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In these versions, we don’t differentiate a neutral gender. Nevertheless, our books continue using expressions and grammatical constructions that invite the readers to question gender binaries and power dynamics expressed through language.

Standard inclusive language (Lenguaje inclusivo estándar)

Non-binary language
Lenguaje no binario)

Are you buying our materials in Spanish? Bear in mind this before buying!

 

Spanish is a gendered-based language, and the masculine forms absorb the feminine in the plural. That is why at regenÜrate we have a proposal to give new life to this beautiful language! 


All of our books in Spanish can be found in two different versions. One is written in an standard inclusive language and the other one in a non-binary language. 

Language Options (Spanish)

If you buy these versions, you’ll find that we use the letter “e” as a neutral grammatical gender in some nouns, adjectives, and articles (only those referring to human lifes). For example, you will encounter a warm invitation to debate not with your “compañeros” or “amigos”, but with your “compañeres” or “amigues”. We want everyone to feel included in this conversation!