Celebrities: Famous & Out
They're popular or known for something other than their orientation, but they
have no problem letting people know that they are gay, lesbian or bisexual.
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She created controversy by becoming the first pro player to openly discuss
her lesbian identity since Martina Navratilova. Her official site includes
bio info, news, and a fan club. It's available both in French and in English.
Baseball is one of the most difficult sports in which to be gay.
The players live together on the road and, well, it's not easy. You know
the "jock" culture.
From Salon, "Former U.S. figure skating champion Rudy
Galindo talks about the Salt Lake Olympics, the sport's effeminate image and the
reactions to his coming out. And no, they're not."
Billie Jean King
Neither her WIC bio or
Sports Legends Online" mention it, but yes, she's a
lesbian. Her official site, linked above, is still under construction at
The Olympic Diver's official site.
U.S. Olympic Diver from the 2000 Games in Sydney.
She plays professional women's football, and upset the league when she
came out. Puh-leaze!.
Rather puts "Ugly Duckling" in a new perspective, eh?
One of the most well-known contemporary writers of
An incredible woman, and her life with Alice B. Toklas is well
It would be poor taste to miss the site for "Oscarina" and a
look at the "Life and Times of Oscar Wilde."
Panozzo - Musician
Bassist for Styx (albums include "Grand Illusion" and "Pieces of
Eight") comes out and becomes a spokesperson for HRC's National Coming Out
Spam scion and controversial (only because "they" made it so)
Clinton nomination for U.S. Ambassador to Luxembourg.
If you haven't experienced the joy of Sondheim get thee to a music store
NOW. Seriously. How could you not?
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