Find Out Where These 11 Celebs Stand On Homosexuality
Celebrities, just like any of us, have thoughts either for or against homosexuality. Here’s what they had to say…
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“As the law of God says, marriage must be strictly a union between a man and a woman, and the rest is profane.”
Following his strict Catholic beliefs, celibate actor Eduardo Verastegui, doesn’t approve of it. Are we surprised?
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“Hooray for equality #lovewins #loveALWAYSwins”
After the Supreme Court’s ruling for marriage equality, Luis Fonsi was clearly in favor of same sex love.
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“I think that they are human beings who did not ask to be born that way and we have to watch what we say because sooner or later we can end up biting our own tongue because we’ll have grandchildren, great-grandchildren and you never know how they’ll turn out.”
This is one of the sweetest things Vicente Fernández has said outside of his rancheras.
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“I’m going to the gay pride [parade] and I love it because there will be a lot of crazy ones having fun. For me it’s a dream come true. It’s things like these that get you excited about getting ahead in other countries.”
La reina del rock, Alejandra Guzmán, knows supporting gay rights also makes for a sick party.
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“Love must be free and there should be protection for couples, it doesn’t matter what their sexual orientation is,” she said. “Every person chooses their love and there must be protection for your partner.”
Gloria Trevi highlights a crucial pillar of equality, protection for partners. #TreviForPrez
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“Maybe I do not agree. Maybe within my faith, there’s something that stops me, but that does not mean I do not love them.”
We get it Yuri, you’re trying to play nice, but denying basic human rights to your main audience might not be the smartest career move.
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“Let’s all get married. There is nothing more beautiful than two people who mutually love each other and want to get married. This does not mean that marriage is for everyone, but love is.”
This pop princess knows that at the end of the day, the most important thing is love and that deserves a celebration.
“The decision of the Supreme Court (a pro-gay decision) is a defeat for those who judge and want to get in the bed of others.”
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“This is an incredible day in the history of civil rights in America. I applaud President @BarackObama and all he has done for LGBT Americans. #Equality”
Gaby Solis loved the gays and so does Eva.
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“We should all be tolerant and respectful of people’s sexuality. We have to appreciate each other’s differences and accept people who have the courage to accept themselves. That’s beautiful.”
Sofia Vergara can see the beauty in diversity and that, girl, is beautiful.
Gael Garcia Bernal and Diego Luna
“The vote for the civil-unions law was a vote in favor of liberty, social equality and the strength of civil society.”
Both Diego Luna and Gael Garcia Bernal were part of a campaign supporting civil unions in Mexico. These two support with campaigns and movie roles. Remember “Milk” and “Bad Education”?
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