Your response sounds like Psych 101, Andrew, otherwise known as Projection. I’ve no idea what’s going on in your life any more than you can possibly know what’s going on in mine. I have no anger about this (you want to read something angry, kindly, read one of my rants, which I identify as such). I get angry about sexual abuse, body shaming….but this? Nope. Being clear, being crisp, stating strong opinions aren’t anger. They’re strong opinions. I find it hilarious that people in general find a strong-willed, opinionated woman’s thoughts and ideas angry. You didn’t say this, but I will- women in most any culture aren’t allowed to have rage, even though they have a righteous right to it. For something as mild as simply talking about Millennials, not only does this not cause me anger in any way, you just gave me the perfect bully pulpit to point out how people are so quick to accuse (especially a female) writer of anger when what she’s doing is stating a strong opinion. You’re welcome to yours just as I am welcome to mine. But kindly, I save my anger for things worth being genuinely pissed off about. This isn’t one of them. I might suggest that you assess the gauge by which you seem to be so sensitive to strong female opinions. Just saying.