Aisha Tyler, actor, comedian and current co-host of The Talk, stars in a new video from the Human Rights Campaign in which she highlights her reasons for supporting marriage equality and states that she believes gay people should be allowed to marry to save the institution from the actions of straight people who, she believes, are making a mess of it.
Or, in her own words:
Tyler joins a number of others in making videos for the Americans for Marriage Equality campaign.
Previous offerings come from Newark Mayor Cory Booker, Oscar winner Mo’Nique, civil rights legend Julian Bond, Emmy Award winner John Leguizamo, acclaimed Broadway playwright Katori Hall, American footballer Scott Fujita, and The Good Wife’s Josh Charles.
This follows HRC’s New Yorker’s for Marriage Equality series that ran earlier this year in the run-up to the New York Legislature legalizing marriage equality in the state.
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