Definitely. There are problems that some subgroups face more than other subgroups. Some issues are meta (beyond/above while also including) issues, like ageism. Some issues are more uniquely youth rights issues.
From there, there are issues that may be more relevant to females. Other issues more relevant to males. Some issues will be relevant based upon income bracket: Youth in poverty, middle class youth, rich youth may have things more specific to them.
Race in the USA is a thing. I know why historically: I don’t know why it’s not gone yet but it’s here. So, black youth have issues that may be more relevant just as white youth have issues that may be more relevant just as hispanic youth may have issues more relevant.
LGBTQ may have issues more specific and within LGBTQ, the L, the G, the B, the T and the Q all may have issues more specific to each of them.
Youth raised by single parents may have issues more specific to them just as youth raised by dual parents or youth raised by alternative caretakers (for lack of a better word) and also those who are emancipated.
Youth in the suburbs, youth in rural areas, youth in cities, each may have issues more relevant to them.
All I think are great to explore and bring out and discuss.