For Spanish I have also seen “-@” used as a gender-neutral substitute for -o and -a endings— as in Latin@, Chican@ — but this only works in writing, not speech. Though I’m agender, I generally resort to using masculine endings when referring to myself in that language, as when forced into a binary gender choice in English I seek to be read as male.

I am unfortunately only fluent in English, however, and thus am no authority on Spanish grammar, gendered or otherwise. Though I keep trying to learn more:

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