Argentina's new president went ahead and banned "gender-inclusive language" in all government documents
· Feb 29, 2024 ·

There are a fair number of things for which you might criticize newly elected Argentinian President Javier Milei, but this is not one of them:

Argentina's President Javier Milei has banned gender-inclusive language in all official documents and public administration, the presidential spokesperson said Tuesday, as the far-right libertarian continues to implement his socially conservative agenda.

The ban, effective immediately, will prohibit "inclusive language and everything related to the gender perspective throughout the national public administration," Manuel Adornis, spokesperson for the Casa Rosada, said in his daily press conference.

Dude gets into office and within like nine minutes sees all the transgender stuff and is like:

That's what it's going to take, of course: World leaders putting their feet down. You can't go half-measure on this poison. You have to just publicly and openly refute it.

And man, Milei's administration isn't just stopping the pendulum here, it's fully swinging it in the other direction:

Going forward, "it will not be possible to use the letter ‘e,' ​​the ‘@' sign, the ‘x'," Adornis said, adding that people should also "avoid the unnecessary use of the feminine in all public administration documents."

Boss move, Argentina. It's something to live up to.

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