Lena Dunham of HBO's Girls and Jack Antonoff of the band fun say they are waiting for gay marriage to be legal before getting engaged.

In accepting her Golden Globes Award Sunday for Best Actress in a Comedy Series, Dunham referred to Antonoff as her “family,” leading to speculation of an imminent wedding.

“I am not engaged,” she told reporters backstage. “I don't want to get married until all gay people can get married.”

Dunham also made mention of marriage equality during a recent interview in which she discussed her character's love interest, a Republican played by Donald Glover.

“We liked the idea of a Republican entering their universe,” she told Vulture's Amanda Dobbins. “And Hannah doesn't really have a clear sense of why you shouldn't date a Republican; it's kind of just like the same reason why you shouldn't date a Nazi: You just shouldn't.”

“Wait, so your position is that you shouldn't date a Republican?”

“My personal position is that you should date anyone you want so long as they treat you respectfully and share your value system,” she explained. “So it might be hard for me to date someone who was against gay marriage and abortion rights – I don't think I would be attracted to them – but I don't have any personal problem with dating a Republican. I do think that Hannah has this reverse ignorance where she's like, 'If they're Republican, get them out of my airspace.' And that was a fun thought to explore.”