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Хм. Успел прочитать био Эпштейна и историю Битлз, и даже историю распущенной самими Битлз истории о смерти Пола, и даже предположить что поводом пере- Эпштейна мог быть и вышедший 1-ого июня альбом сержанта. Неважно. Параллельно вышел с список с геями и бисекси. Знаменитыми. Даже Казанова там. Порадовала Дженис, Джоан Баес и Анджелина Джоуи

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A

Louise Abbéma, French painter. [1]
Berenice Abbott, American photographer. [2]
Roberta Achtenberg, American politician. [3]
Jean Acker, American actress. [4]
J. R. Ackerley, British writer and arts editor of The Listener
Peter Ackroyd, English author.[5]
Sir Harold Acton, British art writer, aesthete.[6]
Tracey Adams, American adult-film actress. [citation needed]
Jane Addams, American social reformer. [7]
Alvin Ailey, American dancer and choreographer. [8]
Edward Albee, American Playwright (Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?). [9]
Francesco Algarotti, Italian academic. [10]
Michael Alig, American club icon and murderer. [citation needed]
Chad Allen, American actor [11]
Peter Allen, Australian entertainer. [12]
Ted Allen, American food and wine guru on Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. [13]
Waheed Alli, Baron Alli+, British TV industry executive and life member of the House of Lords
Marc Almond, British singer, formerly of Soft Cell. [14]
Pedro Almodóvar Spanish director, Oscar winner. [15]
Scott Amedure, American victim in the "Jenny Jones Murder".
Alejandro Amenábar, Spanish director, Oscar winner. [16]
Hans Christian Andersen, Danish author of fairy tales. Sexuality subject of widespread speculation, but no direct first-person statements.[17]
Enza Anderson, Canadian drag queen and political gadfly. [citation needed]
Jerzy Andrzejewski, Polish writer. [18]
Kenneth Anger, American filmmaker.[19]
Steve Antin, American actor. [citation needed]
Antinous, lover of Roman military commander and emperor Hadrian. (anachronistic) [20]
Gloria E. Anzaldúa, American writer
Alistair Appleton, British television presenter [21]
Marshall Applewhite, American cult leader.
Aleksey Apukhtin, Russian poet. [22]
Louis Aragon, French poet, bisexual. Documented in Ruth Brandon's "Surreal Lives".
Gregg Araki, American director of The Doom Generation and The Living End
Reinaldo Arenas, Cuban poet, author of Before Night Falls (Antes que anochezca)
Valerie Arkell-Smith, British soldier [23]
Neil Armfield, Australian theatre director. [citation needed]
Billie Joe Armstrong, lead singer and guitarist of American punk band "Green Day," bisexual.
Alexis Arquette, American actor
Dorothy Arzner, American film director in classic Hollywood (The Bride Wore Red, Christopher Strong)
John Ashbery, American poet. [24]
Sir Frederick Ashton, British choreographer. [25]
Othniel Askew, American assassin
Kutlug Ataman, Turkish artist
Kevyn Aucoin, American celebrity makeup artist
W. H. Auden, British poet
Kevin Aviance, American dance music singer. [26]

B

David Bacon, American film actor.
Francis Bacon, British painter
Francis Bacon, English philosopher
Joan Baez, American singer, bisexual. [27]
Paul Bailey, British author. [28]
Josephine Baker, American singer, actress, French resistance member during WWII, bisexual. [citation needed]
Long John Baldry, British singer, musician, bisexual. [citation needed]
Claire Balding, BBC sports presenter and journalist
James Baldwin, American author
Tammy Baldwin, member of the United States House of Representatives (D - Wisconsin)
Alan Ball, American writer (American Beauty, Six Feet Under)
Baltimora, Northern Irish pop singer. [citation needed]
Brent Bambury, Canadian journalist for CBC. [citation needed]
Tallulah Bankhead, American actress. [29]
Samuel Barber, American composer. [30]
Jillian Barberie, American tv hostess, actress, bisexual
Alexander Bard, Swedish musician, bisexual (Army of Lovers, Vacuum). [31]
Clive Barker, British/American author, director, artist, known primarily for his work in the horror genre.
Djuna Barnes, American novelist, bisexual.
Fred Barnes, British music hall singer.
Tim Barnett, New Zealand member of parliament.
Nathalie Barney, American poet.
Jean Barraqué, French composer. [32]
Amanda Barrett, American musician, member of Ditty Bops
John Barrowman, British/American actor.
Michael Barrymore, British comedian
Drew Barrymore, American actress, bisexual
Paul Bartel, American filmaker. [33]
Roland Barthes, French literary theorist
Jurgen Bartsch, German serial killer. [34]
Jean-Michel Basquiat, American artist
Katharine Lee Bates, American writer of America the Beautiful [35]
Terry Baum, American playwright and congressional candidate
Gary Beach, American Broadway and cinema actor
Billy Bean, American former major league baseball player
Amanda Bearse, American actress (Married... with Children), director [36]
Cecil Beaton, British photographer, Tony Award-winning set designer and Academy Award-winning costume designer [37]
Maria Beatty, American filmmaker
Simone de Beauvoir, French philosopher and novelist, bisexual [citation needed]
Alison Bechdel, American cartoonist (Dykes to Watch Out For) [38]
Lucius Beebe, American author
Brendan Behan, Irish writer [39]
Andy Bell, British singer [40]
Linda Bellos, British black and LGBT activist and politician
Bruce Benderson, American novelist, essayist and translator, bisexual
Fernando Bengoechea, Brazilian interior photographer
A C Benson, British writer of the words 'Land of Hope and Glory'; 2 of his brothers (sons of the Archbishop of Canterbury) were also gay [41]
Gladys Bentley, American blues singer [42]
Helmut Berger, Austrian actor, bisexual
Nate Berkus, American interior designer [43]
Greg Berlanti, American film and screenwriter, director and producer (Everwood)
Christopher Bernau, American stage actor known for his Shakespearean roles, as well as roles on soap operas (Alan Spaulding on The Guiding Light)
Ruth Bernhard, photographer [44]
Sandra Bernhard, American comedian, singer, author and actor, bisexual or pansexual [45]
Leonard Bernstein, American composer and conductor, bisexual [46]
Thane Bettany, English actor, bisexual
Sarah Bettens, Belgian singer (K's Choice) [47]
Ole von Beust, German mayor of Hamburg [48]
Thomas Bezucha, American screenwriter and director [49]
James Bidgood, American photographer and filmmaker (Pink Narcissus)
Elizabeth Birch, American former head of Human Rights Campaign, longtime partner of Hillary Rosen
Jón Þor Birgisson, Lead singer of Icelandic band Sigur Rós.
Marie-Claire Blais, Quebec novelist [50]
Ross Bleckner, American artist [51]
Marc Blitzstein, American theater composer [52]
Anthony Blunt, British art-historian and spy [53]
Sir Dirk Bogarde, British actor [54]
André Boisclair, Canadian politician, leader of the Parti Québécois
Florinda Bolkan, Brazilian actress
Chastity Bono, American activist, daughter of Cher and Sonny Bono
William Bonin, American serial killer
Lizzie Borden, bisexual filmmaker [55]
Francisco Bosch, Spanish ballet dancer
Sandro Botticelli, Italian painter [56]
Michel Marc Bouchard, Canadian playwright (Les feluettes)
Pierre Boulez, French composer and conductor.
Matthew Bourne, British choreographer [57]
Leigh Bowery, Australian performance artist, fashion designer, and nightclub promoter. [58]
Jane Bowles, American author, married to Paul Bowles [59]
Paul Bowles, American expatriate author [60]
Karin Boye, Swedish poet and novelist
E. E. Bradford, British Uranian poet
Ben Bradshaw, British politician
Christopher Bram, American writer
Wilfrid Brambell, British actor (Steptoe & Son)
Dionne Brand, Trinidad and Tobago-born Canadian lesbian writer and filmmaker [61]
Marlon Brando, American actor, bisexual [62]
Johnny Brandon, British singer popular in the 1950s [63]
Allison Brewer, Canadian politician, leader of the New Brunswick NDP
James Bridges, American screenwriter and film director (The China Syndrome )
Scott Brison, Canadian member of Parliament and Minister of Public Works and Government Services
Jen Brister, British stand-up comedienne
Benjamin Britten, British composer [64]
David Brock, American journalist and author
Romaine Brooks, American painter, bisexual
Nicole Brossard, Quebec poet and novelist [65]
Bob Brown, Australian senator
Rita Mae Brown, American author [66]
Tammy Bruce, American author and feminist
Erik Bruhn, Danish ballet dancer [67]
Jack Buetel, American film actor
JM J. Bullock, American tv personality
Lady Bunny, American drag performer
Guy Burgess, British traitor, spy [68]
Glenn Burke, American baseball player
Ronnie Burkett, Canadian puppeteer
Pete Burns, British singer (Dead or Alive) [69]
Chandler Burr, American author and journalist
Raymond Burr, American actor (Perry Mason & Ironside) [70]
William S. Burroughs, American Beat author (Naked Lunch, Junky)
Saffron Burrows, British actress [71]
Gary Burton, American jazz vibraphone musician [72]
Richard Burton, Welsh actor, bisexual [citation needed]
Dan Butler, American actor
Judith Butler, American academic [73]
Octavia Butler, American science fiction author
Spring Byington, American actress
Lord Byron, British poet, bisexual [74]

C

Paul Cadmus, American painter
John Cage, American composer of aleatoric music and partner of Merce Cunningham.
Andrew Calimach, American author
Simon Callow, British actor
Jean Jacques Régis de Cambacérès, French lawyer and statesman, author of the Code Napoléon
Rhona Cameron, British Comedienne, TV Presenter
Daniele Capezzone, secretary of Italian Radical Party
Truman Capote, American author
Capucine, French actress (The Pink Panther), (Walk on the Wild Side)
Scott Capurro, American comedian and writer
Gia Carangi, American fashion model, widely considered the world's first supermodel
Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, Italian Renaissance artist
Edward Carpenter, British poet and activist
Chris Carter, New Zealand Minister of Conservation, Minister of Local Government and Minister for Ethnic Affairs
Nell Carter, American actress/singer (star of Gimme a Break)
Giacomo Casanova, Italian seducer - bon vivant, bisexual
Michael Cashman, British actor and politician, member of the European Parliament
Maggie Cassella, Canadian comedian
Cazuza, Brazilian singer and poet
Luis Cernuda, Spanish playwright
Richard Chamberlain, American actor
Graham Chapman, British comedian, member of "Monty Python's Flying Circus"
Tracy Chapman, American singer/songwriter
Charles IV of Spain, Spanish king
Ian Charleson, Scottish actor
Mary Cheney, daughter of U.S. vice-president Dick Cheney
Marc Cherry, American creator of Desperate Housewives
Leslie Cheung, Hong Kong singer/actor
John Cheever, American writer, bisexual
Margaret Cho, American comedian, bisexual
Wayson Choy, Canadian novelist
Nathan Christoffersen, American activist and journalist
Ralph Chubb, British poet, artist, printer, and prophet
David Cicilline, American politician; Mayor of Providence, Rhode Island
James Clark, British ambassador to Luxembourg
Cam Clarke, American actor/singer
Julian Clary, British comedian
Charles Clegg, American author and photographer
Montgomery Clift, American actor
Kate Clinton, American comedian
James Coco, American actor
Jean Cocteau, French director and artist, lover of Jean Marais
Benjamin Cohen British internet entrepreneur and journalist
Roy Cohn, American lawyer and associate of U.S. Senator Joseph McCarthy
Claudette Colbert, French-American actress, bisexual
Samuel Taylor Coleridge, English romantic poet, bisexual
Colette French novelist, music hall performer, bisexual
Cyril Collard, French writer, director (Les Nuits Fauves), bisexual
Bill Condon, American screenwriter and director [75]
Russ Conway, British pianist popular in late 1950s and early 1960s
Nancy Cook suffragette, educator, and an intimate of Eleanor Roosevelt
Dennis Cooper, American novelist, poet, and critic
Gary Cooper, American actor [citation needed]
Aaron Copland, American composer (bisexual according to a biography)
John Corigliano, American composer
Dean Corll, American serial killer
Douglas Coupland, Canadian writer, author of Generation X: Tales for an Accelerated Culture
Noel Coward, British writer
Henry Cowell, American composer
Marton Csokas, New Zealand actor
William Craig, Canadian owner of HARD on PrideVision and OUTtv
Cheryl Crane, Lana Turner's daughter; killer of Johnny Stompanato
Nicky Crane, British co-founder of neo-nazi organization Blood and Honour
Darby Crash, lead singer of American punk band The Germs
Gavin Crawford, Canadian television comic
Rene Crevel, French surrealist author
Quentin Crisp, British actor, author, and wit
Richard Cromwell, American actor (Jezebel and Lives of a Bengal Lancer) bisexual
Rodney Croome, Australian gay activist
Aleister Crowley, British occultist, bisexual
Howard Cruse, American underground cartoonist
Wilson Cruz, American actor and activist
George Cukor, American film director
Alan Cumming, British actor, bisexual
Rebecca Cummings, American porn star, bisexual
Andrew Cunanan, American spree killer, murdered Gianni Versace
Merce Cunningham, American choreographer and partner of John Cage.
Michael Cunningham, American writer
Pam Currie, Scottish Socialist Party activist
Adrianne Curry, American model and reality television star, bisexual
John Curry, British figure skater, 1976 Winter Olympics gold medalist
Catie Curtis, American singer-songwriter
Tony Curtis, American actor, bisexual [citation needed]
Charlotte Cushman, American stage actress
Julie Cypher, American former lover of Melissa Etheridge

D

Jacques d'Adelsward-Fersen, French novelist and poet
Eva Dahlgren, Swedish singer.
Jeffrey Dahmer, American serial killer and cannibal
Dan Dailey, American actor and dancer
Stephen Daldry, British gay film director
Dalida, Egyptian singer.
Joe Dallesandro, American actor and Andy Warhol protegé
Brian Dannelly, American writer/director (Saved!)[76]
Dave Davies, British rock musician (The Kinks)
Libby Davies, Canadian member of parliament
Peter Maxwell Davies, British composer
Ron Davies, former MP and former member of Welsh Assembly
Russell T. Davies, British television producer and screenwriter
Mercedes de Acosta, American author and socialite
James Dean, American actor, bisexual
Dean DeBlois, Canadian animator and director (Lilo & Stitch) [77]
Frank DeCaro, American writer/performer
Jeanine Deckers, Belgian nun and singer-songwriter
Edgar de Evia, Mexican-born American photographer, writer, artist
Ellen DeGeneres, American writer, comedian and actress
Baron Nicolas de Gunzburg, American and French socialite, editor, actor, producer and mentor to: Calvin Klein, Bill Blass and Oscar de la Renta
Michelle Deighton, American fashion model, former contestant on America's Next Top Model, bisexual
Andreas Deja, Polish-born German character animator for The Walt Disney Company[78]
Bertrand Delanoë, mayor of Paris
Samuel Delany, American science fiction author
Lea DeLaria, American comedian, jazz singer, author
Robert Denning, American interior designer, socialite in New York City and Paris and protégé of Edgar de Evia
Denice Denton, American university chancellor
Drea de Matteo, American actress, bisexual
Portia de Rossi, Australian-born actress
Abby DeWald, American musician, member of Ditty Bops
Elsie de Wolfe, American socialite and interior decorator
Sergei Diaghilev, Russian art critic, patron, ballet impresario and founder of the Ballets Russes
Guillermo Diaz, American actor
Andy Dick, American actor and comedian
Marion Dickerman suffragette, educator, vice-principal of the Todhunter School and an intimate of Eleanor Roosevelt
Janice Dickinson, American model (claims to be 1st supermodel), bisexual [77]
Dave Dictor, frontman of American hardcore punk band MDC
Marlene Dietrich, German actress, bisexual
Ani DiFranco, American folk singer, bisexual
Diane DiMassa, American cartoonist and author, HotHead Paisan, Homicidal Lesbian Terrorist
Elio Di Rupo, Belgian politician
Thomas M. Disch, American writer of science fiction and horror
Divine, American actor (in many of John Waters's films)
Emma Donoghue Irish-born author and essayist
Tom Dooley, American Catholic who became a national hero for his humanitarian work in Vietnam during the 1950s and early 1960s.
Candas Dorsey, Canadian science fiction author
Joseph Doucé, French psychologist and Baptist minister, founder of the International Lesbian and Gay Association
Lord Alfred Douglas, British poet and author, Oscar Wilde's lover.
Kyan Douglas, American grooming guru on Queer Eye for the Straight Guy
Brian Dowling, 2001 British Big Brother winner
James Dreyfus, British film and television actor
Carol Ann Duffy, Scottish poet and feminist
Diane Duane, American author, bisexual
Alan Duncan, British politician
Don Dunstan, Australian Labor politician, Premier of South Australia; married twice; bisexual
James Duval, American actor, bisexual
Clea DuVall, American actress, bisexual
Andrea Dworkin, American feminist

E

Angela Eagle, British Member of Parliament
Edward II, king of England, bisexual
Hilton Edwards, Irish actor, co-founder of Dublin's Gate Theatre, partner of Micheál MacLiammoir
Elagabalus, Roman emperor
Cássia Eller, Brazilian musician
Bret Easton Ellis, American writer, gay
Ruth Ellis, lesbian matriarch and only known African-American centenarian lesbian
Julian Eltinge, American vaudeville performer, drag queen, and film actor
Brian Epstein, British, manager of The Beatles
Epaminondas, Thebian military commander and statesmen
Bülent Ersoy, Turkish transexual musician
Melissa Etheridge, American musician
Uzi Even, first openly gay member of the Israeli Knesset
Kenny Everett, British DJ and comic
Rupert Everett, British actor

F

George Faludy, Hungarian poet and writer (My Happy Days in Hell), bisexual.
Justin Fashanu, British footballer.
Rainer Werner Fassbinder, German movie director.[1]
Mark Feehily, Irish singer, Westlife.
Ferdinand I of Bulgaria, former Tsar of Bulgaria.
Harvey Fierstein, American actor, playwright (Torch Song Trilogy).
Thom Filicia, American home design guru on Queer Eye for the Straight Guy.
Timothy Findley, Canadian novelist and playwright.
Leslie Fish, SF writer, folk musician and poltical activist, bisexual.
Fannie Flagg, American author, Fried Green Tomatoes.
Maile Flanagan, American film, television, and voice actress. [2]
Laura Flanders, American host on Air America Radio.
Gary Floyd, American frontman of hardcore punk band The Dicks.
Mark Foley, member of the United States House of Representatives (R-FL).
Malcolm Forbes, American magazine publisher
Tom Ford, American fashion designer.
E. M. Forster, British author.
Jackie Forster, American TV news presenter/journalist and Minorities Research Group member.
Pim Fortuyn, assassinated Dutch politician.
Vincent Fourcade, French American interior designer and socialite.
Xavier Fourcade, French American contemporary art dealer and proprietor of the Xavier Fourcade Gallery
Per-Kristian Foss, Finance Minister of Norway.
Michel Foucault, French scholar, partnered with Daniel Defert from 1963 till his death, Aldrich, Robert and Wotherspoon, Gary (Eds.) (2001). Also dated Jean Barraque.
Samantha Fox, British model and one time pop singer.
Virgil Fox, American organist.
Simon Fowler, British vocalist for rock band Ocean Colour Scene.
Barney Frank, American congressman (D-MA).
Sidney Franklin, American matador.
Robert Fraser, English art dealer and producer .
Peter Frechette, American film, stage and television actor.
Aaron Fricke, American gay rights activist who successfully sued his high school for the right to bring his boyfriend to the senior prom.
Donald Friend, Australian artist.
Stephen Fry, British actor, comedian, novelist and wit.

G

John Wayne Gacy, American serial killer
Rudy Galindo, American figure skater
Jeff Gannon (James Dale Guckert), American journalist involved in a scandal around White House press credentials (bisexual) [37]
Robert Gant, American actor (Queer As Folk)
Greta Garbo, Swedish actress, bisexual
Federico García Lorca, Spanish poet and playwright, martyred in the Spanish Civil War
Stephen Gately, Irish singer and ex member of the boyband Boyzone
Mark Gatiss, British comedian and writer [citation needed]
Jean-Paul Gaultier, French fashion designer
Piers Gaveston, French-born lover of Edward II
Janet Gaynor, American film actress
Will Geer, American actor (Grandpa Walton, The Waltons)
David Geffen, American music producer and record executive
Jean Genet, French writer
Kitty Genovese, American crime victim [3]
Chrissy Gephardt, American daughter of U.S. congressman Dick Gephardt
Boy George, British musician
David Gerrold, American science fiction writer, inventor of Tribbles
Malcolm Gets, American actor
Gian Gastone de' Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany
André Gide, French novelist and Nobel Laureate
Sir John Gielgud, British theater and film actor
Sara Gilbert, American television actress, series Roseanne
Rolf Gindorf, German sexologist
Candace Gingrich, American activist, half-sister of former U.S. Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich
Allen Ginsberg, American Beat poet ("Howl").[38]
Judy Gold, American comedienne
Andrew Goldstein, professional lacrosse player
Claudia Gonson, musician, collaborator with Stephin Merritt and the Magnetic Fields
Felix Gonzalez-Torres, American artist
Julie Goodyear, British television actress (Coronation Street)
Lesley Gore, American singer
Gorgidas, Theban military leader of the Sacred band of elite troops of paired gay lovers.
Juan Goytisolo, Spanish writer
Judy Grahn, American poet
Barbara Graham, American burglar, had a well-publicized relationship with fellow inmate Donna Prow
Farley Granger, American actor
Duncan Grant, Scottish painter and member of the Bloomsbury group
Brian Greig, Australian senator.[39]
Athen Grey, American photographer
John Greyson, Canadian filmmaker (Zero Patience, Proteus)
Gustaf Gründgens, German actor and stage director
Michael Guest, former U.S. ambassador to Romania.

H

Fritz Haarmann, German serial killer
Marilyn Hacker, American poet
Hadrian, Roman military commander and emperor
Leisha Hailey, American musician and actress
William Haines, American actor [4]
Rob Halford, British singer (Judas Priest)
Kristen Hall, American musician and songwriter, formerly of Sugarland
Radclyffe Hall, British lesbian, author of The Well of Loneliness
Marc Hall, Canadian student and activist
Vincent Hanley, Irish radio DJ who died of an AIDS-related illness
Kathleen Hanna, American musician, bisexual
Lorraine Hansberry, American playwright (A Raisin in the Sun)
G. H. Hardy, British mathematician
Billy James Hargis American televangelist.
Keith Haring, American artist
Curtis Harrington, American film artist[5]
E. Lynn Harris, American writer
Lou Harrison, American composer
Randy Harrison, American actor (Queer As Folk)
Deborah Harry, American singer, Blondie. [citation needed]
Lorenz Hart, American Broadway lyricist, who penned his work with Richard Rodgers
Marsden Hartley, American painter
Nina Hartley, American porn actress
Patrick Harvie, Scottish Green Party Member of the Scottish Parliament, bisexual
Bill Hastings, Chief Censor of New Zealand
Richard Hatch, American contestant and winner of reality tv series Survivor
Hurd Hatfield, American actor
Sophie B. Hawkins, American musician, bisexual
Sir Nigel Hawthorne, British actor
Charles Hawtrey (George Hartree), British actor (not to be confused with Sir Charles Hawtrey, the Victorian stage actor)
Harry Hay, American gay rights activist, founder of the Mattachine Society
Todd Haynes, American film director
Edith Head, American costume designer, winner of 8 Academy Awards
Anne Heche, American actress, bisexual
Michael Hendricks, Canadian gay rights activist, half of first couple to legally marry in Quebec
Nona Hendryx, American singer (Labelle), bisexual
Hans Werner Henze, German-italian composer
Hephaestion, Alexander The Great's lover and best friend. Military officer.
Jerry Herman, American composer and lyricist (Hello Dolly!) [6]
Ty Herndon, American Country & Western singer, bisexual
Sighsten Herrgård, Swedish designer, trendsetter. Became the face of AIDS in Sweden.
Frank Hershey (aka Franklin Q. Hershey) American automotive designer (1949 Cadillac, 1955 Ford Thunderbird)
Ralph Hexter, American educator, President of Hampshire College
Hibiscus+, American founder of the all-drag The Cockettes
Patricia Highsmith, American writer, bisexual
Hildegarde, American cabaret singer, lesbian partner of Anna Sosenko
Magnus Hirschfeld, German sociologist, formed the possible first gay rights organization, the Scientific Humanitarian Committee in 1897.
Billie Holiday, American blues singer, bisexual
Alan Hollinghurst, British author (The Swimming Pool Library)
Dave Holmes, American TV personality, former MTV VJ
Philippe Honoré, French-born violinist, life-partner of Indian novelist Vikram Seth
John Holmes, American porn actor, bisexual
James Hormel, former U.S. ambassador to Luxembourg. Appointed by President Bill Clinton in 1999.
Horst P. Horst, American photographer [7]
A. E. Housman, British poet
Frankie Howerd, British actor
Rock Hudson, American actor
Tanya Huff, Canadian author
Michael Huffington, American politician
Langston Hughes, American author, poet
Simon Hughes, British politician (bi)
Jerry Hunt, American composer
Tab Hunter, American actor/singer
Chris Hyndman, Canadian tv personality
Nicholas Hytner, British theater and film director [8]

I

Janis Ian, American singer/songwriter
Norman Iceberg, Canadian singer/songwriter
Witi Ihimaera, New Zealand author, Whale Rider
William Inge, American dramatist
John Inman+, British actor
Sharon Isbin, American classical guitarist [9]
Christopher Isherwood, British novelist
James Ivory, American director, producer, and screenwriter

J

Tony Jackson, American pianist and composer [10]
Max Jacob, French poet
Marc Jacobs, American fashion designer
Sir Derek Jacobi, British actor and director
Cheryl Jacques, American politician
Paco Jamandreu, Argentine fashion designer and actor
James I of England, James VI of Scotland
Jenna Jameson, American adult-film actress, bisexual
Tove Jansson, Finnish author of the Moomin books [11]
Derek Jarman, British film director, artist and writer
Michael Jeter, American actor, "Mr. Noodle's brother Mr. Noodle" of Sesame Street [12]
Sarah Orne Jewett, American author [citation needed]
Patria Jimenez, Mexican politican - PRD member of Mexico's Chamber of Deputies - first openly lesbian member of Mexico's National Legislature. [40]
Phil Jimenez, American comic artist [13]
Jobriath, American rock singer
Edmund John, Uranian poet [14]
Elton John, British singer, musician, composer [15]
Jeffrey John, Church of England dean
Jasper Johns, American pop artist in the 1960s [16]
Holly Johnson, British lead singer for Frankie Goes to Hollywood
Philip Johnson, American architect, bisexual [17]
Angelina Jolie, American actress, bisexual [18]
Bill T. Jones, American dancer and choreographer [19]
Cherry Jones, American actress [20]
Grace Jones, Jamaican-born actress and singer [citation needed]
Jim Jones, American cult leader [citation needed]
Janis Joplin, American singer, bisexual [21] [22]
Barbara Jordan, American congresswoman
Leslie Jordan, American character actor; Will & Grace, Sordid Lives [23]
Orlando Jordan, American professional wrestler, bisexual [24]
Mychal F. Judge, American Franciscan priest, WTC terrorism victim [25]
Miranda July, American performance artist and film director, bisexual [26]

K
Frida Kahlo, Mexican artist, wife of Diego Rivera, bisexual
Chris Kanyon, American wrestler [1]
Peter Karlsson, Swedish ice hockey player
Gorden Kaye, British actor
Johan Kenkhuis, Dutch Olympic swimmer
Brian Kennedy, journalist and activist, helped set up the London Lesbian and Gay Centre
Brian Kennedy, Irish singer, songwriter and novelist [2]
Graham Kennedy, Australian television personality
Jack Kerouac, American author, bisexual
Maya Keyes, American daughter of U.S. politician Alan Keyes
John Maynard Keynes, British economist
Larry Kert, American Broadway stage performer
Udo Kier, German actor
Bernard King, Australian tv personality, celebrity chef
Billie Jean King, American tennis player, bisexual
Florence King, American writer and columnist, bisexual
Andrew Kinlochan, British member of boy band Phixx
Alfred Kinsey, American scientist, sexologist, founder of the Institute for Sex Research, bisexual
The Hon. Justice Michael Kirby, Justice of the High Court of Australia
Robert Kirby, American cartoonist (Curbside)
Tommy Kirk, American actor
Tim Kirkman, American writer and film director
James Kirkwood, Jr., American playwright (A Chorus Line)
Jim Kolbe, member of the United States House of Representatives (R-Arizona)
Jeffrey Kofman, Canadian journalist at ABC
David Kopay, American football player
Dave Koz, American jazz musician and radio host[3]
Larry Kramer, American novelist and playwright
Ronnie Kray, British gangster
Carson Kressley, American style guru on Queer Eye for the Straight Guy
Sheila Kuehl, California State Senator and former teenage actress
Michael Kühnen, German neo-nazi leader
Nancy Kulp, American actress (The Beverly Hillbillies)
Elvira Kurt, Canadian comedian
Tony Kushner, American playwright (Angels in America)
Mikhail Kuzmin, Russian novelist and poet
Stanley Kwan, Chinese filmmaker

L

Touko Laaksonen (Tom of Finland), Finnish artist
Bruce LaBruce, Canadian filmmaker[4]
David LaChapelle, American photographer[5]
Gavin Lambert, British screenwriter, novelist and biographer
Wanda Landowska, Polish harpsichord, companion of Denise Restout[6]
Nathan Lane, American actor and singer[7]
k.d. lang, Canadian country and blues singer.
Tom Lanoye, Belgian writer. [8]
Laurier L. LaPierre, Canadian broadcaster and Senator
Jack Larson, American actor, screenwriter and producer
Danny La Rue, Irish-born comedian and drag queen
Derek Laud, British political activist and Big Brother contestant[9]
Charles Laughton, British actor [10]
Lonnie Latham disgraced minister [citation needed]
Chris Lea, former leader of the Green Party of Canada, first openly gay party leader in Canada
René Leboeuf, Canadian gay rights activist, half of first same-sex couple to legally marry in Quebec
Mark Leduc, Canadian Olympic medallist/boxing, 1992
Violette Leduc, French author
Sook-Yin Lee, Canadian tv personality, former MuchMusic VJ, bisexual
Leonardo da Vinci (1452–1519), doubtful: emprisoned on suspicion of homosexuality, but not convicted; "repressed homosexual" according to Sigmund Freud,[11] but the scientific reliability of Freud's analysis is disputed.[12]
Eva Le Gallienne, British-born American actress and screenwirter
Annie Leibowitz, American photographer. [citation needed]
Robert Lepage, Canadian playwright, actor and film director [citation needed]
José Lezama Lima, Cuban poet [13]
Liberace, American musician (denied by Liberace himself; died of complications resulting from HIV) [citation needed]
Jesse Liberty, American writer, bisexual [14]
Ivri Lider, Israeli singer
Iyari Limon, American actress, bisexual
Janine Lindemulder, American porn actress, bisexual
Brian Linehan, Canadian tv personality [citation needed]
Alain Locke, first African-American Rhodes scholar [citation needed]
Kristanna Loken, American actress, bisexual
Audre Lorde, American poet, author
Lance Loud, American reality television show An American Family, rock singer (Lance Loud and the Mumps) [15]
Greg Louganis, U.S. Olympic high-diver [16]
Craig Lucas, playwright, theatre and film director [17]
Matt Lucas, British comedian
Ludwig II, German King of Bavaria (Builder of Neuswanstein)
Ernst Ludwig, German Grand Duke of Hesse and The Rhine [citation needed]
Jean-Baptiste Lully, French baroque composer, bisexual
Paul Lynde, American actor and comedian
Jane Lynch, American actress ("The 40-Year-Old Virgin")
Andreas Lundstedt, Swedish musician (Alcazar, Six4one)

M

Ann-Marie MacDonald, Canadian author and playwright
Ashley MacIsaac, Canadian fiddler from Cape Breton
Cameron Mackintosh, British theatrical producer [18]
Mary MacLane, British Edwardian-era writer
Micheál MacLiammoir, Irish actor and co-founder of Dublin's Gate Theatre
Rachel Maddow, American talk show host, Air America Radio
Gregory Maguire, American author (Wicked), married to painter Andy Newman
Tony Malone, British graphic designer and typographist
Peter Mandelson, Britain's EU commissioner
Marjorie Main, American actress best known for portraying Ma Kettle
Irshad Manji, Canadian journalist, author, and "Muslim Refusenik".
Erika Mann, German cabaret producer, actress, author
Klaus Mann, German author
Thomas Mann, German author
Robert Mapplethorpe, American artist, photographer
Jean Marais, French actor, lover of Jean Cocteau
Josie Maran, American model, bisexual
Miriam Margolyes, British Actor [citation needed]
Marilyn, British pop star and musician
Beatriz Marinello, President of United States Chess Federation
Christopher Marlowe, British Elizabethan playwright
Del Marquis, American, bass player in Scissor Sisters
David Marr, Australian author, broadcaster and media commentator
David Marsden, Canadian radio broadcaster and music promoter
Andy Martin, British musician (The Apostles, Academy 23), editor (SMILE) and writer
Jake Maskall, British actor from EastEnders
Heather Matarazzo, American actress
Johnny Mathis, American singer
William Somerset Maugham, British writer and dramatist
Armistead Maupin, American writer (Tales of the City)
Amélie Mauresmo, French tennis player
Jenny McCarthy, American actress and model, bisexual [citation needed]
Roddy McDowall, British actor and photographer
Frank McGuinness, Irish playwright
Jonny McGovern ("The Gay Pimp"), American comedian and singer
Jim McGreevey, American former governor of New Jersey
Sir Ian McKellen, British actor, gay rights campaigner
Terrence McNally, American playwright
David McReynolds - first openly gay man to run for USA Presidency
Margaret Mead, American anthropologist, bisexual
Gian Gastone de' Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany, last Medici ruler of Tuscany
Joe Meek, British record producer
Armin Meiwes, German cannibal
Meleager (general), Greek military commander
George Melly, British jazz-singer and writer
Réal Ménard, Canadian member of parliament
Gian Carlo Menotti, American composer
Rick Mercer, Canadian television comedian
Ismail Merchant, Indian-born British film director, producer, and screen witer
Freddie Mercury, British musician (Queen)
James Merrill, American poet
Stephin Merritt, American singer/songwriter for the Magnetic Fields, the Sixths, and the Gothic Archies
Metrobius, ancient Roman actor
George Michael, British singer (Wham)
Tammy Lynn Michaels, American actress, partner of Melissa Etheridge
Harvey Milk, American, was member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, assassinated in 1978
Eric Millegan, American actor
Merle Miller, American presidential biographer
Kate Millet, American author
Scott Mills, British Radio DJ
Vincente Minnelli, American husband of Judy Garland, father of Liza Minnelli, bisexual
Sal Mineo, American actor
Yukio Mishima, Japanese author
Jerry Mitchell, American Tony Award-winning choreographer
John Cameron Mitchell, American writer and director. Creator of Hedwig and the Angry Inch
Isaac Mizrahi, American fashion designer, television show host
Dave Moffatt, Canadian singer
Albert Mol, Dutch actor
Brian Molko, Belgian-born singer of British rock band Placebo, bisexual
Comte Robert de Montesquiou poet, writer, set designer, patron of the arts
Luke Montgomery, political activist, alias "Luke Sissyfag"
Amanda Moore, American fashion model
Gene Moore leading window dresser first at Bonwit Teller then at Tiffany
Tyria Moore, American love partner of serial killer Aileen Wuornos
Cherrie Moraga, American author on lesbian Hispanic themes
Richard Morel, American singer, music producer
Chris Morgan, British powerlifting champion
Paul Morrissey, American filmmaker
Rudolph Moshammer, German clothing designer
Bob Mould, American rock musician, former member of Hüsker Dü and Sugar
Megan Mullally, American actress, bisexual
Misty Mundae, American actress, bisexual
Murathan Mungan, Turkish author, playwright and poet
Saki (real name H.H. Munro), British Edwardian writer
Glen Murray, Canadian former mayor of Winnipeg, Manitoba
Michael Musto, American columnist, TV personality

N

Kathy Najimy, American actress, bisexual
Martina Navratilova, Czech-born American tennis player
Alla Nazimova, Ukrainian born American silent film actress
Ted Nebbeling, Canadian politician, first Cabinet Minister to legally marry his same sex partner.
Mike Nelson, American politician. Five-term mayor of Carrboro, NC; first openly gay mayor in the American South.
Beverley Nichols, British writer, playwright, actor, novelist and composer
Vaslav Nijinsky, Russian ballet dancer, choreographer
Dennis Nilsen, British serial killer
Cynthia Nixon, American actress
Klaus Nomi, German singer
Peter North, Canadian born adult-film actor who predominantly appears in heterosexual porn
Graham Norton, Irish comedian and television personality
Henri Nouwen (1932-1996), probably, according to Michael Ford in Wounded Prophet : A portrait of Henri J.M. Nouwen, 1999, ISBN 038549372X
Ramon Novarro, Mexican-American silent screen actor
Ivor Novello, British stage and film actor
Richard Bruce Nugent, American author, wrote first description of homosexuality in African-American literature.
Terri Nunn, American singer, new wave band Berlin, bisexual
Rudolf Nureyev, Russian ballet dancer
Laura Nyro, American singer

O

Mark Oaten, British politician
Sinéad O'Connor, Irish singer, bisexual (Ryan Confidential, broadcast on RTÉ 1 on May 29, 2003)
Daniel O'Donnell, American politician, brother of Rosie O'Donnell
Rosie O'Donnell, American comedian
Eoin O'Duffy, Irish police commissioner, leader of the 'Blueshirts' and aide to Michael Collins (Irish leader)
Paul O'Grady, British television performer
Denis O'Hare, American Tony Award-winning actor
Andrew Olexander, Australian politician, current member of the Victorian Legislative Council
Mary Oliver, American poet
Pauline Oliveros, American composer
Laurence Olivier, British actor, bisexual
Brian Orser, Canadian silver medalist at both the 1984 Winter Olympics and the 1988 Winter Olympics
Joe Orton, British playwright
Cathal Ó Searcaigh, Irish poet
Kanako Otsuji, Japan's 1st openly lesbian politician
François Ozon, French writer and film director
Ferzan Ozpetek, Turkish-Italian screenwriter and film director

P
Brian Paddick, British police commander
Hugh Paddick, British actor
Camille Paglia, American author and social critic, bisexual
Peter Paige, American actor (Queer as Folk)
David Paisley, British actor
Pai Hsien-yung, Taiwanese writer
Chuck Palahniuk, American writer, Fight Club
Chuck Panozzo, American musician (Styx).
Carl Panzram, American serial killer
Antonia Pantojas, Puerto Rican educator
Antonio Pantojas, Puerto Rican actor
Benito Papazón, Mexican journalist and politician.
Bob Paris, American bodybuilder
Annise Parker, American activist/politician
Alex Parks, British singer/songwriter
Matthew Parris, British journalist and former politician
Harry Partch, American composer and just intonation instrument inventor
Pier Paolo Pasolini, Italian director and writer
Robert Patrick, American Off-Off Broadway playwright
Paul Patrick, British LGBT activist
Pat Patterson, professional wrestler [1]
John Paulk, American former leader of the ex-gay movement and ex-president of Exodus International
Sarah Paulson, American actress
Graham Payn, British actor and singer
Douglas Pearce, British musician best known for his work as Death In June.
Peter Pears, British singer
Alfonso Pecoraro Scanio, Italian politician, secretary of the Green Party, bisexual
Queen Pen, American bisexual rapper
Anthony Perkins, American actor, bisexual
Linda Perry, American singer
Roger Peyrefitte, French diplomat and writer
Dean Phoenix, pornographic actor
Philip II of France, French monarch
Philippe, French Duke of Orléans under Louis XIV
Phranc, American singer/songwriter, musician and artist
Pink, American pop singer, bisexual
Doug Pinnick, American singer and musician, King's X
Danny Pintauro, American actor (Who's the Boss?)
Miguel Piñero, Puerto Rican playwright, bisexual
Prince Edmond de Polignac, French composer
Marcel Proust, French author
Carole Pope, Canadian rock singer
Cole Porter, American composer and lyricist (Anything Goes)
Michael Portillo, British politician and journalist
Francis Poulenc, French composer
Tyrone Power, American actor
Vincent Price, American actor [citation needed]
Manuel Puig, Argentine writer

Q

Colin Quinn, American comedian and actor, acknowledges several same-sex encounters in his late teens and early twenties.
Sara Quin, Canadian singer/songwriter, member of the band Tegan and Sara
Tegan Quin, Canadian singer/songwriter, member of the band Tegan and Sara

R

Justin Raimondo, American writer
Gilles de Rais, French nobleman and serial killer
Richard Ramirez, American serial killer, bisexual
Anthony Rapp, American actor and singer
Terence Rattigan, British playwright
Robert Rauschenberg, American artist
Amy Ray, American singer, The Indigo Girls
Nicholas Ray, American film director, bisexual
John Rechy, American author
Robert Reed, American actor (The Brady Bunch)
Charles Nelson Reilly, American actor and former game-show regular
George Reinholt, American soap opera actor (Steve Frame on Another World)
Jennifer Diane Reitz, American computer programmer, cartoonist and gender rights advocate, bisexual.
Rio Reiser, German musician ("Ton Steine Scherben"), bisexual
John Reith, 1st Baron Reith British founder of the BBC
Mary Renault, South African novelist
Denise Restout, French companion of Wanda Landowska
Gerard Reve, Dutch writer
Cecil Rhodes, British financier and colonizer of Africa
Christopher Rice, American author (son of Anne Rice)
Adrienne Rich, American poet and critic
Sviatoslav Richter, Russian pianist [2]
Marlon Riggs, American author and producer of Tongues Untied
Arthur Rimbaud, French poet
Herb Ritts, American fashion photographer
Bobby Rivers, American TV personality [citation needed]
Jerome Robbins, American choreographer. [citation needed]
Ian Roberts, Australian Rugby League player
Angela Robinson, American film director
Anwar Robinson, American Idol contestant
Gene Robinson, American Episcopal bishop of New Hampshire
Svend Robinson, former Canadian member of parliament
Tom Robinson, British rock musician
Roland Rocchiccioli, Australian performer and television personality
Roche-sur-Yon, French prince and King of Poland
Jai Rodriguez, American "culture guru" on Queer Eye for the Straight Guy
Ernst Röhm, German leader of the Nazi SA (Brownshirts)
Anthony Romero, first Hispanic and openly gay Executive Director of the ACLU
Cesar Romero, American actor
Ned Rorem, American composer,
Seraphim Rose, informal saint of the Russian Orthodox Church; had longterm same-sex relationship in his youth later converted to Orthodox Christianity and became celibate in order to live according to the rules of the faith.
Hilary Rosen, American former CEO of the RIAA, longtime partner of Elizabeth Birch (see above)
Jane Rule, Canadian author
RuPaul (RuPaul Andre Charles), American singer, actor
Joanna Russ, American science fiction/fantasy author and feminist
Craig Russell, Canadian female impersonator
Bayard Rustin, American civil rights activist, organizer of the 1963 March on Washington, introduced Martin Luther King Jr. to the writings of Mahatma Gandhi and non-violence, fired for being gay

S

Mário de Sá-Carneiro, Portuguese modern poet
Steven Sabados, Canadian TV personality
Vita Sackville-West, British author and poet [3]
Marquis de Sade, French author and philosopher, bisexual
Leontine Sagan, Austrian film-maker
Emily Saliers, American singer, The Indigo Girls
Jari Sillanpää, Finnish singer
Victor Salva, American writer/director (Jeepers Creepers) [4]
Alex Sanchez, Mexican author. [5]
Ben Sander (Brini Maxwell), American drag performer and television host
Sue Sanders, British LGBT activist
Emmanuel Sandhu, Canadian figure skater[6]
Jeremy Sapienza, American anarcho-capitalist
Dick Sargent, American actor, (second "Darrin" on Bewitched) [7]
Siegfried Sassoon, British poet
John Saul, American novelist
Dan Savage, American columnist [8]
Francesco Scavullo, American fashion photographer [9][10]
John Schlesinger, British film director (Midnight Cowboy,Sunday Bloody Sunday)[11]
Fred Schneider, American lead singer of The B-52's[12]
Joel Schumacher, American filmmaker (The Phantom of the Opera)
David Sedaris, American essayist and radio personality [13]
Pierre Seel, French concentration camp survivor
Shyam Selvadurai, Sri Lankan-Canadian novelist (Funny Boy)
Hong Seok-cheon, Korean actor [14]
Vikram Seth, Indian novelist, poet, biographer-memoirist, travel writer and librettist (A Suitable Boy, An Equal Music, From Heaven Lake, Golden Gate)
Adam Shankman, American director.[15]
Eric Shanower+, American writer and illustrator
Penny Sharpe, Australian politician
Clay Shaw, the only American tried for conspiracy in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy
Fiona Shaw, Irish actress
Jake Shears, American singer for the band the Scissor Sisters
Pete Shelley, British singer of the punk band The Buzzcocks
Matthew Shepard, American hate crime victim, violently murdered in Wyoming, subject of Emmy winning films The Laramie Project and The Matthew Shepard Story[16]
Jeremy Sheffield, British actor
Ned Sherrin, British broadcaster
Randy Shilts, American author, journalist and AIDS activist
Henry Sidgwick, British utilitarian philosopher
Michelangelo Signorile, American columnist, advocate, and pundit
Bill Siksay, Canadian member of parliament
Mario Silva, Canadian member of parliament
Roy Simmons, American football player [17]
Bryan Singer, American movie director (Superman Returns, X-Men)
Winnaretta Singer, patron of the arts, heir to the Singer sewing machine fortune [18]
Jeffrey Smart, Australian painter
Ali Smith, British writer
Andrew Hayden-Smith, British TV presenter.
Bessie Smith, American blues singer.
Chris Smith, first openly gay British MP
Liz Smith (actress), British actress.
Liz Smith, American gossip columnist, bisexual [19]
George Smitherman, Canadian politician (Ontario cabinet minister) [33]
Jack Snow, American writer of science fiction, fantasy, and horror [20]
Valerie Solanas, American cult writer, feminist, attempted to assassinate Andy Warhol.
Simeon Solomon, British artist associated with the Pre-Raphaelites and the Aesthetic art movement
Jimmy Somerville, British singer (Bronski Beat, The Communards)
Stephen Sondheim, American musical theater composer and lyricist[21]
Susan Sontag, American essayist and novelist [22]
Dusty Springfield, British pop singer
Annie Sprinkle, American adult-film actress, performance artist
Pam St. Clement, British television actress (EastEnders)
James St. James, American author and former New York party icon.
Robert Stadlober, German actor and singer, bisexual
Darren Star, American television producer and screenwriter
David Starkey, British historian
Gertrude Stein, American expatriate author, partner of Alice B. Toklas [23]
Eric Stenbock, Swedish poet and writer
Michael Stipe, American singer (R.E.M.), film producer [24]
Kim Stolz, American fashion model, former contestant on America's Next Top Model
Jim Stork, American politician [25]
Billy Strayhorn, American jazz composer, lyricist, arranger, and pianist (Duke Ellington Orchestra)
Jeff Stryker, American adult-film actor
Sylvester, American singer
Gerry Studds, American politician [26]
Lucius Cornelius Sulla, Roman dictator
Andrew Sullivan, British-born American conservative journalist Retr
Ben Summerskill, British gay activist, Chief Executive of Stonewall
Terry Sweeney, American writer and actor who was a Saturday Night Live cast member in the mid-1980s
Sheryl Swoopes, American WNBA basketball player [27]
Algernon Swinburne, British poet
Karol Maciej Szymanowski, Polish composer and pianist

T

George Takei, American actor (Star Trek)
John Tartaglia, American singer and actor
Peter Tatchell, Australian born LGBT activist and politician
Rip Taylor, American comic
Steve P. Taylor, British writer and prison reform campaigner
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Russian composer
Neil Tennant, British musician (Pet Shop Boys)
Stephen Tennant, British aristocrat
Mark Tewksbury, Canadian gold medal winner in the 1992 Summer Olympics
Jean-Yves Thibaudet, French pianist [28]
George Thomas, 1st Viscount Tonypandy, British statesman
Scott Thompson, Canadian comedian and actor (Kids in the Hall)
Virgil Thomson, American theater composer and music critic
Jeremy Thorpe, leader of British Liberal Party
William Tatem (Bill) Tilden II, American tennis champion.
Billy Tipton, American jazz musician, male impersonator
Colm Tóibín, Irish novelist
Alice B. Toklas, American author, partner of Gertrude Stein, known for her cookbook that contains Brion Gysin's hashish brownies (marijuana)
Sandi Toksvig, British comedian
Lily Tomlin, American comedienne, actress
Noel Tovey, Australian actor, producer and write
Trajan, Roman emperor
Violet Trefusis, British lesbian daughter of King Edward VII's mistress Alice Keppel; lover of Vita Sackville-West
Michel Tremblay, Canadian writer
Mark Trevorrow, Australian comedian
Tom Tryon, American actor and writer
Marina Tsvetaeva, Russian poet and writer
Esera Tuaolo, American former NFL player
Tommy Tune, American actor, dancer, singer, producer and choreographer[29]
Alan Turing, British mathematician, computer scientist and theorist, WWII codebreaker
Colin Turnbull, British-born American anthropologist
Guinevere Turner, American actress and screenwriter
Stephen Twigg, British politician, MP, defeated Michael Portillo in 1997 election
Oras Tynkkynen, Finnish politician

U
Karl Heinrich Ulrichs, German activist, author

V

Urvashi Vaid, American former head of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force
Penny Valentine, British rock critic, music journalist
Pierre Vallières, Canadian writer, member of the terrorist FLQ
Gus Van Sant, American director
Chavela Vargas, Mexican singer, who came out as lesbian during an interview with Colombian television [1]
Gianni Vattimo, Italian philosopher
Nichi Vendola, Italian communist politician
Paul Verlaine, French poet
Jim Verraros, American singer, actor, American Idol contestant
Gianni Versace, Italian fashion designer
Gore Vidal, American writer
Salka Viertel, Ukrainian-born Hollywood screenwriter
Bruce Vilanch, American comedy writer
Norah Vincent, American Journalist
Luchino Visconti, Italian director
Wilhem Von Homburg, German boxer and actor
Daniel Vosovic, American fashion designer Project Runway Season 2 runner-up

W

Tom Waddell, American athlete
Rufus Wainwright, Canadian singer
Alice Walker, American author, The Color Purple, bisexual
Rebecca Walker, American author, bisexual
Horace Walpole, British 4th Earl of Orford
Sophie Ward, British Film and Stage Actress
Andy Warhol, American artist and pop art icon
Patricia Nell Warren, American writer, Front Runner
Tony Warren, British scriptwriter (creator of Coronation Street)
John Waters, American film director (Pink Flamingos)
Sarah Waters, British author (Tipping the Velvet)
Edith Wharton, American novelist (The House of Mirth)
Aaron Webster, Canadian hate crime victim
Martin Webster, British neo-nazi
Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Thai experimental filmmaker (Mysterious Object At Noon, Blissfully Yours, Tropical Malady) and artist
Sumner Welles, American Under Secretary of State 1937-1943
John C. Wells, English phonetician
James E. West, American politician
Rosemary West, British serial killer
Guido Westerwelle, leader of the German political party FDP
James Whale, British film director
Diane Whipple, American victim in the Presa Canario dog mauling trial
Edmund White, American novelist (A Boy's Own Story)
Patrick White, Australian novelist and Nobel Prize winner(The Twyborn Affair)
Walt Whitman, American poet (Leaves of Grass)
Jane Wiedlin, American guitarist/singer for The Go-Go's, bisexual
Tracey Wigginton, Australian "lesbian vampire murderer"
Oscar Wilde, Irish playwright and bon vivant, imprisoned after conviction for "gross indecency" for homosexual behavior
Thornton Wilder, American playwright (Our Town) and novelist [2]
Kenneth Williams, British actor and diarist
Pete Williams, American journalist
Rozz Williams, American gothic music icon and musician, bisexual
Tennessee Williams, American playwright
Kevin Williamson, American screenwriter (Scream) and film director [3]
John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester, Anglo-Irish poet and rake, bisexual.
Ricky Wilson, guitarist, American new wave band The B-52's
Johann Joachim Winckelmann, German classical archaeologist and art historian
Paul Winfield, American actor
Jeanette Winterson, British author
Dale Winton, British television presenter
Michal Witkowski, Polish writer
Ludwig Wittgenstein, Austrian philosopher
Monique Wittig, French-born American academic
B.D. Wong, American actor
David Wojnarowicz, American artist
Alexander Wood, Canadian merchant and magistrate, "Founder of Gay Toronto"
Virginia Woolf, British author
Klaus Wowereit, German mayor of Berlin
Alice Wu, American filmmaker [citation needed]
Aileen Wuornos, American serial killer, bisexual [4]

X


Y

Kenji Yoshino, American legal scholar, author, and social activist. [5]
Will Young, British pop singer, winner of ITV's 2001 Pop Idol, and singer of the million-selling 2002 single "Anything Is Possible / Evergreen"

Z

Pedro Zamora, Cuban-American AIDS activist, The Real World participant
Franco Zeffirelli, Italian film and opera director [6]
Zhou Dan, Chinese lawyer and gay activist
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Очень хочется порекомендовать некоторым участникам дискуссии ознакомится с предметом оной дискуссии. Рекомендую труды З.Фрейда, после ознакомления с которыми станет очевидной несостоятельность чириканья гринговской ассоциации пед... психологов (и иже с ними). Квалифицировать инверсии (и перверзии - для тех, кто упорно приводит такие примеры) как результат исключительно физиологических факторов могут только дилетанты (если, конечно, это не хлопок на потребу публике). Касательно хулиганства в церкви - действующим законодательством не запрещено делать в церкви то, что можно делать в прочих общественных местах. Если затронуты религиозные чувства - отвечайте общественным порицанием (для всех "Донов Мочениго"). Насчет "не уследили родимые попы" - гм... ну что же, сорвалась очередная поповская пьянка. Что до процента инвертированных в Армении - он довольно-таки солидный, если опираться не на официальную статистику (обходящую данный вопрос), а на неофициальные данные. Кстати, он весьма высок в среде высокопоставленных чиновников, что дает обильную пищу для всяческих шуток и каламбуров - но это действительно так. Теперь - отрицать воздействие среды на процесс формирования половых влечений - просто безграмотно. Разумеется, поощрение (или просто "понимание" - ymbrnumov motenal) стимулирует увеличение количества инвертированных. Но это всего лишь один из факторов, и отнюдь не самый существенный.
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Говоря о "сомневающихся" я имел ввиду как раз этих самый инвертированных и их окончательное формирование под влиянием среды. Соотв. среда должна быть максимально агрессивна, чтобы этого не происходило. Может этот фактор и не самый существенный, но всё таки фактор и какой-то их процент повернёт обратно под его влиянием.

А всё таки интересно, если эти псевдоучёные из "ассоциаций" не считают гомосексуализм нарушениями, выходит это вообще что-то совершенно нормальное и естественное (по их мнению)?
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Топик перешел в очередное обсуждение вопросов гомосексуализма-правильно-неправильно....а ведь речь не об этом...речь о том,что два гомосексуалиста,не где-нибудь, а у нас ,в месте,исторически,религиозно и культурно считавшемся святым для армянского народа,"справили" свадьбу...обряда не было,но они ведь сами придумали своеобразный обряд...речь идет только об идее...идее святотатства...и еще мы возмущаемся,что уничтожаются хачкары в Нахичевани??? А это не уничтожение святыни?
Полностью согласен с Вами, dear Jezz...

Я не хотел высказываться тут, потому что не хочу быть ни в колонне призывающих уничтожить "голубых", ни в колонне тех, кто считает это "венчание" венцом демократии и победой прав человека,
но пост Jezz показал мне, о чем надо говорить, чтобы было в тему.

Церковь- зарегистрированная неправительственная организация
со своими правилами и взглядами на мораль, и у нее есть право
считать неприемлемым для себя то, что она сочтет нужным,
и среди прочего и отказ венчать в церкви сексменьшинства.
Хоть я и атеист, я считаю то, что сделали эти две мужчины
кощунством по отношению к церкви, это мелкое и злобное хулиганство, а не подвиг во имя прав человека...
Что бы вы сказали, если бы кто-то принес на кладбище таз,
и начал бы купаться у могилы? Я уверен, что все бы возмутились.
А оправдывать это тем, что другие грешники ( прелюбодеи, например)спокойно венчаются, то же самое, что и возмущаться арестом того,
кто украл 10 тысяч только потому что укравшие миллионы
не арестованы.

На этом заканчиваю свою пламенную тираду на броневике и ухожу,
так как уверен, что 90 процентов диспутантов захотят меня убить,
а 1 процент- подбросить в воздух с криками "ура!", а мне не хочется
ни того, ни другого...

PS Я заметил, что большинство тут спорят не с тем, ЧТО сказано,
а с тем, КТО сказал, а это всегда заканчивается дракой...
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Полностью согласен с Вами, dear Jezz...

Я не хотел высказываться тут, потому что не хочу быть ни в колонне призывающих уничтожить "голубых", ни в колонне тех, кто считает это "венчание" венцом демократии и победой прав человека,
но пост Jezz показал мне, о чем надо говорить, чтобы было в тему.

Церковь- зарегистрированная неправительственная организация
со своими правилами и взглядами на мораль, и у нее есть право
считать неприемлемым для себя то, что она сочтет нужным,
и среди прочего и отказ венчать в церкви сексменьшинства.
Хоть я и атеист, я считаю то, что сделали эти две мужчины
кощунством по отношению к церкви, это мелкое и злобное хулиганство, а не подвиг во имя прав человека...
Что бы вы сказали, если бы кто-то принес на кладбище таз,
и начал бы купаться у могилы? Я уверен, что все бы возмутились.
А оправдывать это тем, что другие грешники ( прелюбодеи, например)спокойно венчаются, то же самое, что и возмущаться арестом того,
кто украл 10 тысяч только потому что укравшие миллионы
не арестованы.

На этом заканчиваю свою пламенную тираду на броневике и ухожу,
так как уверен, что 90 процентов диспутантов захотят меня убить,
а 1 процент- подбросить в воздух с криками "ура!", а мне не хочется
ни того, ни другого...

PS Я заметил, что большинство тут спорят не с тем, ЧТО сказано,
а с тем, КТО сказал, а это всегда заканчивается дракой...
подбрасывать вас в воздух с криком "ура" я не в силах, я просто пожимаю вам руку
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Сизиф

Я только не понял почему это 90% должны вас убивать... по моему таких тут как раз единицы... "демократов"...

И ещё я не согласен степенью хулиганства. Если это "мелкое", то что же тогда крупное?
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Сизиф

Я только не понял почему это 90% должны вас убивать... по моему таких тут как раз единицы... "демократов"...
Говоря о 90 процентах я имел ввиду оба лагеря, ведь я против, как уже говорил, и призывающих убивать, и считающих это "венчание" подвигом.
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бред, один из них не верующий, не уважает понятие "семья" и просто проводят "обряд"?
мерзко
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Ya prochel vashi prededushchie posti i soglasen so mnogimi. No so sleduyushchim postom ne ochen soglasen:

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Рекомендую труды З.Фрейда, после ознакомления с которыми станет очевидной несостоятельность чириканья гринговской ассоциации пед... психологов (и иже с ними). Квалифицировать инверсии (и перверзии - для тех, кто упорно приводит такие примеры) как результат исключительно физиологических факторов могут только дилетанты (если, конечно, это не хлопок на потребу публике).
Ochen mnogie sovremennie psikhologi ne soglasni s mnogimi vivodami Z. Freida. Oni schitayut chto "Everything he (Freid)analyzed in one way or another related to sexuality, wich seemed to be an obsession of him."
American Psicological Association (http://www.apa.org/) eto sereznaya i lideruyushchaya organizatsiya. No oni tozhe ne schitayut chto eto iskklyuchitelno fiziologicheskoe yavlenie. Oni schitayut chto eto mix fiziologicheskikh, environmental i drugikh aspectov. No oni i vse drugie organizatsii psychologistov razvitikh stran schitayut chto eto ne bolezn.

Kstati, list chto kto-to opublikaval visshe to zhe pokazivaet chto eto ne bolezn ili eto normalno...
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и по повофу того, что их никто не остановил, а оми кому-то сообщили об этом, до "события"? Азазелка, прикинь, чтобы было в этом случае, они ни то, что не вошли бы, они не дошли бы до Эчмиадзина..
/то похоже на воровство - во Франции их шуганули куда подальше, они приехали сюда, как мама одного из них говорила - чтоб никто не узнал, зашли и вышли.. на фиг им церковь, если они не последователи ее религии??, наоборот, они ее нарушают, зачем же они зашли в церковь? что бы ПОТОМ об этом орать и хвастаться? это не смелость, это осквернение.. я не против никаких отношений, которые проходят с согласия всех участников, но тут - другое
противно
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Нельзя бороться за свое, опошляя ЧУЖОЕ, как же вам еще объяснить!!!
в точку
они опошлили церковь и религию
а оппоненты подобного что опошляют? это как в Америке вор подал в суд на хозаина дома, который ограбил, за то,что в доме ему был нанесен какой-то вред (ну там собака покусала или он споткнулся упал, не помню уже)
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Нельзя бороться за свое, опошляя ЧУЖОЕ, как же вам еще объяснить!!!
Delo v tom chto kak ya ponimayu oni veruyushchie i navernyako shchitayut chto pered bogom vse imeyut ravnie pravo. Poluchaetstya chto tserkov (echmiadzin) kuda oni poshli ne ЧУЖОЕ dlya nikh, a свое (bolor hayeri hamar)...
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щас буду уже ... злиться ...

КАКОЙ НАФИГ ВЕРУЮЩИЕ??? ГЕ***Р@ КАКОЙ ВЕРУЮЩИЕ???? аря мек нервайнацни ели ...
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freearmenia
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КАКОЙ НАФИГ ВЕРУЮЩИЕ??? ГЕ***Р@ КАКОЙ ВЕРУЮЩИЕ???? аря мек нервайнацни ели ...
Nervaynanalu karik chka (chnayats ko gortsn a). Ashkharum kan voch miayn havatatsyal homosexualner, bayts naev homosexual - kahananer, voronk ekeghetsinerum pashtonner en gravum.
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Говоря о 90 процентах я имел ввиду оба лагеря, ведь я против, как уже говорил, и призывающих убивать, и считающих это "венчание" подвигом.
Ясно, но всё равно не буду Вас убивать! Моё мнение - всего лишь моё мнение.
На самом деле в моём отношении к пидорам больше жалости, чем неприязни. Если я узнаю о ком-то, что он тайный гомик, никакой неприязни я ему выказывать не буду. Более того, если я общался с ним до сих пор, буду продолжать общаться. Другое дело, если он пытается это демонстрировать или, ещё хуже, бравировать. Вот тогда - мочить!
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