Hello Tal, I trust your question prompting some analysis of my apology is meant with good intention, so I will try to oblige. The title of your article might have generated some negative confirmation bias in me, as I am not a member of the division of society it says is “The future”. I believe identifying any division in that context is likely to generate some confirmation bias in readers, perhaps positively in those who are members of the division themselves, definitely negatively in those who are not. For example, “Men are the future”, “Whites are the future”, “Blacks are the future”, “Christians are the future”, “Muslims are the future”, etc might generate similar negative confirmation biases in those who do not see themselves as members of those divisions. The only exception I would make to that, is where it is the literal and deserved truth, for example, “The young are the future”.
But I know uncontroversial titles generally do not attract readers. So as I said before, all power to you. The article itself seems positive for all, after we get over any confirmation bias.