After she was arrested at a Moscow protest, this Russian Reuters journalist got a draft notice. It was addressed to a masculine version of her name.

Reuters journalist Maria Vladimirovna Tsvetkova was arrested during Moscow’s July 27 protest for fair elections even though she had a press pass to cover the event. A few days later, Tsvetkova received a draft notice made out to a certain Mariy Vladimirovich Tsvetkov — that is, made out to a nonexistent male version of herself. The journalist told Meduza that she discovered draft offices had sent the notices out en masse to anyone arrested at the July 27 protest who was not already in the military’s records. Military service is legally mandated for young Russian men.