That much is clear from an interview the actor -- who's one of the highest-paid in world -- did with British tabloid The Daily Star. The Rock said that the snowflakes are taking society in a direction that doesn't align with the ideals of freedom that people have fought for in the past decades with their PC sentiments. "So many good people fought for freedom and equality, but this generation are looking for a reason to be offended," the 46-year-old told The Daily Star. "If you are not agreeing with them then they are offended, and that is not what so many great men and women fought for." While The Rock does think that the world has made a lot of progress in the past decades, he also thinks that the people of "generation snowflake" are standing in the way of positive change.
Feeling anxious and stressed about Donald Trump's presidency? If meditating in your happy place or joining an anti-Trump protest didn't help reduce your worries, there is a different sort of advice at hand. In an interview Tuesday with the Evening Standard, Chuck Palahniuk, author of "Fight Club," said people needed to not be easily offended or provoked. His comments were in response to a question about the popularization of the term "snowflake," which is now being used by Trump supporters to disparagingly address liberals. But what does the term mean?