Teens in Argentina are leading the charge to eliminate gender in language
"To most Spanish speakers, the “e” in both words would sound jarring — and grammatically incorrect.
But here, teenagers are rewriting the rules of the language to eliminate gender. In classrooms and daily conversations, young people are changing the way they speak and write — replacing the masculine “o” or the feminine “a” with the gender-neutral “e” in certain words — in order to change what they see as a deeply gendered culture. "
With Samantha Schmidt
Washington Post, 2019