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Wed 18 May, 2011
By Sam Bristowe

As far as I’m concerned, having the right to say ‘I Do’ is as fundamental as the right to vote

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The highly desirable and influential Anna Wintour has spoken out in support for gay marriage equality as she joins in the same-sex New York marriage campaign.

The Editor-in-Chief is the latest celebrity to support “New Yorkers for Marriage Equality,” video campaign.

In the video she states: “As far as I’m concerned, having the right to say ‘I Do’ is as fundamental as the right to vote.”

HRC Senior New York Strategist Brian Ellner reportedly said about the importance of Wintours words of support: “As the preeminent voice in the global fashion industry and a publishing icon, Anna Wintour represents the best of New York. She knows the difference between a passing fad and an enduring brand.

Equality is part of the New York brand.”


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