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The historical concept and definition of sexual orientation varies and has changed greatly over time; for example the word "gay" was not 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.

Sd-Si

Writer and poet Vikram Seth
Poet and actor Tommaso Sgricci
Writer, public speaker, and women's rights activist Elif Shafak
Musician Jake Shears
Model and actor Jenny Shimizu
Singer and songwriter Sia
Former Icelandic Prime Minister Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir
Statistician Nate Silver
Name Lifetime[5] Nationality Notable as Notes[6]
Daniela Sea b. 1977 American Filmmaker, actor, musician B[7]
Jason Sechrest b. 1979 American Writer, actor G[8]
David Secter b. 1979 Canadian Film director G[9]
David Sedaris b. 1956 American Writer, radio personality G[10]
Walter Sedlmayr 1926-1990 German Actor G[11]
Pierre Seel 1923-2005 French WWII concentration camp survivor, writer G[12]
Caroline Seger b. 1985 Swedish Footballer L[13]
Guenter Seidel b. 1960 American Equestrian G[14]
Sonia Sekula 1918-1963 Swiss Painter L[15]
Andrzej Selerowicz b. 1948 Polish LGBT activist, writer, translator G[16]
Jeffery Self b. 1987 American Actor G[17]
Stephanie Sellars b. ?[5] American Writer, actor B[18]
Shyam Selvadurai b. 1965 Sri Lankan-Canadian Writer G[19]
Caster Semenya b. 1991 South African Middle-distance runner L[20]
Maurice Sendak 1928-2012 American Author, illustrator G[21]
Seo Dong-jin b. ? South Korean Sociologist, cultural critic G[22]
Julia Serano b. ?[5] American Writer, spoken word performer L[23]
Marija ?erifovi? b. 1984 Serbian Pop singer L[24]
António Serzedelo b. 1945 Portuguese Human rights activist, radio broadcaster, actor, scholar G[25]
John Sessions b. 1953 Scottish Actor G[26]
Kevin Sessums b. 1956 American Writer G[27]
Vikram Seth b. 1952 Indian Poet, writer G[28]
Luigi Settembrini 1813-1877 Italian Writer, nationalist G[29]
Wolfram Setz b. 1941 German Historian, editor, translator, essayist G[30]
Pascal Sevran 1945-2008 French Author, TV presenter, singer G[31]
Tommy Sexton 1957-1993 Canadian Comedian, actor G[32]
Tommaso Sgricci 1789-1836 Italian Poet, actor G[33]
Glenn Shadix 1952-2010 American Actor G[34]
Elif Shafak b. 1971 Turkish-British Novelist, essayist, academic, public speaker, women's rights activist B[35]
Dirk Shafer b. 1962 American Model, actor G[36]
Peter Shaffer 1926-2016 English Playwright G[37]
Ramses Shaffy 1933-2009 Dutch Singer, actor B[38]
Shah Hussain 1538-1599 Indian-Pakistani Poet G[39]
Shahin Shahablou 1964-2020 Iranian Photographer G[40]
Marc Shaiman b. 1959 American Composer, lyricist G[41]
Jimmy Sham b. 1987 Hong Kong Political and LGBT rights activist G[42]
Otep Shamaya b. 1979 American Rock musician (Otep) L[43]
Miss Shangay Lily 1963-2016 Spanish Activist, drag queen G[44]
Adam Shankman b. 1964 American Film director G[45]
Charles Haslewood Shannon 1865-1937 English Artist G[46]
Lori Shannon 1938-1984 American Actor L[47]
Eric Shanower b. 1963 American Comics artist, writer G[48]
Michael Shaowanasai b. 1964 Thai Artist, actor G[49]
Ari Shapiro b. 1978 American Radio broadcaster G[50]
Irene Sharaff 1910-1993 American Costume designer L[51]
Omar Sharif Jr. b. 1983 Egyptian-Canadian Actor, model, activist G[52]
Kevin Sharkey b. 1960 Irish Artist, activist B[53]
Parvez Sharma b. ?[5] Indian-American Film director G[54]
Maia Sharp b. ?[5] American Singer-songwriter L[55]
Penny Sharpe b. 1970 Australian Politician L[56]
Aiden Shaw b. 1966 English Pornographic actor, writer G[57]
Brian Shaw 1928-1992 English Ballet dancer, teacher G[58]
Fiona Shaw b. 1955 Irish Actor L[59]
Raqib Shaw b. 1974 Indian-English Artist G[60]
Robert Gould Shaw III 1898-1970 English Socialite G[61]
Alia Shawkat b. 1989 American Actor B[62]
Linda Shear b. 1948 American Rock musician, activist L[63]
Jake Shears b. 1978 American Rock/pop musician, singer-songwriter (Scissor Sisters) G[64]
Jeremy Sheffield b. 1966 English Actor G[65]
Bradford Shellhammer b. 1976 American Entrepreneur, designer G[66]
Dominic Shellard b. 1966 English Academic administrator, theatre historian G[67]
George Shelley b. 1993 English Radio presenter, actor, singer-songwriter (former Union J member) B[68]
Pete Shelley 1955-2018 English Rock musician (Buzzcocks) B[69]
Lynn Shelton 1965-2020 American Filmmaker B[70]
Jeff Sheng b. 1980 American Photographer G[71]
Matthew Shepard 1976-1998 American Murder victim G[72]
Simon Sheppard b. ?[5] American Writer G[73]
Antony Sher b. 1949 English Actor G[59]
Amrita Sher-Gil 1913-1941 Hungarian-Indian Painter B[74]
David Sherlock b. ?[5] English Writer G[75]
Delia Sherman b. 1951 American Writer L[76]
Martin Sherman b. 1939 American Playwright, director G[77]
Michael Shernoff 1951-2008 American Specialist in the mental health concerns of gay men G[78]
Ned Sherrin 1931-2007 English TV and radio personality G[79]
Shi Pei Pu 1938-2009 Chinese Opera singer, spy, inspired the play M. Butterfly G[80]
Randy Shilts 1951-1994 American Journalist, writer, AIDS activist G[81]
Meleana Shim b. 1991 American Soccer player L[82]
Jenny Shimizu b. 1967 American Model, actor L[83]
Sab Shimono b. 1937 American Actor G[84]
Itzik Shmuli b. 1980 Israeli Politician G[85]
Alireza Shojaian b. 1988 Iranian Painter G[86]
Del Shores b. 1957 American Writer, director, actor G[87]
Hassard Short 1877-1956 English-American Theatre director G[88]
Shunda K b. 1980 American Rapper (Yo Majesty) L[89]
Nerina Shute 1908-2004 English Writer, journalist B[90]
Sia b. 1975 Australian Pop singer B[91]
Choire Sicha b. 1971 American Writer, blogger G[92]
Bastian Sick b. 1965 German Journalist, author, linguist G[93]
Janis Sidovský b. 1968 Czech TV producer, manager G[94]
Christopher Sieber b. 1969 American Actor G[95]
Kate Siegel b. 1982 American Actress, screenwriter B[96]
Bianca Sierra b. 1992 Mexican Footballer L[97]
Eva Siewert 1907-1994 German Journalist, writer, radio announcer, opera singer L[98]
Labi Siffre b. 1945 English Poet, songwriter, singer G[99]
Michelangelo Signorile b. 1960 American Writer, LGBT rights activist G[100]
Alfonso Signorini b. 1964 Italian TV and radio presenter, journalist, magazine editor G[101]
Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir b. 1942 Icelandic Politician, first openly gay/lesbian Prime Minister in the world L[102]
Richard Siken b. 1967 American Writer, poet G[103]
Ed Sikov b. 1957 American Writer G[104]
Bill Siksay b. 1955 Canadian Politician G[105]
Ayman Sikseck b. 1984 Israeli-Arab Author, literary critic, journalist G[106]
Steve Silberman b. ?[5] American Writer G[107]
Judee Sill 1944-1979 American Singer-songwriter B[108]
Jari Sillanpää b. 1966 Finnish Pop singer G[109]
ire'ne lara silva b. ?[5] American Poet, writer L[110]
Mario Silva b. 1966 Canadian Politician G[111]
Rafaela Silva b. 1992 Brazilian Judoka L[112]
Sebastián Silva b. 1979 Chilean Film director G[113]
Lucas Silveira b. 1979 Canadian Rock musician (The Cliks) G[114]
Mikko Silvennoinen b. 1975 Finnish TV presenter, producer, editor G[115]
Nate Silver b. 1978 American Statistician, writer G[116]
Adam Silvera b. 1990 American Writer G[117]
Makeda Silvera b. 1955 Jamaican-Canadian Writer G[118]
Charles Silverstein b. 1935 American Writer G[104]
Edith Simcox 1844-1901 English Writer L[119]
Eudy Simelane 1977-2008 South African Footballer, LGBT rights activist, hate crime murder victim L[120]
Mima Simi? b. 1976 Croatian Writer, film critic, translator, LGBT activist L[121]
Justin Simien b. 1983 American Film director, screenwriter G[122]
Joel Simkhai b. circa 1979 Israeli-American CEO and founder of geosocial networking and dating apps Grindr and Blendr G[123]
E. Denise Simmons b. ? American Politician L[124]
Jaason Simmons b. 1970 American Actor G[125]
Julian Simmons b. 1952 Irish TV presenter G[126]
Roy Simmons b. 1956 American American football player G[127]
Ana María Simo b. ?[5] American Playwright, essayist, novelist L[128]
Joshua Simon b. 1990 Singaporean Radio presenter G[129]
Meagan Simonaire b. 1990 American Politician B[130]
António Simões b. 1975 Portuguese Banking executive G[131]
Nicholas Simons b. ?[5] Canadian Politician G[132]
Mark Simpson b. ?[5] British Journalist, writer, and broadcaster G[133]
Marnie Simpson b. ?[5] American Reality TV personality B[134]
Brian Sims b. 1978 American Politician; 1st openly gay elected state legislator in Pennsylvania's history G[135]
Mary-Woo Sims b. ?[5] Canadian Politician, activist L[136]
Reynhard Sinaga b. 1983 Indonesian Convicted serial rapist G[137]
H. A. Sinclair de Rochemont 1901-1942 Dutch Fascist, Nazi collaborator G[138]
Nikki Sinclaire b. 1968 English Politician L[139]
Kyrsten Sinema b. 1976 American Politician B[140]
Alan Sinfield 1941-2017 English Professor, literary critic G[141]
Bryan Singer b. 1965 American Film director B[142][143]
Gary Singer b. ?[5] Australian Politician G[144]
Winnaretta Singer 1865-1943 American Patron L[145]
Lilly Singh b. 1988 Canadian Comedian and YouTube personality B[146]
Ranj Singh b. 1979 British Doctor, TV presenter, author G[147]
Paul Sinha b. 1970 English GP, Comedian, Broadcaster Quiz player G[148]
Hella von Sinnen b. 1959 German Comedian L[149]
Hamed Sinno b. 1988 Lebanese Rock singer, musician (Mashrou' Leila) G[150]
Renée Sintenis 1888-1965 German Sculptor and Olympic art medalist L[151]
Oliver Sipple 1941-1989 American Military veteran G[152]
Clara Sipprell 1885-1975 Canadian Photographer L[153]
Ramchandra Siras 1948-2010 Indian Author, linguist, professor G[154]
Christian Siriano b. 1985 American Fashion designer, reality TV personality G[155]
Osbert Sitwell 1892-1969 English Wrtier G[156]
Troye Sivan b. 1995 Australian YouTube personality, singer, songwriter G[157]
Siya b. 1987 American Rapper L[158]


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