Hi Jully Rowe Davis and thanks for joining and adding your input. What about someone's personal SPIRITUAL identity? I find that if someone identifies as any part of the LGBTQ spectrum, that is as personal and important to that person as someone's identity as an atheist, Christian or Muslim in expressing their beliefs and ways of life. So I think this is about respecting people's beliefs for THEMSELVES but also not projecting or imposing those beliefs on others through public policy. The issue of BELIEFS goes both ways, govt can NEITHER "prohibit nor establish" it. It is up to the people to respect each other's beliefs. And with the LGBTQ spectrum, clearly those beliefs are all over the place.