‘Hello, angelites’, Ángela Aguilar surprises by using non-binary language in TikTok video

Ángela Aguilar invited her fans to attend her next presentation, which is part of Jaripeo Sin Fronteras USA, a show in which she performs with her father Pepe Aguilar and her brother Leonardo; this time, Angela’s invitation was different.

The 18-year-old shared a video on TikTok in which she makes the invitation using non-binary language, that is, a neutral language that can refer directly to people who identify outside the she/he binary.

For a word to be considered neutral, the “e” is added to the end of most words instead of the “a” or “o”, which are binary letters that indicate masculine or feminine.

The show will take place on August 7, Pepe Aguilar’s 54th birthday.

“Hello little angels, little angels, little angels, I’m Ángela Aguilar and I’m very excited,” said the interpreter of There where they see me at the beginning of her message in which she wore her abdomen.

Some netizens were not very happy with the language used by Angela.

“Angelites…. I don’t know that language,” it reads.

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While other followers approved and explained the reason for the importance of this use:

“The term angelitxs (said angelites) is an inclusive way of speaking for all people who do not identify with a gender, kisses!”, explained a user.

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