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Title (777)Total count%
People <=30
% <=30
People >=31
% >=31NB-excl.Count
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no title at all15,48634.7%13,09733.5%2,36843.6%[blank]80385%
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mx10,99224.7%9,63024.6%1,35424.9%mx32
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mr3,6748.2%3,4658.9%2023.7%mx.12
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non-gendered professional or academic title (e.g., dr, rev, military rank)
3,2477.3%2,8397.3%4057.5%person9
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ms2,1664.9%1,8534.7%3105.7%ser9
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unknown1,9204.3%1,8034.6%1132.1%m.8
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miss1,6693.7%1,5614.0%1041.9%ind7
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ind ("individual")1,6483.7%1,5303.9%1182.2%they/them6
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i choose my title on the day depending on how i'm feeling, even for long-term things like bank accounts
1,5883.6%1,4663.8%1202.2%friend5
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a standard title that is used only by people other than men and women
9422.1%8212.1%1202.2%m5
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m1030.2%940.2%90.2%misc5
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m.910.2%760.2%150.3%other4
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sir460.1%440.1%20.0%per4
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mrs450.1%180.0%270.5%citizen3
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comrade260.1%220.1%40.1%ind.3
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ser150.0%100.0%50.1%non binary3
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the140.0%90.0%50.1%nonbinary3
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misc110.0%100.0%10.0%partner3
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mz110.0%100.0%10.0%they3
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any80.0%80.0%00.0%mir2
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mxr80.0%80.0%00.0%mix2
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captain70.0%60.0%10.0%mre2
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dr70.0%20.0%50.1%mt.2
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mir60.0%60.0%00.0%non2
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mrs.60.0%20.0%40.1%sir2
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lord50.0%50.0%00.0%student2
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misc.50.0%50.0%00.0%teacher2
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sai50.0%30.0%20.0%them2
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mx or mr40.0%40.0%00.0%any genderless title1
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other (please specify):40.0%40.0%00.0%
any title that emphasises the relation between me and the admin
1
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citizen30.0%10.0%20.0%
anything else, provided it’s standardised and universal
1
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dear30.0%30.0%00.0%bestie1
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dr.30.0%00.0%30.1%bisexual1
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human30.0%10.0%20.0%boy1
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master30.0%30.0%00.0%bug1
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msr30.0%30.0%00.0%captain1
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mt30.0%30.0%00.0%contributor1
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per30.0%00.0%30.1%customer1
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person30.0%30.0%00.0%demigender1
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they/them30.0%30.0%00.0%divers1
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vx30.0%30.0%00.0%dr1
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vx.30.0%30.0%00.0%elf1
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zir30.0%10.0%20.0%eminence1
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anything is fine20.0%20.0%00.0%employee1
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entity20.0%10.0%10.0%eunuch1
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friend20.0%20.0%00.0%fae1
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it20.0%20.0%00.0%friend (fr.)1
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lady20.0%20.0%00.0%gay1
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madame20.0%20.0%00.0%gender non confirming1
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maistel20.0%10.0%10.0%genderless1
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mist20.0%10.0%10.0%human1
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mistress20.0%10.0%10.0%i don't know of any.1
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msc.20.0%20.0%00.0%i don’t other than mx1
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mssr20.0%00.0%20.0%
i guess mx, but i don't love it
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mv20.0%10.0%10.0%
i suppose "mx" counts, but i don't like how it sounds, really
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myr20.0%20.0%00.0%i wish i did.1
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nb20.0%10.0%10.0%i wish i knew1
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no preference20.0%20.0%00.0%
i wish i knew one ;-; that wasn’t mx.
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per ("person")20.0%10.0%10.0%in the id: x1
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professor20.0%20.0%00.0%intern1
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sire20.0%20.0%00.0%kid1
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teacher20.0%20.0%00.0%lesbian1
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x20.0%20.0%00.0%liege1
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x.20.0%20.0%00.0%male1
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xe20.0%10.0%10.0%man1
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#REF!10.0%10.0%00.0%masieur1
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a female/feminine title of which there is only one! like mr. nothing to do with marital status because that's none of anyone's business. alternatively, a neutral one like mx has my preference.
1master1
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a gender-neutral title used by all genders1millis1
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a generic non-gendered title, i.e. citizen, comrade, friend
1missir1
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a good one has not come yet, and i'm not comfortable with mx.
1mitt1
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a hypothetical, currently nonexistent title that is both gender-neutral and widely used (i.e., by cis, normie men and women), most similar to the non-gendered professional or academic title but without those qualifications. like "comrade" in countries where that's a thing maybe, but again without the connotations.
1mix.1
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a mix of both non-gendered professional title and mx
1mixter1
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a mix of mr/ms/mx1ml1
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a neutral / not gendered word for everyone1mr.1
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a non-gendered professional title, should i qualify for one, otherwise no title
1mre.1
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a non-gendered standard title that can be used for anyone, regardless of gender
1mre. ("mystery")1
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a non-gendered title applicable to all genders, but not mx. (verbally, mx. sounds feminine to me)
1mrs.1
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a non-gendered title not related to rank/profession (simply indicating adulthood)
1mrx1
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a nongendered title that can be used by gendered people also if they so choose, which is not mx because i find mx difficult and inconsistent to pronounce.
1msr1
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a professional/academic title that does not yet exist (some sort of non-gendered signifier of profession or non-doctoral academic achievement)
1msr. ("misser")1
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a standard non-gendered/gender neutral title that isn’t only used for people other than men or women
1mux1
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a standard other than mr/mrs/ms, or mx, or title (b.a. in my case) or ind, or nothing at all. nothing at all is very practical.
1mv.1
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a standard title for general use across genders: not a title based on occupation/rank and general enough that it can be the default for all
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mx (i consider this to be only for nonbinary/genderqueer people)
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a standard title that can be used by someone of any gender including men and women.
1mx (pronounced ‘mix’)1
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a standard title that doesnt imply gender(or lack of gender, the way they/them is used for non binary people but doesn't automatically imply that the subject is not a man nor a woman), that isnt mx. if i recall correctly, i think mx is meant to serve that porpose, i just hate the word itself.
1mx (pronounced ‘mux’)1
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a standard title that is gender-neutral but open to anyone (similar to how the japanese '-san' does not specify gender but doesn't have immediate connotations wrt gender feelings)
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mx works, but it still feels a bit femme or even kinky? that might say more about me than it does about the word
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a standard title that is not based in gender at all
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mx, but i don't like it, wish there was an alternative
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a standard title that is used by anyone1
mx, but it's not entirely standard yet. if only be comfortable with it if it was.
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a standard title that is used by anyone of any gender
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mx. is closest but really whatever people decide on is what i'd like to go with in a perfect world
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a standard title that is used by everyone, including men and women
1myr1
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a standard title that is used only by people other than men and women or a standard non gendered title used by everyone regardless of gender
1mys1
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a standard title to be used by anyone regardless of gender
1mz1
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a standard title used by all genders alike.1mz (pronounced ‘miz’)1
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a standard title used by all humans regardless of their gender
1mz (pronounced ‘muz’)1
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a standard title used regardless of gender, not sure what though. out of the above, "ind." is the closest. i like toki pona's "jan"
1nb1
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a title that can be gender neutral but is not only used by people other than men or women
1nb for non binary1
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a title that doesn’t indicate my gender or marital status, but is still considered “professional”
1no title just full names1
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a title that is kind of universal for all genders/non-gendered but not tied to achieving a certain professional or academic level
1pal1
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a universal honorific like mx, but one that can be used for anyone. don't think this exists yet
1people1