Antonia Carroll, a 16-year-old high school junior, organized a marriage equality rally in Bangor, Maine that took place Sunday.
“What is the difference between a man and a woman getting married and two men or two women getting married?” she asked the crowd of about 60 attendees. “It’s that Y chromosome or lack thereof in one of the partners. Who cares about Y chromosomes?”
"We will not stop, and we will not give up until we have equality for all,” she added.
Carroll says she cried on election night when Question 1 passed. If this is a sign of our future, then a bright future we will have.
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