As much as I revere and study the Founders, I've learned it's largely futile to fight over Founder's "intent."
And, in the end, debate and ultimate decisions concerning the legitimacy / constitutionality of laws governing social norms and conduct often come down to a reality that is best captured by the brevity of Thomas Jefferson:
Thank you for the warning, Mr. Justice. It is well-taken. But thank you more for the wise words, Mr. President. They are the guide to the hope and promise of America.