I just want it [gay marriage] to hurry up and not be an issue anymore! I’m very proud of the work that has been done so far, I want us to hurry it up a bit more.
I think it’s important to say this because a lot of people think if you’re religious or you have any sort of faith, you’re automatically against equality in marriage. I speak as a Christian person, and as a woman and as an artist. I would love nothing more for my friends who love each other to get married.
I don’t think it’s a sin, I think we’re born how we’re born. Look at me, I’m 4’11’’, and so if it was a sin to be short what would I do? Well I’d just be, you know, it’s how God made me. I guess I just don’t understand why we’re still having this conversation. I want it to be done, I want it to be over with, and, you know, it’s the biggest equal rights issue – at least in our country since the 50s. I’m hopeful that in my lifetime it’’ll just be a faint memory.”
— National treasure Kristin Chenoweth expressing her support for gay marriage to Gay Star News.