Hollywood actress Julianne Moore says gay marriage are important part of a society.
The 52 year old actress is an avid human rights activist
and sees herself as a feminist when it comes to her strong
views on equality, reported Contactmusic.
"Oh, yeah, absolutely(I'm a feminist). At one point,
'feminist' became a pejorative term. How did that happen?
"If you're a feminist, you're basically saying you're a
humanist. That's why the issue of gay marriage is so important
to me. It's about everybody having the same shot at
everything, at work, at marriage, at life.", she said.
Moore recently bagged the Best Actress in a Television
Film Golden Globe for her role in Game Change. She said that
she enjoys her children's support.
"What's so sweet is, they're old enough now to have
seen me nominated and lose a few times, but kids generally
have a lot invested in people winning.
They're always saying, 'Did you win? "And I'll say, 'No,
but it's ok, I still had fun, it's an honour to be nominated.'
The last time I lost a Globe, my daughter made me one in art
class. In fact, I think she made me a Bafta as well, because I
lost there that year, too," she added.