Academy Award-winning actress Julianne Moore has been an LGBT ally both offscreen and on, portraying LGBT characters and working hand in hand with the LGBT community for over 25 years. She was featured on the cover of the 2010 Out100, when she was playing a lesbian mother and wife in The Kids Are All Right. Now, in anticipation of the Supreme Court decision on marriage equality this summer, Moore speaks out about the continued work needing to be done after the ruling.
"Whatever the decision, the fight goes on," Moore states in her touching campaign video. "The fight for LGBT youth who are too often bullied at school. The fight for transgender people who face violence and discrimination. The fight for the right to take care of a loved one when they fall ill. We will keep fighting until all of us are truly equal. We can do better. We must do better."
Kevin Cathcart, executive director of Lambda Legal, said that they are thrilled that she's added her powerful voice to the "I DO" campaign. "Ms. Moore is lending her celebrity status to garner attention and greater support for the continued fight for full equality. Her commitment to the cause is energizing -- I have no doubt that she will inspire thousands more to join us."
Watch the video below: