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Gender Neutral ‘Mx.’ Prefix Option Added to My Disney Experience

As part of Disney’s ongoing inclusivity efforts, the gender-neutral “Mx.” prefix is now an option when creating or updating a My Disney Experience profile. Previously, My Disney Experience only included binary gender prefixes and Dr. as choices. Mx. is a gender-neutral option popular with non-binary individuals.

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The prefix can be changed when logged into My Disney Experience on the desktop website. Including a prefix is optional if guests prefer to not have any title. Users may also update the prefix of other profiles they manage.

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The prefix is visible to friends and family whose plans you share.

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Pat
Pat
23 days ago

Sad

Enuff
Enuff
23 days ago

This is highly offensive! Bad Disney!

mis
mis
22 days ago

mx.? wouldn’t the prefix confused be more honest?

Bob
Bob
22 days ago
Reply to  mis

“Confused” as a prefix works wonderfully for those who refuse to educate themselves. The rest of us will embrace every existing label with equal respect, including the stubborn and uneducated. Because confused, evolving minds deserve love too.

beautiful gorgeous
22 days ago

That’s dumb! Go back to bed, Disney. I don’t like it when you are woke. You just look like a fool!

Sara
Sara
22 days ago

Why don’t they just use “first name” instead of a made up title?

Bob
Bob
22 days ago
Reply to  Sara

Um…they’re ALL made-up titles. Prefixes like Mr. and Mrs. are human constructs. Maybe we should just get rid of all of them and use first names for everybody instead. That way, you’ll never again have to be offended or feel the need to correct someone when they refer to you as “Ms” instead of “Mrs” or vice versa.