I am a quasi-Millennial. I was born in 1980. Depending on the definition you happen on, on your Google search, I could be a Millennial or I could be from the previous generation. At present I consider myself a Millennial, because I am treated that way in the Corporate World. I am thirty-seven, but apparently I look like I am thirty, that while that is great when I am in bar, there are real consequences for being viewed as young in Corporate America.
I do not consider myself a feminist. I really feel that my plight is that of ageism fighting for my rights as a Millennial battling the sexagenarians, and septuagenarians that hold almost all of the senior managerial positions in Corporate America. As a result of their age there is an innate undertow of sexism.
As for me, I am spend a lot of time biting my lip and biding my time, impatiently waiting!