NALSAR University of Law in Hyderabad India seems to have found a solution for those that can’t figure out their preferred pronoun.

Imaan Sheikh writes at BuzzFeed:

This University Agreed To Use “Mx.” On Diplomas For Students Who Don’t Identify As A “Mr.” Or “Ms.”

What makes this certificate gender-neutral is the use of the honorific ‘Mx.’ instead of the usual Mr., Ms., and Mrs.

The title ‘Mx.’ (pronounced “mux” or “mix”) does not specify the gender of the individual referred to. It is commonly used by people who identify outside the conventional masculine-feminine gender binary.
The person who made this happen at Nalsar was none other than the student whose certificate it is, Anindita Mukherjee (Mukherjee prefers to be referred to as “they” instead of “he” or “she”). Here’s how they did it.

“The beauty of the whole thing lay in the complete lack of any hurdles,” Mukherjee, who didn’t have a hard time convincing the Nalsar administration to take the step, told BuzzFeed in an email.

“I made one request to the university administration, and the change was made. For me, this speaks to the immense power administrations have in making lives easier or more difficult for students. The fact that it is presumed I had to struggle points to how rarely we see them making life easier, and how common it is for meaningless hurdles to be created. This is the moment at which I doff my hat at NALSAR’s present administration,” they said.