Buenos Aires Times reports.The move drew immediate backlash from proponents of inclusive language, which is currently in wide use by the city’s schools and young people.

Among the critics of Larreta’s decision is the nonbinary actor and star of the HBO series Our Flag Means Death, Vico Ortiz.Taking to Twitter, Ortiz wrote an impassioned message directed to the Argentinean government.“Argentina’s government has made it [illegal] to use or educate about inclusive language in schools.

I feel disappointed. By making inclusive language in Spanish [illegal] they are repeating the same vicious violent cycle of silencing our existence, my existence.