I continue to be very involved in church and where I see my role is that I don't have to accept everything that the Adventists have to offer. I also know that there are a lot of young immigrants in the church. They are identifying as queer or gay or transgender but the church doesn't have an answer. I have chosen to remain so that I could support and I do. I support them and it's very, very informal. There are a number of them that call me. And we meet, not as a group, but sometimes we hang out. And the church doesn't know about it. And that's the way we will remain. Because it's a need and you don't have to leave church because you're gay. But because that's the way society is set up. That's what they make you believe. And I I'm going to remain in the Adventist Church because I am making an impact on a lot of young immigrant youths who are trying to find their way through some of the stigma and the difficulties of living in a strong religious home, but see themselves as different.