Interesting. So Zack says “But the Department’s 2014 guidance reflects two important differences across that 42-year gulf: The knowledge that transgender people are functionally the sex they identify with — all day, every day — and the reality that there are now openly-identifying transgender students attending schools.” How is someone functionally the sex they identify with? What exactly does is it mean if be were to say “Person A is functionally a man”? I am curious if Zack or anyone else can answer that question without using any gender or sexual stereotypes. I bet he can’t!