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11/16/2007

'V for Vexed About Marriage'

by Jeremy Hooper

Picture 1-120Regarding whether or not she plans to get married any time soon, Natalie Portman is quoted in the December issue of In Style magazine as saying:

"I'm not convinced about marriage," ... "Divorce is so easy, and that fact that gay people are not allowed to marry takes much of the meaning out of it. ... Committing yourself to one person is sacred."

Comments with which many lesbians agree, as the fact that gay women are not allowed to marry Natalie takes much of the meaning out of it for many of them as well.

It's unclear if Nat's comments will earn her the ire of any movie-going social conservatives. It's pretty clear, however, that she's unlikely to give a rat's ass.

Natalie Portman 'Not Convinced' About Marriage [People]
(H/t: Queerty)

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