What you say is certainly widespread, and certainly concerning.
My discussions with other Gen Y and Gen Z (millennials), as well as extrapolating Google’s goals, and extrapolating the goals of the UN 2030 agenda for the world’s governments, makes it seem to me that Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World is their plan for the future.
If I had power over my own children’s educations, I would not put them into the school system. I am also highly doubtful that there will be any jobs for the non-Elon Muskian human in 50 years - so the purpose of Universities (degrees) and TAFE (diplomas, apprenticeships) serve little use, and will hopefully be cancelled.
I think the core of the issue is always there throughout each generation - how to avoid indoctrination from society? While at the same time, how to find the balance of good and bad from the society. Ideally, this should be the right of sovereignty for the individual, and the family.
The increasing political polarisation that the internet has allowed, seems to segregate disagreements into radicalisation, rather than resolving them. And at least in societies where females can vote and work independently (without their concerns proxied and weighed upon their husbands), partnered with the male sympathy to the female, it seems a gender split here will also be exacerbated.
Whether or not, every group segregating themselves into their own societies is a good or bad idea, we will only have to find out.
That all said. There is never a time, besides a perhaps delusional perspective, where things were great for bringing new children into being. The urge for sex is strong, to make sure humans bring children in. And the next generation is better catered towards the modern world, than we are with out legacy romantic ideas. Perhaps Brave New World is a better world - to the new generations it seems so.
Live the way you want, in your community - and make it strong from within. If society (a large collective of communities) or any other community wishes to tyrannise yours, then that is a battle worth fighting. No reason not to join the battle.
Perhaps as Brave New World also suggested, their will be the natives in the old world, and the new human in the brave new world. Being a native in the old world is fine and dandy to me. And making your existence more desirable/meaningful than the alternatives, is a good way to be.