Teens in Argentina are leading the charge to eliminate gender in language
from The Washington Post
As hundreds of teenagers flooded the dimly lit street for the student government rally, 18-year-old Natalia Mira raised her hand in the air and led them in a chant. It was a song often heard among young people at political rallies in Buenos Aires, an ode to a former Argentine president, the populist Juan Perón, and his wife, Eva. "We will fight from sun to sun," they sang in front of their high school. "We are the youth, the soldiers of Perón."
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