Jaume Junyent is a pastry chef who has been fined 7,500 euros by the Work Inspectorate for an advertisement in which he offered a position or job to a pastry chef or pastry chef without making use of the mandatory and mandatory inclusive language and inclusive. Unfortunately, his company –Pa Artesà– wrote it according to grammatical rules, in which, in order not to discriminate, the masculine is applied to both genders.
Junyent's company has thirty bread and corduroy ovens or ovens distributed throughout the province of Barcelona, capital and capitala included and included. On Tuesday, in La Vanguardia, the company's communication manager explained to his colleague Josep Fita that, in the Santa Perpètua de Mogoda workshop where they manufacture the products, 80% of their workers are women of the sex female, in all professional categories. In total, of the 150 workers in the company, 115 are women, I don't know if they are all binary or if there are also trans, because that was not made explicit.
In the interview with Josep Fita, the head of communication ended up expressing his confidence that the jurisprudence will be favorable to them and everything ends in nothing, since all and all cases and similar cases have ended up being archived: "We can have some defect, but we are not sexist ”.
Two years ago, Junyent won the prize for the best xuixo in the world. If I were him, to demonstrate my goodwill to the morality police, from now on in the shop windows I would label that heavenly product as xuixos and xuixes. I would buy one (or one) and the next Christmas day I would eat it little by little while I watch how, with sticks, my grandson or granddaughter–another issue that one day we will also have to discuss– makes the tió or tiona shit .