What's Latinx? I'm sure you've seen it around, and while many may think it's a typo, it actually isn't. Latina is the term used for Hispanics who identify as female. Latino describes those who identify as male. Latin@ includes both genders. Latinx is gender-neutral. The word has been used since 2004, but it's gaining popularity in the last few years. Latinx has caused controversy with those who oppose changing the Spanish language. However, it serves as a relief to Hispanics who embrace the term for not classifying one under a specific sex/gender. What's your take on it?