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|latinx kidlit book festival||1.45||0.5||8851||55|
|latinx or latinex||1.75||0.7||7440||34|
|latinx in animation||1.09||0.3||5558||82|
|latinx owned business||1.59||0.8||4726||88|
|latinx romance authors||1.63||0.5||7641||75|
|latinx stage directors||1.46||0.3||8302||6|
|latinx holiday traditions||1.59||0.8||773||43|
|latinx movies to watch||1.35||0.4||5756||10|
|latinx civil rights leaders||1.56||0.4||8896||2|
|latinx heritage month for kids||1.42||0.6||6335||61|
|latinx or hispanic heritage month||0.46||0.8||9005||25|
Latinx (la-teen-ex) (/ləˈtiːnɛks, læ-/) is a gender-neutral term sometimes used in lieu of Latino or Latina (referencing Latin American cultural or racial identity).What does being Latinx mean to you?
"Latinx" has emerged as an inclusive term to refer to people of Latin American descent, encompassing those who don't identify as male or female or who don't want to be identified by their gender. It's been used by journalists, politicians, corporations, colleges and universities. In 2018, it even made it to the dictionary.What are the origins of the word 'Latinx'?
The term Latinx emerged from the Spanish-speaking queer community to challenge the gender binary, explain Aja and Scharrón-del Río. While the exact origin of the term is unclear, its use can be traced back to online queer community forums.Where does Latinx come from?
Latinx was originally formed in the early aughts as a word for those of Latin American descent who do not identify as being of the male or female gender or who simply don't want to be identified by gender.