All this talk about pussification...... Professions change, evolve based on changes in the environment.
Change to primarily hydrocarbon based fire loads with hotter burning temps, increased heat release rates and dramatic changes in the nature of the smoke. Increase in the number and violence of flashovers. reduced career and volunteer staffing. Closed firehouses with increased response times. Less experience at both the firefighter and officer level..... All good reasons in addition to the ones that you have mentioned to rethink offensive interior operations in many situations.
You call it pussification. I call it evolving to the changing economic, environmental and social conditions influencing the fire service.
If this is the case, then why do you insist on training your people to some half @$$ed self perceived version of the basics known as Firefighter 1-2? If you really want to keep them safe, train them properly. All they are now are mushrooms, for you keep them in the dark and feed them nothing but bull$#!t.
Again, I have one job as an officer, training staff member and senior man ..... keep my volunteers unhurt and going to work the next day. Everything else falls behind that. And that does include abandoned building operations.