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The historical concept and definition of sexual orientation varies and has changed greatly over time; for example the word "gay" wasn't used to describe sexual orientation until the mid 20th century. A number of different classification schemes have been used to describe sexual orientation since the mid-19th century, and scholars have often defined the term "sexual orientation" in divergent ways. Indeed, several studies have found that much of the research about sexual orientation has failed to define the term at all, making it difficult to reconcile the results of different studies.[1][2][3] However, most definitions include a psychological component (such as the direction of an individual's erotic desire) and/or a behavioural component (which focuses on the sex of the individual's sexual partner/s). Some prefer to simply follow an individual's self-definition or identity.

The high prevalence of people from the West on this list may be due to societal attitudes towards homosexuality. The Pew Research Center's 2013 Global Attitudes Survey found that there is "greater acceptance in more secular and affluent countries," with "publics in 39 countries [having] broad acceptance of homosexuality in North America, the European Union, and much of Latin America, but equally widespread rejection in predominantly Muslim nations and in Africa, as well as in parts of Asia and in Russia. Opinion about the acceptability of homosexuality is divided in Israel, Poland and Bolivia."[4] As of 2013, Americans are divided - a majority (60 percent) believes homosexuality should be accepted, while 33 percent disagree.[4]

This is a partial list of confirmed famous people who were or are gay, lesbian or bisexual. Famous people who are simply rumored to be gay, lesbian, or bisexual are not listed.

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Singer-songwriter and instrumentalist Sandra de Sá
Neurologist, naturalist and author Oliver Sacks
Poet, anarchist and feminist Lucía Sánchez Saornil
Poet Sappho
Poet, writer and soldier Siegfried Sassoon
Writer Dan Savage
Photographer, writer and journalist Annemarie Schwarzenbach
Director and screenwriter Céline Sciamma
Name Lifetime[5] Nationality Notable as Notes[6]
Luiza Sá b. 1983 Brazilian Rock musician (Cansei de Ser Sexy) L[7]
Sandra de Sá b. 1955 Brazilian Singer-songwriter, musician B[8]
Alfian Sa'at b. 1977 Singaporean Writer G[9]
Jorge Saavedra b. ?[5] Mexican AIDS activist G[10]
Jerónimo Saavedra Acevedo b. 1936 Canarian-Spanish Politician G[11]
Steven Sabados b. ?[5] Canadian Interior designer, talk show host G[12]
Diane Sabin b. 1952 American LGBT rights activist L[13]
Maher Sabry b. 1967 Egyptian Theatre director, playwright, film director, poet G[14]
Maurice Sachs 1906-1945 French Writer G[15]
Oliver Sacks 1933-2015 English Neurologist G[16]
Vita Sackville-West 1892-1962 English Writer L[17]
Marquis de Sade 1740-1814 French Writer, philosopher B[18]
Douglas Sadownick b. ?[5] American Writer G[19]
Witold Sadowy b. 1920 Polish Actor G[20]
Benjamin Alire Sáenz b. 1954 American Writer G[21]
Jaime Sáenz 1921-1986 Bolivian Writer B[22]
Françoise Sagan 1935-2004 French Playwright, novelist, screenwriter L[23]
Leontine Sagan 1889-1974 Austrian Actor, theater director L[24]
François Sagat b. 1979 French Pornographic actor G[25]
Sinn Sage b. 1983 American Pornographic actor B[26]
Ed Sahely b. 1969 Canadian Actor, comedian G[27]
Anwesh Sahoo b. 1995 Indian Writer, model, LGBT activist G[28]
Assotto Saint 1957-1994 Haitian-American Poet, publisher, performance artist G[29]
James St. James b. 1966 American Club Kid, author G[30]
Yves Saint Laurent 1936-2008 French Fashion designer G[31]
Pirkko Saisio b. 1949 Finnish Author, actor, filmmaker L[32]
Sakima b. ?[5] English Singer G[33]
Steve Salbu b. ?[5] American Academic administrator G[34]
Ali Saleem b. 1979 Pakistani TV personality B[35]
El Hedi ben Salem 1935-1977 Moroccan Actor B[36]
Emily Saliers b. 1963 American Folk-rock musician (Indigo Girls) L[37]
Ola Salo b. 1977 Swedish Rock musician (The Ark) B[38]
Jacopo Saltarelli 1459-? Italian Model, prostitute G[39]
Mark Saltzman b. ?[5] American Dramatist, screenwriter G[40]
Victor Salva b. 1958 American Film director G[41]
Pablo Salvador b. ?[5] Panamanian-Chilean Gay activist and blogger G[42]
Ève Salvail b. 1971 Canadian Model L[43]
Josef Salvat b. 1987 Australian Singer-songwriter B[44]
Chris Salvatore b. 1985 American Actor, singer-songwriter, model, gay-rights activist G[45]
Manfred Salzgeber 1943-1994 German Actor, film producer G[46]
Michael Sam b. 1990 American Football player G[47]
Mangala Samaraweera b. 1956 Sri Lankan Politician G[48]
Ryan Sampson b. 1988 English Actor G[49]
JD Samson b. 1978 American Musician (Le Tigre, MEN), producer, DJ L[50]
Pierre Samson b. 1959 Canadian Writer G[51]
Alex Sánchez b. 1957 Mexican-American Writer G[52]
Matt Sanchez b. 1970 American Writer, journalist G[53]
Susi Sánchez b. 1955 Spanish Actress L[54]
David Sánchez Camacho b. 1963 Mexican Politician G[55]
Lucía Sánchez Saornil 1895-1970 Spanish Poet, militant anarchist, feminist L[56]
Jon Ola Sand b. 1961 Norwegian TV executive G[57]
Alek Sandar b. 1987 Bulgarian Pop singer G[58]
Sue Sanders b. 1947 English Activist L[59]
Lianne Sanderson b. 1988 English Footballer L[60]
Terry Sanderson b. 1946 English Writer, secularist, activist G[61]
Emanuel Sandhu b. 1980 Canadian Figure skater G[62]
Ramon Sandin b. 1970 Puerto Rican Diver, actor G[63]
Barry Sandler b. 1947 American Filmmaker G[64]
Luis Sandoval b. 1980 Mexican Reporter, actor, entertainer G[65]
Robert J. Sandoval 1950-2006 American Judge G[66]
Helen Sandoz 1920-1987 American Activist, writer L[67]
Diane Sands b. 1947 American Politician L[68]
Ethel Sands 1873-1962 American-British Artist, hostess L[69]
Michael Sandy 1977-2006 American Murder victim G[70]
Barbaros ?ansal b. 1957 Turkish Fashion designer, human rights activist G[71]
Mathilde Santing b. 1958 Dutch Singer L[72]
Ary dos Santos 1937-1984 Portuguese Poet G[73]
Michael dos Santos b. 1983 Brazilian Volleyball player G[74]
Nick Santos b. 1979 Filipino-American Actor G[75]
Sapphire b. 1950 American Writer, performance artist L[76]
Sappho 630-570ca. 630-570 BCE Greek Poet L[77]
Severo Sarduy 1937-1993 Cuban Poet, author, playwright, literary and art critic G[78]
Dick Sargent 1930-1994 American Actor G[79]
Frank Sargeson 1903-1982 New Zealand Writer G[80]
Kaarlo Sarkia 1902-1945 Finnish Poet, translator G[81]
Elizabeth Sarnoff b. ?[5] American Screenwriter L[82]
José Sarria 1922-2013 American Performer; US's 1st openly gay public office candidate G[83]
May Sarton 1912-1995 Belgian-American Writer L[84]
Sean Sasser 1968-2013 American Educator, chef, TV personality G[85]
Siegfried Sassoon 1886-1967 English Writer G[86]
Kathleen Satchwell b. ?[5] South African Judge L[87]
Tully Satre b. 1989 American Student, LGBT rights activist G[88]
Amy Satterthwaite b. 1986 New Zealand Cricketer L[89]
Rakesh Satyal b. ?[5] American Writer G[90]
John Saul b. 1942 American Writer G[91]
Dan Savage b. 1964 American Columnist G[92]
Jon Savage b. 1953 English Writer G[93]
Savannah 1970-1994 American Pornographic actor B[94]
Ed Savitz 1942-1993 American Criminal G[95]
Matthew Savoie b. 1980 American Attorney, figure skater G[96]
Marjan Sax b. 1947 Dutch Feminist activist L[97]
Lorne Saxberg 1958-2006 Canadian Journalist G[98]
Steven Saylor b. 1956 American Writer G[99]
Arnold Scaasi b. 1931 Canadian Fashion designer G[100]
John Scagliotti b. ?[5] American Film director G[101]
Ivan Scalfarotto b. 1965 Italian Politician, LGBT activist G[102]
Dick Scanlan b. 1961 American Writer G[103]
Glenn Scarpelli b. 1966 American Actor G[104]
Francesco Scavullo 1921-2004 American Photographer G[105]
Sue Schafer b. ?[5] American Politician L[106]
Harald Scharff 1836-1912 Danish Ballet dancer G[107]
Toer van Schayk b. 1936 Dutch Ballet dancer, choreographer, designer, artist G[108]
Will Scheffer b. ?[5] American Screenwriter, TV producer G[109]
Kate Schellenbach b. 1966 American Rock musician (Luscious Jackson), TV producer L[110]
Patty Schemel b. 1967 American Rock musician (Hole) L[111]
Christian Scheuß b. 1966 German Writer G[112]
Tine Scheuer-Larsen b. 1966 Danish Tennis player L[113]
Gerhard Schick b. 1972 German Politician G[114]
Dieter Schidor 1948-1987 German Actor G[115]
Taylor Schilling b. 1984 American Actor B[116]
Allen R. Schindler Jr. 1969-1992 American Sailor, murder victim G[117]
Thomas Schippers 1930-1977 American Composer, conductor G[118]
Käthe Schirmacher 1865-1930 German Politician, women's rights activist, writer, journalist L[119]
Christina Schlesinger b. 1946 American Painter L[120]
John Schlesinger 1926-2003 English Film director G[121]
Tobias Schneebaum 1922-2005 American Artist G[122]
Etienne Schneider b. 1971 Luxembourgish Deputy Prime Minister of Luxembourg G[123]
Fred Schneider b. 1951 American Rock musician (The B-52's) G[124]
Maria Schneider 1952-2011 French Actor B[125]
Sascha Schneider 1870-1927 German Painter, sculptor G[126]
Phillip Schofield b. 1962 English TV presenter G[127]
Aaron Schock b. 1981 American Politician G[128]
Axel Schock b. 1965 German Journalist, author G[129]
Claudia Schoppmann b. 1958 German Historian, writer L[130]
Collier Schorr b. 1963 American Photographer L[131]
Rand Schrader 1945-1993 American Activist and judge G[132]
Ariel Schrag b. 1979 American Cartoonist L[133]
Felice Schragenheim 1922-1944 German WWII resistance fighter L[134]
Ed Schrock b. 1941 American Politician G[135]
Werner Schroeter b. 1945 German Film director G[136]
Jochen Schropp b. 1978 German Actor, TV presenter G[137]
Daniel Schuhmacher b. 1987 German Pop singer-songwriter G[138]
Sarah Schulman b. 1958 American Writer, activist L[139]
Joel Schumacher 1939-2020 American Filmmaker G[140][141]
Eugenie Schumann 1851-1938 German Pianist, author L[142]
Megan Schutt b. 1993 Australian Cricketer L[143]
James Schuyler 1923-1991 American Poet G[144]
Maximilian von Schwartzkoppen 1850-1917 Prussian Military officer G[145]
Jaecki Schwarz b. 1946 German Actor G[146]
Annemarie Schwarzenbach 1908-1942 Swiss Photographer L[147]
Klaus Schwarzkopf 1922-1991 German Actor G[148]
Jean Baptista von Schweitzer 1833-1875 German Politician, playwright G[149]
Benji Schwimmer b. 1984 American Dancer, choreographer G[150]
Scialpi b. 1962 Italian Pop singer G[151]
Céline Sciamma b. 1978 French Director, screenwriter L[152]
Carl Sciortino b. 1978[5] American Politician G[153]
Sandra Scoppettone b. 1936 American Writer L[154]
Ernesto Scorsone b. 1952 American Politician G[155]
Andrew Scott b. 1976 Irish Actor G[156]
Ann Scott b. 1965 French Writer B[157]
Calum Scott b. 1988 English Singer-songwriter G[158]
Craig Scott b. 1962 Canadian Politician G[159]
Dale Scott b. 1959 American Baseball umpire G[160]
Daniel Scott b. ?[5] Australian Actor G[161]
Daniel Scott b. 1963 American Writer G[162]
Hillary Scott b. 1983 American Pornographic actor B[163]
Ian Scott 1934-2006 Canadian Attorney General of Ontario G[164]
John Maurice Scott 1934-2006 Fijian Red Cross Director, murder victim G[165]
Melissa Scott b. 1960 American Writer L[166]
Patrick Scott 1921-2014 Irish Artist G[167]
C. K. Scott Moncrieff 1889-1930 Scottish Writer, translator G[168]
James Scully b. 1992 American Actor G[169]


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