Audrey Ana Wells, I’m not joking. Frankly, it’s more a logic question for me. If we have men’s and women’s prisons but the government has no right to identify you, as this document’s intention seems to imply, could we not see certain legal implications of this? Honest question. It does not bother me. Don’t give me the Iron Maiden 45th anniversary shirt American liberal attitude that I must be against this because I’m questioning it. I like it. Yet we deal with changing gender norms every day and how the law evolves will be interesting to see. Tell me the workaround solution to keep a man from going to a woman’s prison if the state has no right to define his gender for him? Give me a good response where his newfound Civil Rights are not violated. Cagri Tanyol you’re bringing up a lot of different points here and they’re not always clear. Are you asking what other accommodations should be available for genderqueer/ non-binary people? Or are you somehow implying that a gender identification on a license will cause all the barriers to accommodation that we already face? It doesn’t really make sense to say “accommodating non-binary identities in one way means we’ll run into further issues accommodating them elsewhere.” Leanne, I’m not making a gateway drug argument or that we’ll be marrying horses soon. I am just wondering about how we will define the state’s role in legally perceiving gender. I think we’ll see some interesting cases in the future. Cagri Tanyol You are obviously triggered since you’re asking questions that have already been addressed. You are bringing up things as if no one has ever thought of them. It is just really strange, that’s all. Cagri Tanyol I am a classic American liberal? I guess that’s a compliment. I mean I don’t see any point in denying science just because it might make people think.