Viola Davis, Rosie Perez and Mya Taylor were among the celebrities who spoke out against a North Carolina law that targets the LGBT community at this year's Tribeca Film Festival in New York City.

The law prohibits cities from enacting LGBT protections and transgender people from using the bathroom of their choice.

Mya Taylor, who co-starred in last year's hit indie film Tangerine, had a message for lawmakers who support such laws: “F*ck off.”

“Do I have a message for them? You really want to know? Tell them to f*ck off. That's what you tell them,” she told gay glossy The Advocate from the event.

(Related: Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin “furious” about North Carolina's anti-gay law.)

“I hope that they bleed from their pockets,” Rosie Perez said. “I hope that businesses just make them suffer such a great deal.”

Viola Davis, who was promoting the premiere of her new film, Custody, said that she was “outraged.”

“I think that I'm just as outraged as you are. I think you're worthy of every right that every human being in this country, in this world, has been afforded,” Davis said.