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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 15 Mar 19, Friday

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A gender neutral title is an honorific title that does not indicate the gender of the person being formally addressed, such as in a letter or other communication, or when introducing the person to others. By comparison, the traditional honorifics of Miss, Mrs, Ms and Mr all indicate the binary gender of the individual.


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The newer term “Mx” avoids specifying gender not only for persons who wish not to indicate a binary gender (male or female) but also for persons whose gender identity does not fit the gender binary. Honorifics are used in situations when it is inappropriate to refer to someone only by their first or last name, such as when addressing a letter “Dear Mx Jones” or when introducing the person to others. Activists, supporters and others are working toward awareness and acceptance of alternative honorifics including Mx.[who?]

Mx is a title commonly used by non-binary people as well as those who do not identify with the gender binary, which was first written about in the 1970s.[1][2] Among all other gender neutral titles, Mx is the most commonly used one and is accepted by government and other organisations throughout the UK.[who?]

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