Actress Charlize Theron says she
doesn't want to marry, but adds that nobody has the right to deny gay
couples from tying the knot.
The 35-year-old Theron made her remarks
Wednesday night during an interview on CNN's Piers Morgan Tonight.
“I've been very fortunate enough to
be in relationships where I've explained that to my partner and
they've been ok with that,” she said of not wanting to be a bride.
“Some would say because I came from a very troubled marriage, my
parents did not have a good marriage, but I don't think it's that.”
When asked her thoughts on gay
marriage, Theron said she believes everybody should have that right.
“It's a divine right,” she told
host Morgan, “and when government starts to tell us who can love
and what is good love. Whether it's government or government built
on a certain religion, I do have a problem with that.”
“I do have a problem with the fact
that our government has not stepped up enough to make this federal,
to make this legal,” she added. (The video is embedded in the
right panel of this page.)