Have you heard something about Mx? This title goes back to 1970. It was suggested for people who didn’t want that other people revealed their gender be the title. Moreover, it was an idea of feminist campaigners. Deed Poll service made this title legal in 2011. Oxford Dictionary added it in 2015. Now people use Mx as alternative for Miss, Mrs, Ms and Mr. Some companies were urged to include title Mx on their forms. In such way, they will recognise their non-binary clients. Some companies as Boots,Sky, ITV and National Trust use this title already. Moreover, they call other companies to use this title. Tom Pashby, non-binary campaigner, said it was very important for him companies started to use this title. In such way, queer people don’t have to decide between 2 options that are wrong for them. “Non-binary people got more individuality. This is important thing to do,”Pashby added.