“Latinx is something that is new to me, so I know it’s new to a majority of people,” he explained. “So I have a couple of friends that they’re queer-identified that identify as Latinx, and it’s just taking gender away from being Latino or Latina. It’s more of a general term. And it’s taking into consideration people who are maybe gender non-conforming or identify as both or neither genders. So it’s more of a spectrum thing.”
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