17 Things Millennials Are Killing Without Remorse


The diamond industry has long been a symbol of love and commitment, but millennials are changing the game.

Department stores

Remember when going to the mall was a weekend tradition? Well, for many millennials, that’s not the case anymore.

Cable TV

Cable television used to be the go-to source for entertainment, but millennials are opting for streaming services like Netflix and Hulu.


The concept of owning a home has long been seen as a milestone of adulthood, but it’s quickly becoming out of reach for many millennials.

Traditional weddings

Gone are the days of extravagant, traditional weddings with all the bells and whistles. Millennials opt for more budget-friendly and unique alternatives, such as destination weddings or elopements.

Movie theaters

With streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime readily available on our screens at home, it’s no surprise that movie theaters are struggling to compete.

Traditional Banking

Millennials have grown up in a digital world, including their finances. Online banking and mobile apps have made traditional brick-and-mortar banks less appealing to this generation.


Once seen as a staple activity for business executives and retirees, golf is now struggling to attract younger generations.

Fast fashion

As sustainability becomes a growing concern for many, the fast fashion industry faces backlash from millennials. No longer willing to sacrifice ethics for cheap and trendy pieces.

Traditional advertising

Traditional advertising methods such as TV commercials and print ads no longer hold the same influence over millennials as they did with previous generations.