“You know, I grew up in a religious family, in a religious community and it just doesn’t make sense to me. It just doesn’t work for me in the long run,” Pitt said. “I never wanted to step on anyone else’s religion and their beliefs — that’s what’s great about our country — until I started seeing it defining policy.”
On gay marriage, Pitt said “you have a group of people telling other people how to live their lives, and you can’t do that.”
“I just say you have to, you really have to check what country you’re living in because the freedom that allows you to practice religion is the same freedom you’re stepping on. That’s not right. And I want to add that if there was a nation of gay married couples who were telling you you couldn’t practice your religion, I’d be speaking up for you too. So, let’s stop the nonsense,” Pitt added.
In addition to speaking out on gay marriage, marijuana and religion, Pitt was promoting his new film “Inglourious Bastards,” due in theaters August 21.
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