This 9-Year-Old Girl Wrote To Congress Demanding Marriage Equality
Maggie’s dream is also to eat 100 cupcakes by the time she is 100-years-old.
The letter reads:
Would you like it if someone wouldn’t let you get married to a person you loved of your own gender? No. So why are you not letting people do that? That needs to change, and it needs to change now. Would you rather me send letters all year? Or you listen the first time? Your choice.
For Lent each member of the family decided to either add an activity or give something up. Maggie decided she wanted to write one letter a week to advocate for others. “We were very proud of her decision,” her father said.
“She also wrote in a paper for school that she wanted to advocate for LGBT rights. So, her decision to write a letter concerning LGBT rights is quite pleasing, but not out of the ordinary for her.”