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09:42 | 25th April 2017

Entertainment News: News

Thu 21 Oct, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


I'm going to do something about it, and so should you

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Alec Baldwin and Jesse Tyler Fergurson will but NY won't

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Alec Baldwin has made an online video in a bid to fight for the right to legalise same –sex marriage in New York and is pleading for the right to marry Jesse Tyler Fergurson.

The actor posted the video in response to a spoof video made by Jesse in the summer in which he spoke of his love for Alec and their plans to marry.

In response to the video and Baldwin’s stance on same sex marriage he said: “As a result of [Jesse's video], a vast and malicious whisper campaign has emerged, alleging that I can’t marry Jesse because I’m not gay. I hear people saying this behind my back on a daily basis.



“There is one reason and one reason only why I can't marry Jesse in New York next year...The New York State Senate.

“I'm going to do something about it, and so should you. Because no one tells a New Yorker that they can't marry Jesse Tyler Ferguson.”

Both made the videos in a bid to help raise awareness for same sex marriage after the New York State Senate rejected a bill for people of the same sex to marry within the state.

 

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