The revelations raise the possibility that Moscow was able to learn about aspects of President Trump’s attempt to get Ukraine to investigate a political rival months before that effort was exposed, officials said.
Natalia Mira, 18, used gender-neutral language in a television interview that made headlines across the Spanish-speaking world last year. (Anita Pouchard Serra for The Post)
Natalia Mira and Kiara Sanchez at Mira’s home in Buenos Aires. (Anita Pouchard Serra for The Post)
Tomas Della Valle, Uma Seselovsky and Irene Wiesznia attend a student government rally at Carlos Pellegrini High School. (Anita Pouchard Serra for The Post)
A banner displayed during the National Gathering of Women uses the gender-neutral form of the word “bienvenidos” — meaning “welcome” — with an “e” replacing the “o.” (Anita Pouchard Serra for The Post)
Natalia Mira, right, with Milagros Iturriza, left, and Chiara Detinis as they await the results of the student government elections at the Carlos Pellegrini High School of Commerce. (Anita Pouchard Serra for The Post)
Teens in Argentina are rewriting the rules of the Spanish language to eliminate gender in order to change what they see as a deeply gendered culture. Their efforts are at the center of a global debate over gender, amid the growing visibility of non-binary identities and a wave of feminist movements worldwide.