Watch: Julianne Moore calls for LGBT rights beyond marriage

Naith Payton May 31, 2015
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Oscar winning actress Julianne Moore says even if same-sex marriage becomes law, “the fight goes on”.

The actress, who appears in upcoming gay rights film Freeheld, made the I Do video as part of a Lamda Legal campaign.

She said it is important to remember that even if the Supreme Court rules in favour of same-sex marriage, there are other battle to be fought.

The fight against anti-LGBT bullying in schools and violence against trans people are among those campaigns she speaks about.

She says: “We will keep fighting until all of us are truly equal. We can do better. We must do better.”

Watch the full video below:

She and out actress Ellen Page were banned from filming the gay rights drama Freeheld at a Catholic school last year.

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