Links to documents:
Download this file (mxevidencelowres.pdf)Old Version (Feb 2015)[Archive copy hosted by UK Trans Info]
Access this URL ([Link to copy hosted by Mx Activist]
Download this file (mxevidencelowres2.pdf)Document[Archive copy hosted by UK Trans Info]

Brief Summary

Evidence of well-known companies and organisations accepting and offering Mx as a gender-inclusive title.

Extract from Document

Mx has been around since at least 1977 as a standard title without gender connotations, though its use didn't take off until around 2000. It can be used by anyone regardless of gender or marital status. It follows the M* pattern: Mr, Ms, Mx. It doesn't require a qualification or career as Dr and Rev do. The x represents a wildcard character that removes gender. It's pronounced similarly to Ms: Mux or Mix.

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