Bell: "The Newsroom." I will be the first donor.
CNN: You and Dax Shepard recently announced on Twitter that you are finally getting married. Can you explain why you wanted to hold out until marriage equality was secured in California?
Bell: I did not feel comfortable taking a right that was denied to some of my best friends. I would want someone to stand up for me if I was denied a right in this country that prides itself on having equal rights for everyone. I believe that gay citizens of this country deserve to share not only the label of marriage but also the rights behind it. There are over 1,100 rights denied to a couple when you can't legally get married. I find that to be mind-boggling. Dax and I both very much wanted to wait because if we did do something for our wedding half the people we would be inviting couldn't celebrate the same right. But when we had a baby it became clear as to why we're fighting for this right, because we don't have some rights in regard to the baby that married couples do. I choose to be on the right side of history and I know in my heart that (equality) is what's right.
CNN: When will you actually get married?
Bell: I don't know. We almost did it on the day (of the Supreme Court decision) out of principle but we were both busy. We don't really want a wedding, though. It's too much stress, but we do really want to sign those papers. If anything just for the baby's sake.
CNN: What's the cutest thing your daughter Lincoln has done?
Bell: Existing! She's my best friend. She's 3½ months. Laying there is extremely cute to me. It's ecstasy for me.