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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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Blues singer Bessie Smith
Author and poet Pablo Soler Frost
Singer and actress Suzy Solidor
Pop singer Jimmy Somerville
Software engineer Joel Spolsky
Poet and writer Eric Stenbock
Musician Michael Stipe
Jazz composer Billy Strayhorn
Volleyball player Marianne Steinbrecher
Figure skater Fumie Suguri
Mycologist, activist, author and songwriter Richard Summerbell
Mathematician and author Manil Suri
Basketball player Sheryl Swoopes
Stand-up comedian Wanda Sykes
Painter and writer Mai-Mai Sze
Name Lifetime[5] Nationality Notable as Notes[6]
Harel Skaat b. 1981 Israeli Pop singer G[7]
Gro Skartveit b. 1965 Norwegian Politician L[8]
Stephen Skinner b. ?[5] American Politician G[9]
Blake Skjellerup b. 1985 New Zealand Short track speed skater G[10]
Vibeke Skofterud 1980-2018 Norwegian Cross-country skier L[11]
Katarzyna Skorupa b. 1984 Polish Volleyball player L[12]
Rikke Skov b. 1980 Danish Handball player L[13]
Gustáv Slame?ka b. 1959 Czech-Slovak Politician G[14]
Herman Slater 1935-1992 American Wiccan high priest, occult-bookstore proprietor, editor, publisher, author G[15]
Tony Slattery b. 1959 English Actor, comedian G[16]
Jonathan Slavin b. 1969 American Actor G[17]
Slayyyter b. 1996 American Singer, songwriter B[18]
Karla ?lechtová b. 1977 Czech Politician L[19]
William Sledd b. 1983 American Internet personality G[20]
Wayne Sleep b. 1948 English Dancer, choreographer, actor G[21]
Haaz Sleiman b. 1976 Lebanese-American Actor G[22][23]
Eric Smaling b. 1957 Dutch Politician, agronomist G[24]
Alexander Smallens 1889-1972 Russian-American Conductor, music director G[25]
Jeffrey Smart 1921-2013 Australian Artist G[26]
Pascal Smet b. 1967 Belgian Politician G[27]
John Smid b. ?[5] American Former minister and director of Love In Action, a conversion-therapy group G[28]
Krzysztof ?miszek b. 1979 Polish Lawyer, politician G[29]
Anna Nicole Smith 1967-2007 American Model B[30]
Barbara Smith b. 1946 American Lesbian feminist, writer L[31]
Bessie Smith 1892-1937 American Blues singer, musician B[32]
Brian J. Smith b. 1981 American Actor G[33]
Chris Smith, Baron Smith of Finsbury b. 1951 English Politician G[30]
Coral Smith b. 1979 American Actor L[34]
Cory Michael Smith b. 1986 American Actor G[35][36]
Debbie Smith b. ?[5] English Rock musician (Curve, Echobelly, Nightnurse) L[37]
Graham David Smith b. 1937 American Artist, writer G[38]
Gregory White Smith 1951-2014 American Biographer G[39]
Iain Smith b. 1960 Scottish Politician G[40]
Jack Smith 1932-1989 American Film director, actor G[41]
Jerry Smith 1943-1987 American Football player G[42]
Justice Smith b. 1995 American Actor G[43]
Lillian Smith 1897-1966 American Author L[44]
Liz Smith 1923-2017 American Gossip columnist B[45]
Margaret Smith b. 1961 Scottish Politician L[46]
Mary Rozet Smith 1868-1934 American Philanthropist L[47]
Michael V. Smith b. ?[5] Canadian Writer, filmmaker G[48]
Neil Smith b. ?[5] Canadian Writer G[49]
Sam Smith b. 1992 English Singer G[50]
Shepard Smith b. 1964 American TV news anchor G[51]
Tammy Smith b. 1963 American U.S. Army Officer L[52]
Tucker Smith 1936-1988 American Actor, dancer, singer G[53]
Warren Allen Smith 1921-2017 American LGBT rights activist, writer G[54]
Willi Smith 1948-1987 American Fashion designer G[55]
Willow Smith b. 2000 American Singer, songwriter, actor, dancer B[56]
George Smitherman b. 1963 Canadian Politician G[57]
Benjamin Smoke 1960-1999 American Musician G[58]
Jussie Smollett b. 1982 American Actor, singer and photographer G[59]
Pamela Sneed b. ?[5] American Poet, artist L[60]
Jack Snow 1907-1956 American Science fiction, fantasy, horror writer G[61]
Joan Snyder b. 1940 American Painter B[62]
Stephen Snyder-Hill b. 1970 American Soldier, activist G[63]
Antoni Soba?ski 1898-1941 Polish Journalist, writer G[64]
Richard Socarides b. 1954 American Politician, businessman G[65]
Socrates 470-399 BC Athenian-Greek Philosopher G[66]
Soenghyang b. 1948 American Zen master L[67][68]
Harriet Sohmers Zwerling 1928-2019 American Writer B[69]
Valerie Solanas 1936-1988 American Radical feminist, writer, attempted to kill artist Andy Warhol L[70]
Kamal Al-Solaylee b. 1964 Yemeni-Canadian Journalist, writer G[71]
Pablo Soler Frost b. 1965 Mexican Writer G[72]
Suzy Solidor 1900-1983 French Singer, actor L[73]
Joe Solmonese b. 1965 American LGBT rights activist G[74]
Andrew Solomon b. 1963 American Writer G[75]
Simeon Solomon 1840-1905 English Painter G[76]
Jill Soloway b. 1965 American TV creator, showrunner, director, writer B[77]
Alex Somers b. 1984 American Producer, artist, musician (Jónsi & Alex) G[78]
Lord Henry Arthur George Somerset 1851-1926 English Aristocrat G[79]
Jason Somerville b. 1987 American Poker player G[80]
Jimmy Somerville b. 1961 Scottish Pop musician G[81]
Konstantin Somov 1869-1939 Russian Illustrator, painter G[82]
Stephen Sondheim b. 1930 American Musical theater and film composer G[83]
Wim Sonneveld 1917-1974 Dutch Cabaret performer G[84]
Susan Sontag 1933-2004 American Writer L[85]
Kaikhosru Shapurji Sorabji 1892-1988 English Composer, music critic, pianist, writer G[86]
Gab Sorère 1870-1961 French Art promoter, set designer, filmmaker, choreographer L[87]
Martin Sorrondeguy b. 1967 American Punk rock musician (Los Crudos, Limp Wrist), filmmaker G[88]
Sergey Sosedov b. 1968 Russian Journalist, music critic, TV personality G[89]
Jock Soto b. 1965 American Ballet dancer G[90]
Diana Souhami b. 1940 English Writer L[91]
Azariah Southworth b. 1987 American Christian TV host G[92]
Felipa de Souza 1556-1600 Brazilian Victim of Catholic Inquisition, LGBT symbol L[93]
Laís Souza b. 1988 Brazilian Gymnast, skier L[94]
Katie Sowers b. 1986 American First openly gay NFL coach L[95]
Kevin Spacey b. 1959 American Actor G[96]
Robert Spagnoletti b. ?[5] American Attorney General, lawyer G[97]
Jens Spahn b. 1980 German Politician G[98]
Douglas Spain b. 1974 American Actor, director, producer G[99]
Nancy Spain 1917-1964 English Journalist, broadcaster L[100]
Anna Span b. 1971 English Pornographic director B[101][102]
Sam Sparro b. 1982 Australian Pop singer, songwriter, producer G[103]
Allan Spear 1937-2008 American Politician G[104]
Doug Spearman b. 1962 American Actor G[105]
Pat Spearman b. 1955 American Politician, cleric, veteran L[106]
Wieland Speck b. 1951 German Film director G[107]
Cheryl Spector 1958-2007 American LGBT rights activist L[108]
Darren Spedale b. ?[5] American Businessman; founder of StartOut and FamilyByDesign G[109]
Colin Spencer b. 1933 English Writer, journalist, broadcaster G[110]
Tom Spencer b. 1948 English Politician G[111]
Muffin Spencer-Devlin b. 1954 American Golfer L[112]
Stephen Spender 1909-1995 English Writer G[113]
Andrea Sperling b. 1968/69[5] American Film producer L[114]
Jack Spicer 1925-1965 American Poet G[115]
Stephen Spinella b. 1956 American Actor G[116]
Kevin Spirtas b. 1962 American Actor G[117]
Sherida Spitse b. 1990 Dutch Footballer L[118]
Adele Spitzeder 1832-1895 German Actress, folk singer, con artist L[119]
Edward Spofford 1931-2014 American Professor G[120]
Mariasilvia Spolato 1935-2018 Italian LGBT rights activist, magazine publisher, editor L[121]
Joel Spolsky b. 1965 American Software engineer, writer G[122]
Casey Spooner b. 1970 American Pop musician (Fischerspooner) G[123]
Lucy Spraggan b. 1991 English Singer-songwriter L[124]
William Spratling 1900-1967 American-Mexican Silversmith, artist G[125]
Lorrie Sprecher b. 1960 American Writer, rock musician L[126]
Dusty Springfield 1939-1999 English Pop musician B[127]
Annie Sprinkle b. 1954 American Pornographic actor, writer, performance artist B[128]
Maud Hunt Squire 1873-1954 American Painter, printmaker L[129]
Ron Squires 1951-1993 American Politician G[130]
Dragoslav Srejovi? 1931-1996 Serbian Archeologist, historian G[131]
Pam St. Clement b. 1942 English Actor B[132]
Matthew Stadler b. 1959 American Writer G[133]
Robert Stadlober b. 1982 Austrian Actor, rock musician G[134]
Peter Staley b. 1961 American Political activist G[135]
George Stambolian 1938-1991 American Poet G[60]
Sam Stanley b. 1991 English Rugby player G[136]
Nikki Stanton b. 1990 American Soccer player L[137]
A. Latham Staples b. 1977 American LGBT activist G[138]
Darren Star b. 1961 American TV and film producer G[139]
Jeffree Star b. 1986 American Make-up artist, media personality G[140]
Freda Stark 1910-1999 New Zealand Exotic dancer L[141]
David Starkey b. 1945 English Historian G[30]
S?awomir Starosta b. 1965 Polish LGBT activist, musician, journalist, publisher G[142]
Ellen Gates Starr 1859-1940 American Social reformer L[143]
Garrison Starr b. 1975 American Rock musician G[144]
Caitlin Stasey b. 1990 Australian Actor B[145]
Pajtim Statovci b. 1990 Kosovar-Finnish Author G[146]
Jonny Staub b. 1979 Canadian Radio/television personality G[147]
Pat Steadman b. 1964 American Politician G[148]
Emma Stebbins 1815-1882 American Artist L[149]
Jan Steckel b. 1962 American Writer B[150]
Chris Stedman b. 1987 American Activist G[151]
Ashley Steel b. 1959 British Businessperson L[152]
Ryan Steele b. 1990 American Actor G[153]
Dré Steemans 1954-2009 Belgian TV and radio host G[154]
Liz Stefanics b. 1950 American Politician L[155]
Joey Stefano 1968-1994 American Pornographic actor G[156]
Joseph Steffan b. 1964 American Lawyer, activist G[157]
Darren Stein b. 1971 American Film director, screenwriter G[158]
Gertrude Stein 1874-1946 American Writer L[159]
Larry Steinbachek 1960-2017 English Pop musician (Bronski Beat) G[160]
Marianne Steinbrecher b. 1983 Brazilian Volleyball player L[161]
Andreas Steinhöfel b. 1962 German Writer, translator G[162]
Amandla Stenberg b. 1998 American Actor L[163]
Eric Stenbock 1858-1895 German Poet, writer G[164]
Nicole Stéphane 1923-2007 French Actor L[165]
Darryl Stephens b. 1974 American Actor G[166]
Helen Stephens 1918-1994 American Track and field athlete, double Olympic champion G[167]
Ian Stephens 1955--1996 Canadian Poet, spoken word artist, journalist G[168]
Sandy Stern b. ?[5] American Film producer G[169]
Friedrich Wilhelm von Steuben 1730-1794 Prussian Army general G[170][171][172]
Marsha Stevens b. 1952 American Contemporary Christian musician L[173]
Noreen Stevens b. 1962 Canadian Comics artist L[174]
Tim Stevenson b. 1945[5] Canadian Politician G[175]
Dennis Cleveland Stewart 1947-1994 American Actor G[176]
James B. Stewart b. 1952 American Lawyer, writer G[74]
Jamie Stewart b. 1978 American Rock musician (Xiu Xiu) B[177]
Kristen Stewart b. 1990 American Actress B[178]
Peter Stickles b. 1976 American Actor G[179]
David Ogden Stiers b. 1942 American Actor G[180]
Lidia S. Stiglich b. 1969 American Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Nevada L[181]
Andrew Stimpson b. 1980 Scottish HIV patient G[182]
Michael Stipe b. 1960 American Singer-songwriter (R.E.M.) B[183]
James Stoll 1936-1994 American Clergy G[184]
Kim Stolz b. 1983 American Model L[185]
Nic Stone b. 1985 American Writer B[186]
Randy Stone 1958-2007 American Actor, casting director G[187]
Alyson Stoner b. 1993 American Actor, singer, dancer, model B[188]
Casey Stoney b. 1982 English Footballer L[189]
Jim Stork b. 1966 American Politician G[190]
Beth Storry b. 1978 English Field hockey goalkeeper L[191]
Zoë Strachan b. 1975 Scottish Novelist, journalist L[192]
Lytton Strachey 1880-1932 English Writer, critic G[193]
Vitória Strada b. 1996 Brazilian Actress L[194]
Jeffery Straker b. ? Canadian Folk-pop singer-sogwriter G[195]
Steve Strange 1959-2015 Welsh Pop singer (Visage) B[196]
Zoe Strauss b. 1970 American Photographer L[197]
Billy Strayhorn 1915-1967 American Jazz composer, arranger, musician G[198]
Maryan Street b. 1955 New Zealand Politician L[199]
Keith Strickland b. 1953 American Rock musician (The B-52's) G[200]
Ray Stricklyn 1928-2002 American Film actor G[201]
Luke Strong b. 1993 English Trampoline gymnast B[202]
Mat?j Stropnický b. 1983 Czech Politician G[203]
Martina Strutz b. 1981 German Pole vaulter L[204]
Susan Stryker b. ?[5] American LGBT professor, historian, author L[205]
Jason Stuart b. 1969 American Actor G[206]
Rennae Stubbs b. 1971 Australian Tennis player L[207]
Gerry Studds 1937-2006 American Politician G[208]
Hans-Georg Stümke 1941-2002 German Author, teacher, historian, publisher G[209]
Rebecca Sugar b. 1987 American Animator, composer, director, show creator B[210]
Fumie Suguri b. 1980 Japanese Figure skater B[211]
Lucius Cornelius Sulla 138-78 BC Roman General, consul, Roman dictator G[212]
Andrew Sullivan b. 1963 English Journalist G[213]
Kathleen Sullivan b. 1955 American Professor of Law L[214]
Larry Sullivan b. 1970 American Actor G[215]
Lou Sullivan 1951-1991 American Author, 1st transgender man to publicly identify as gay G[216]
Richard Summerbell b. 1956 Canadian Mycologist, LGBT rights activist G[217]
Ben Summerskill b. 1961 English LGBT rights activist G[30]
Siri Sunde b. 1958 Norwegian Church of Norway priest, theologian L[218]
Pia Sundhage b. 1960 Swedish Footballer, coach L[219]
Per Sundnes b. 1966 Norwegian TV personality, journalist G[220]
Ron Suresha b. ?[5] American Writer G[221]
Svetlana Surganova b. 1968 Russian Rock singer (Nochnye Snaipery), musician, poet L[222]
Manil Suri b. 1959 Indian-American Mathematician, author G[223]
Victoria Sandell Svensson b. 1977 Swedish Footballer L[224]
Alicia Svigals b. 1963 American Violinist (The Klezmatics) L[225]
Lennart Swahn 1927-2008 Swedish Journalist, radio and TV personality G[226]
Ryan Jamaal Swain b.?[5] American Actor, dancer G[227]
Oscar Swartz b. 1959 Swedish Writer, entrepreneur G[228]
Swe Zin Htet b. 1998/1999 Burmese Model, Miss Universe Myanmar 2019, first ever gay Miss Universe contestant L[229]
Terry Sweeney b. 1960 American Actor, screenwriter G[230]
May Swenson 1913-1989 American Poet L[231]
Ember Swift b. ?[5] Canadian Folk-rock musician L[232]
Kara Swisher b. 1963 American Technology business journalist, co-founder of Recode L[233]
Sheryl Swoopes b. 1971 American Basketball player B[234]
Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore b. ?[5] American Writer G[235]
Stacy Sykora b. 1977 American Volleyball player L[236]
Sylvester 1947-1988 American Disco and soul singer-songwriter G[237]
John Addington Symonds 1840-1893 English Poet, literary critic G[238]
Scott Symons b. 1933 Canadian Writer G[239]
Wanda Sykes b. 1964 American Comedian, actor L[240]
Tuva Syvertsen b. 1983 Norwegian Singer, musician L[241]
Marcin Szczygielski b. 1972 Polish Writer, journalist, graphic designer G[242]
Mai-Mai Sze 1909-1992 Chinese Painter, writer L[243]
Gábor Szetey b. 1968 Hungarian Politician G[244]
Paulo Szot b. 1969 Brazilian Opera baritone, actor G[245]
Magda Szubanski b. 1961 Australian Actor, comedian L[246]
Karol Szymanowski 1882-1937 Polish Classical composer, musician G[247]


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