Yes. It makes me think of a story that was shared with the committee in February of someone who went to a clinic and asked for their chosen pronouns to be used. They weren't used and they were not respected.
There is a variety of reasons this could be happening, whether it's a lack of respect for the community or for how people identify themselves. The motivations behind that are 100-fold. That's why I spoke to allyship today. It's because those behaviours really shape how you interact with anyone in your daily life. That's something that really needs to be promoted. In addition to all the recommendations we talked about today, those behaviours are really what are going to drive change.