].\\\
Korea's success with its popular [[KoreanDrama dramas]] and [[KoreanMovies cinema]] is debatable, not to mention its [[HangukManhwaAenimeisyeon animation]] and [[{{Manhwa}} comics]] still pales in comparison to Japan's, but KoreanPopMusic blows those industries out of the water in terms of international success. Compared to Japan, [[WidgetSeries which has retained]] [[ValuesDissonance traditional roots]] in their musical trends, South Korea is more than willing to blend in American and Western cultural aspects to its own music and has done so with extreme success, both in the broader Asian region and to a lesser extent, in the West.\\\
Among some of K-Pop's highlights, US artist Akon paired up with Korean group Wonder Girls for the hit single ''Like Money'', and Music/{{PSY}}'s [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bZkp7q19f0 Gangnam Style]] has broken the world record for being the most viewed song on YouTube, reaching #1 on the music charts in the UK and Australia, and #2 in the USA. PSY even paired up with ''MCHammer'' of all people, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qlUyF6q0zKg performing a mash-up of Gangnam Style]]. K-Pop has made inroads on Australian radio, and dominates the nation-wide channel [[Creator/SBSPopAsia SBS [=PopAsia=]]]. When the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU) decided to have its first ever TV Song Festival in 2012, featuring eleven performers across the Asia-Pacific,[[note]] Singapore, Australia, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Malaysia, Japan, Hong Kong, Indonesia, China, Afghanistan, and of course South Korea [[/note]] it chose Korea as the host nation.\\\
It's a telltale sign that you've made success when even ''North Korea'' [[http://www.nytimes.com/2012/09/21/world/asia/gangnam-style-video-gets-north-korean-propaganda-treatment.html?partner=rss&emc=rss&smid=tw-nytimes&_r=0 has gotten in on the act]][[note]]Although [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-6x3cUtcMwM judging from the actual video]], North Korea's propaganda machine seems to be decades away from comprehending what [[EpicFail the word "parody" means]][[/note]].\\\
Of course, Japan has managed to have its own considerable international success with Music/AKB48; which has gone from a humble girl-group to a powerful media giant in Japan, {{Vocaloid}}, and the similarly memetic [=PonPonPon=] music video on Youtube. The K-Pop vs J-Pop dichotomy has become FlameBait and a source of FanDumb and MisplacedNationalism on both sides, but K-Pop's global success is undeniable, and it remains clear that it has promising days ahead.
* Japanese HardRock and HeavyMetal music, and in particular VisualKei, is undergoing somewhat of a resurgence. VisualKei and Japanese metal bands, among them XJapan, Music/BuckTick, Music/{{Loudness}}, and Music/LunaSea, have reunited and/or are actively touring. The Oshare and Host-kei trend that defined much of VisualKei for the Oughts is beginning to die out, with indies or newly signed VisualKei acts returning to a harder rock sound - among them being Vagu*Project, Music/{{DALATH}}, Music/{{Diaura}}, Music/MatenrouOpera, Trick, and similar new or newish bands. While Music/{{Versailles}} has disbanded (as have many other VisualKei bands, 2011 and 2012 were actually known as the "years of death and disbandment" for bands disbanding and the amount of famous Visual artists dying), Music/{{Jupiter}} formed with a new vocalist.\\\
Seremedy was one of the first breakout non-Japanese VisualKei bands (though it disbanded in 2013, with Music/{{Yohio}} beginning a solo career and vocalist Seike forming Music/{{Kerbera}}), and there are other non-Japanese based VisualKei acts beginning to form once again. Music/XJapan, Music/BuckTick, Music/{{Loudness}} and others that began in TheEighties are actively recording and touring to popular reception (if not among the mass media), and Music/YoshikiHayashi was tapped to write the score for the 2012 and 2013 Golden Globes award ceremony.

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* Harder rock music has fallen ''hard'' from the mainstream. While more "traditional" rock bands such as Music/LinkinPark, Music/{{Slipknot}}, Music/AvengedSevenfold, Music/{{Metallica}}, Music/IronMaiden, and Music/VanHalen are capable of commercial success, it's seldom anything close to what they experienced at their peaks, and pop radio has all but abandoned them. Their status largely lies within their live draws, as all acts can draw crowds in the high four figures in the worst markets; in the best markets, five-figure crowds are to be expected. Below those, acts like Music/{{Slayer}}, Music/{{Megadeth}}, Music/{{Korn}}, Music/FiveFingerDeathPunch, Music/RobZombie, Music/{{Disturbed}}, Music/MarilynManson, Music/LambOfGod, Music/{{Volbeat}}, and Music/{{Godsmack}} can all still pull crowds in the low to mid four figures, and the acts below them (Music/KillswitchEngage, Music/AllThatRemains, Music/{{Trivium}}, Music/{{Ghost}}, Music/SuicideSilence, Music/{{Whitechapel}}, Music/{{Mastodon}}, Music/MachineHead, etc.) are all capable of numbers in the high hundreds or low thousands. Basically, they still do very well, but the sales are coming from tickets, not albums.\\\
albums.
**
Most of the popular bands now are in the LighterAndSofter "Indie Rock" genre, greatly influenced by beat music, folk and new wave: Music/TheBlackKeys, Music/ImagineDragons, Music/LanaDelRey, Music/FlorenceAndTheMachine, BonIver, FosterThePeople, Mumford & Sons, Music/{{Adele}}, Music/{{Gotye}}, and Music/{{Fun}}, are representative, while Music/{{Coldplay}} and Music/{{Muse}} have maintained the popularity of AlternativeRock among the youth market with their similar takes.\\\
takes.
**
On the flipside, extreme metal is actually experiencing its greatest peak since the Nineties; not only have multiple long-defunct big names (Music/AtTheGates, Music/{{Carcass}}, Music/{{Gorguts}}, etc.) released their long-awaited comeback albums and returned to the touring scene, but numerous established acts are experiencing the greatest sales of their careers and there are just more options for fans as a whole than there ever have been. That being said, extreme music is still largely unknown to the mainstream; unless you're Music/CannibalCorpse, Music/TheBlackDahliaMurder, Music/{{Behemoth}}, Music/AmonAmarth, Music/NapalmDeath, or one of a select few others, you ''still'' may as well not exist to mainstream listeners.\\\
listeners.
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Also, ''NuMetal'', of all genres, is beginning to see a resurgence with bands like Music/{{Issues}}, Of Mice & Men, Music/HollywoodUndead, Islander, King 810, Butcher Babies, In This Moment, and From Ashes to New all gaining popularity, while older bands that previously abandoned the style such as Music/{{Slipknot}} and Music/{{Staind}} made albums that hearkened back to their old sound. Music/BringMeTheHorizon, who was once one of the posterboys for {{metalcore}}, ditched it in 2015 for a new style that incorporates nu metal, and it gave them their biggest success.
* In terms of Asian music, the effects of UsefulNotes/TheJapaneseInvasion seemingly reeling back from foreign shores (as mentioned in the Anime section) has also affected JapanesePopMusic’s once-sterling reputation in the Asian music scene; with their relatively-closed borders and peculiar approach to exporting their culture, especially since it has given UsefulNotes/SouthKorea, widely considered as it's its cultural rival, a golden chance to shine in the global stage, perhaps replacing almost every other nation as the cultural capital of Asia in the process[[note]](with some even saying that South Korea has taken that sole distinction from the Japanese)[[/note]].\\\
Japanese)[[/note]].
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Korea's success with its popular [[KoreanDrama dramas]] and [[KoreanMovies cinema]] is debatable, not to mention its [[HangukManhwaAenimeisyeon animation]] and [[{{Manhwa}} comics]] still pales in comparison to Japan's, but KoreanPopMusic blows those industries out of the water in terms of international success. Compared to Japan, [[WidgetSeries which has retained]] [[ValuesDissonance traditional roots]] in their musical trends, South Korea is more than willing to blend in American and Western cultural aspects to its own music and has done so with extreme success, both in the broader Asian region and to a lesser extent, in the West.\\\
West.
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Among some of K-Pop's highlights, US artist Akon paired up with Korean group Wonder Girls for the hit single ''Like Money'', and Music/{{PSY}}'s [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bZkp7q19f0 Gangnam Style]] has broken the world record for being the most viewed song on YouTube, reaching #1 on the music charts in the UK and Australia, and #2 in the USA. PSY even paired up with ''MCHammer'' of all people, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qlUyF6q0zKg performing a mash-up of Gangnam Style]]. K-Pop has made inroads on Australian radio, and dominates the nation-wide channel [[Creator/SBSPopAsia SBS [=PopAsia=]]]. When the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU) decided to have its first ever TV Song Festival in 2012, featuring eleven performers across the Asia-Pacific,[[note]] Singapore, Australia, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Malaysia, Japan, Hong Kong, Indonesia, China, Afghanistan, and of course South Korea [[/note]] it chose Korea as the host nation.\\\
nation.
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It's a telltale sign that you've made success when even ''North Korea'' [[http://www.nytimes.com/2012/09/21/world/asia/gangnam-style-video-gets-north-korean-propaganda-treatment.html?partner=rss&emc=rss&smid=tw-nytimes&_r=0 has gotten in on the act]][[note]]Although [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-6x3cUtcMwM judging from the actual video]], North Korea's propaganda machine seems to be decades away from comprehending what [[EpicFail the word "parody" means]][[/note]].\\\
means]][[/note]].
**
Of course, Japan has managed to have its own considerable international success with Music/AKB48; which has gone from a humble girl-group to a powerful media giant in Japan, {{Vocaloid}}, and the similarly memetic [=PonPonPon=] music video on Youtube. The K-Pop vs J-Pop dichotomy has become FlameBait and a source of FanDumb and MisplacedNationalism on both sides, but K-Pop's global success is undeniable, and it remains clear that it has promising days ahead.
* Japanese HardRock and HeavyMetal music, and in particular VisualKei, is undergoing somewhat of a resurgence. VisualKei and Japanese metal bands, among them XJapan, Music/BuckTick, Music/{{Loudness}}, and Music/LunaSea, have reunited and/or are actively touring. The Oshare and Host-kei trend that defined much of VisualKei for the Oughts is beginning to die out, with indies or newly signed VisualKei acts returning to a harder rock sound - among them being Vagu*Project, Music/{{DALATH}}, Music/{{Diaura}}, Music/MatenrouOpera, Trick, and similar new or newish bands. While Music/{{Versailles}} has disbanded (as have many other VisualKei bands, 2011 and 2012 were actually known as the "years of death and disbandment" for bands band's disbanding and the amount of famous Visual artists dying), Music/{{Jupiter}} formed with a new vocalist.\\\
vocalist.
**
Seremedy was one of the first breakout non-Japanese VisualKei bands (though it disbanded in 2013, with Music/{{Yohio}} beginning a solo career and vocalist Seike forming Music/{{Kerbera}}), and there are other non-Japanese based VisualKei acts beginning to form once again. Music/XJapan, Music/BuckTick, Music/{{Loudness}} and others that began in TheEighties are actively recording and touring to popular reception (if not among the mass media), and Music/YoshikiHayashi was tapped to write the score for the 2012 and 2013 Golden Globes award ceremony.
11th Jun '16 11:35:54 AM LaptopGuy
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* It was during this decade that societal attitudes towards rape started to increasingly sympathize with the victims. Thanks to long-standing feminist efforts, sexual assault, particularly those on college campuses, are being taken more seriously, and organizations and movements to support and empower victims of rape caught on all over the world. The public began to crucify once-respected figures who were either accused of rape, like Bill Cosby or famous record producer Dr. Luke, or were "rape apologists" who defended it, like former Missouri Senator Todd Akin or journalist George Will, and support anyone who was raped or fight in support for the victims. Countless rape trials have gained national, if not worldwide, attention, as the public rallied behind the victims and pressured courts not to take any action against or show hostility to them.

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* It was during this decade that societal attitudes towards rape started to increasingly sympathize with the victims. Thanks to long-standing feminist efforts, sexual assault, particularly those on college campuses, are being taken more seriously, and organizations and movements to support and empower victims of rape caught on all over the world. The public began to crucify once-respected figures who were either accused of rape, like Bill Cosby or famous record producer Dr. Luke, Luke or were "rape apologists" who defended it, like former Missouri Senator Todd Akin Akin, singer Cee-Lo Green, or journalist George Will, and support anyone who was raped or fight in support for the victims. Countless rape trials (most famously, the one against former Stanford University swimmer Brock Turner) have gained national, if not worldwide, attention, as the public rallied behind the victims and pressured courts not to take any action against or show hostility to them.
4th Jun '16 5:46:03 PM K2NR
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* The hedonistic attitudes of the past two decades (last immortalized by ''Series/JerseyShore'') have become increasingly mocked and frowned upon as [[ItsPopularNowItSucks these became so commonplace to the point of becoming utterly uninteresting]] and the recession changed priorities towards more austerity. Nevertheless, MoralGuardians' voices have become louder. In 1998 or in 2008 "Blurred Lines" would not have made much of a stir, in 2013 it got labeled as grossly immoral (specially after an infamous performance at an awards show). Conservatives criticized it as "debauched" while feminists called the song misogynistic. [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking And Marvin Gaye's estate sued for plagiarism.]]

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* The hedonistic attitudes of the past two decades (last immortalized by ''Series/JerseyShore'') have become increasingly mocked and frowned upon as [[ItsPopularNowItSucks these became so commonplace to the point of becoming utterly uninteresting]] and the recession changed priorities towards more austerity. Nevertheless, MoralGuardians' voices have become louder. In 1998 or in 2008 "Blurred Lines" would not have made much of a stir, stir; in 2013 it got labeled as grossly immoral (specially (especially after an infamous performance at an awards show). Conservatives criticized it as "debauched" while feminists called the song misogynistic. [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking And Marvin Gaye's estate sued for plagiarism.]]



*** However the rise of political correctness has also spawned a massive backlash. Terms like "SJW" have risen to mock people who promote political correctness with tropes such as StrawFeminist being the norm associated for such people as the rule rather than the exception. Opposition to multiculturalism amid increased immigration and terrorism have spawned far right populist parties which many feel are harboring third reichish feelings. A lot of this opposition stems from ex liberals, who are distinguished from the mainstream right due to being a bit more liberal and secular on gay marriage, abortion and religion, but this is because these issues don't affect them personally. Political correctness on the other hand, would make them accept changes they would rather not. These neo right wing groups united by their stance against political correctness and against the mainstream right while support for unconditional free speech and nationalism are dubbed as the "alt-right" and may be the counter claim to millennials being more liberal.

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*** However the rise of political correctness has also spawned a massive backlash. Terms like "SJW" have risen to mock people who promote political correctness with tropes such as StrawFeminist being the norm associated for such people as the rule rather than the exception. Opposition to multiculturalism amid increased immigration and terrorism have spawned far right far-right populist parties which many feel are harboring third reichish Third Reich-ish feelings. A lot of this opposition stems from ex liberals, ex-liberals, who are distinguished from the mainstream right due to being a bit more liberal and secular on gay marriage, abortion and religion, but this is because these issues don't affect them personally. Political correctness correctness, on the other hand, would make them accept changes they would rather not. These neo right wing groups right-wing groups, united by their stance against political correctness and against the mainstream right while support for unconditional free speech and nationalism nationalism, are dubbed as the "alt-right" "alt-right", and may be the counter claim counter-claim to millennials being more liberal.
4th Jun '16 11:18:56 AM Terran117
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*** However the rise of political correctness has also spawned a massive backlash. Terms like "SJW" have risen to mock people who promote political correctness with tropes such as StrawFeminist being the norm associated for such people as the rule rather than the exception. Opposition to multiculturalism amid increased immigration and terrorism have spawned far right populist parties which many feel are harboring third reichish feelings. A lot of this opposition stems from ex liberals, who are distinguished from the mainstream right due to being a bit more liberal and secular on gay marriage, abortion and religion, but this is because these issues don't affect them personally. Political correctness on the other hand, would make them accept changes they would rather not. These neo right wing groups united by their stance against political correctness and against the mainstream right while support for unconditional free speech and nationalism are dubbed as the "alt-right" and may be the counter claim to millennials being more liberal.
30th May '16 6:44:53 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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** Starting in 2010, following the [[NetworkDecay CN Real]] [[DorkAge era]], Creator/CartoonNetwork started airing more TV-PG shows such as ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'', ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'', and ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', all three of which were enjoyed not only by older kids, but people who were kids in TheNineties (now college-age or just past it) and TheEighties (now full-grown adults). At the same time, reboots of classic CN shows such as ''[[WesternAnimation/{{Thundercats 2011}} ThunderCats]]'', ''WesternAnimation/TheLooneyTunesShow'', and ''ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated'' were also well-received, though older viewers have complained about the two latter series' reworkings (''TLTS'' has Bugs and Daffy in a 1990's-style ''{{Seinfeld}}'' setting, while ''SDMI'' has Scooby and the gang in a soap-ish ''Series/{{Dallas}}'' format).

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** Starting in 2010, following the [[NetworkDecay CN Real]] [[DorkAge era]], Creator/CartoonNetwork started airing more TV-PG shows such as ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'', ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'', and ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', all three of which were enjoyed not only by older kids, but people who were kids in TheNineties (now college-age or just past it) and TheEighties (now full-grown adults). At the same time, reboots of classic CN shows such as ''[[WesternAnimation/{{Thundercats 2011}} ThunderCats]]'', ''WesternAnimation/TheLooneyTunesShow'', and ''ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated'' were also well-received, though older viewers have complained about the two latter series' reworkings (''TLTS'' has Bugs and Daffy in a 1990's-style ''{{Seinfeld}}'' ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'' setting, while ''SDMI'' has Scooby and the gang in a soap-ish ''Series/{{Dallas}}'' format).
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