Every generation is less moral than the last one. And that's usually a good thing, as "moral" tends to be code words for being repressed and hateful. I mean, we still have racism, but not to the extent where we have racist caricatures as our favorite cartoon stars.... Side note: Really... the Tiny Toons episode based on him was complete and utter bullcrap. Their cartoons were terrible. Every generation has troublemakers. They're marginalized and, frankly, they have no discipline to do anything positive with their lives and usually hold no power or influence. Usually. At worst, bullies become your boss and you can't do anything about it, unless you can get another job. Sure, there's always that jerk you knew that's more successful than you, but he's just got a higher paying job as a cog for the most part. If it's about pre-marital teens, it's all about that lack of discipline. They'll drop out of school, get lousy jobs... bad things will happen to their family as they have for quite some time. We're just hearing of it in the past few decades because they wanted to keep that stuff hush hush in the 50's, because we all know the culture of fake cleanliness and conformity of that era. And those times were MUCH worse than anyone nostalgically waxes about. Oh, if you were a white suburban family it was a paradise... just so long as you lived in constant fear of attacks that could happen. Could but didn't. For every small immorality of the future, we lose a HUGE immorality from the past. That's the way history goes. We're pretty far from Caligula's day, no matter how active they want to portray kids as being. And the fact that the younger generation cares about the country's fiscal inequality while the older generation is afraid of entitlements that they themselves are on and would never get rid of as long as they benefit from it PROVES it.