An article by Michela Murgia in the latest issue of Espresso dedicated to Giorgia Meloni and the risk of neo-fascism in Italy, in which the masculine and feminine endings are characterized by ‘schwa’, the middle central vowel. Murgia thus attempts to combat discrimination and gender differences by using an inclusive language that abolishes all differences. The experiment, however, has sparked heated controversy on the web, where the use of the phonetic element does not seem to have been too appreciated by internet users and readers. “The #Murgia uses ‘schwa’, the neutral gender. And it doesn’t say a word about Saman. Feminism has been reduced to this, to a concentration of politically correct nonsense”, thunders a user. “The paranoia of the Murgia has reached its peak. It sees racist and fascist sexists everywhere,” adds another. “Because we have to give so much consideration to what #Murgia said. Shoot shit … always, let’s say”, writes another. But there are also those who defend the writer’s choice: “The world changes and we change with it, and it also applies to language! It reflects the increasingly shared need to rethink the dominant paradigm. The masculine is not the standard, but a of the many variations of subjectivity “, underlines one user.