11/06/2012 01:40 pm ET | Updated Feb 02, 2016

Maryland's Gay Marriage Law Gets Support From University Students

A University of Maryland journalism student interviewed a number of classmates on the topic of same-sex marriage for a class project, and the results show some truly amazing support for the state's "Question 6."

"You don't ride to school in a horse and buggy, the times have changed -- you drive to school in a car," one student notes. "The rules that couples should be [heterosexual] are very archaic."

Benjamin Strack's project acts as an unintended counterpart to this series of photos, which depict Northwestern College students voicing their opposition to marriage equality.

H/T Jeremy Hooper at Good As You

Take a look at highlights from a new Logo poll on LGBT voters' stance on the 2012 presidential election below:

Logo Presidential Election Poll