Last month, ahead of Pose’s Latin America debut, Fox Premium made history by becoming the first television and streaming brand to support gender-neutral Spanish.
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Ahead of the Latin American debut of FX’s gender-bending series, Pose, Fox Premium worked with LGBTQ and feminist associations to analyze the show scene by scene and create gender-neutral Spanish subtitles.