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Argentine Radio Host Will Avoid Criminal Prosecution By Discussing Gender Issues

Angel Etchecopar, commonly known by his nickname "Baby Etchecopar," was charged with sexist discrimination. Now, he must host experts on gender — and let guests speak uninterrupted.
The demand that an Argentine radio show host start hosting programming about gender issues comes against a backdrop of debate about sexism and women's rights in Argentina. In this photo taken in June, pro- and anti-abortion demonstrators are seen outside the Congress building in Buenos Aires. Source: Eitan Abramovich

An Argentine radio show host who faced criminal prosecution for allegedly sexist remarks has struck a deal. In lieu of a more punitive route, prosecutors have ordered a five-month education in gender issues for Angel Etchecopar, commonly known by his nickname "Baby Etchecopar," and the.

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