Gender Neutral Prefix added to My Disney Experience. Let’s try and get this out of the way fast for those reading the whole article. Before anyone goes all negative, DIsney has been working very hard to become inclusive for everyone. They are doing everything they can to include you, me, the people around you, your neighbors who may not look like you or me.
Furthermore, those that identify differently than what society says is normal. There is not one thing wrong with that! What you think is weird or wrong, might be perfectly right to the other person, and they may feel that way about your life. So please, do not get on the comments section and spew any hate. We need more love, and less hate in the world right now. You don’t have to agree, but people also don’t have to spew hatred.
Gender Neutral Prefix
The gender-neutral Mx. is used as a title for those who do not identify as being of a particular gender, or for people who simply don’t want to be identified by gender. ‘Mx. ‘ is a gender-neutral honorific for those who don’t wish to be identified by gender.
Before anyone jumps the gun and says this is just a new trend, there is a history of wanting Gender Neutral Prefix added as a prefix since 1970. The X is intended as a “wildcard” character and not for mixed gender. For example, those that would use X in Xmas, or Xing for crossing. Although Mx remains uncommon in the United States, in April 2016 it was added to the Merriam-Webster Unabridged Dictionary
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