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Natalie Portman joins gay marriage equality campaign

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  1. A proud Canadian 7 Jun 2011, 1:59pm

    Simply wonderful that more and more people are letting their hearts speak out, instead of using their heads to judge and discriminate. Congratulations to all those who have already signed the open letter to President Obama.

  2. I’m always amazed that we don’t seem to have any straight British celebrities doing the same thing. Why not? Why aren’t we seeing people like Emma Thompson, Colin Firth, The Beckham’s, Ralph and Joseph Fiennes, Robert Pattinson? Every bit helps and its important.

    1. Daniel Radcliffe is a very outspoken supporter of marriage equality and gay rights.

      1. Yes, he is – an admirable young man.
        I think people spoke out here more at the time when CPs were being debated. Perhaps unfortunately, now that we have those the fight for many people seems – at a casual glance – to be over.

  3. Jock S. Trap 7 Jun 2011, 3:26pm

    It’s great to hear another talent supportive of marriage Equality.

  4. She is a beautiful and incredibly talented actress. (She should have got the Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her role in Closer. But, at least, she, deservedly, won for Black Swan.)

    What is more, she is principled and stands up for what she believes in.

  5. natalie il faudrit beaucoup plus de personnes comme toi avec une grande culture ce qui implique une grande ouverture d’esprit c’est exactementce dont on a besoin pour faire avancer les choses et pour que le Monde se porte mieu. Tu es vraiment exceptionnelle et je pense que dans le milieu dans lequel tu evolues il n’y a pas beaucoup de personnes qui peuvent rivaliser avec toi. Respect total à toi et surtout ne changes rien tu es parfaite bises

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