Anita C. Hill Anita Carol Hill is a LGBT American minister in the Lutheran Church. She is one of the first ordained lesbian women in the church and became a pastor before the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America changed its policy on LGBT ministers.
AzMarie Livingston Ashley Marie "AzMarie" Livingston is an American fashion model, actress and singer who rose to fame after appearing on America's Next Top Model: British Invasion in 2012. Livingston was cast to play the role of Chicken on the Fox show Empire.
Bianca Del Rio Roy Haylock, better known by his stage name Bianca Del Rio, is an American actor, drag queen, insult comedian, and costume designer. He is a fixture in the New Orleans and New York City club scenes, often working with Lady Bunny, and is best known for winning the sixth season of RuPaul's Drag Race.
Big Freedia Freddie Ross is an American musician best known by the stage name Big Freedia and for work in the New Orleans genre of hip hop called bounce music. Freedia has been credited with helping popularize the genre, which was largely underground since developing in the early 1990s.
Bryan Batt Bryan Batt is an American actor best known for his role in the AMC series Mad Men as Salvatore Romano, an art director for the Sterling Cooper agency. Primarily a theater actor, he has had a number of starring roles in movies and television as well.
Charles M. Blow Charles McRay Blow is an American liberal journalist, commentator, and current visual op-ed columnist for The New York Times.
Christopher Rice Christopher Travis Rice is an American author. Rice has penned multiple bestselling novels, including: A Density of Souls, The Snow Garden, Light Before Day, Blind Fall, The Moonlit Earth, The Heavens Rise, and The Vines.
Don Lemon Don Lemon is an American news anchor and journalist. He is based in New York City and currently hosts CNN Tonight.
Ellen DeGeneres Ellen Lee DeGeneres is an American comedian, television host, actress, writer, and producer. DeGeneres starred in the popular sitcom Ellen from 1994 to 1998 and has hosted her syndicated TV talk show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, since 2003.
Frank Ocean Christopher Francis Ocean is an American singer and songwriter. Known for his idiosyncratic musical style, Ocean first embarked on a career as a ghostwriter, and in 2010 he became a member of hip hop collective Odd Future.
James Booker James Carroll Booker III was a New Orleans rhythm and blues musician born in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States. Booker's unique style combined rhythm and blues with jazz standards.
Jon Vincent Jon Vincent, real name: Jeffrey James Vickers was an American pornographic actor who appeared in gay and bisexual pornography. Though he performed in fewer than 40 films, he is considered a porn legend.
Kevyn Aucoin Kevyn James Aucoin was an American make-up artist, photographer and author.
Liz Carmouche Liz Carmouche is an American mixed martial arts fighter. Carmouche currently competes for UFC in the women's bantamweight division.
Louis Edmonds Louis Stirling Edmonds was an American actor from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He was best known for his roles in Dark Shadows and All My Children.
Mary Gauthier Mary Veronica Gauthier is an American folk singer-songwriter.
Parker Tyler Harrison Parker Tyler, better known as Parker Tyler, was an American author, poet, and film critic. Tyler had a relationship with underground filmmaker Charles Boultenhouse from 1945 until his death. Their papers are held by the New York Public Library.
Peggy Fears Peggy Fears was an American actress, who appeared in Broadway musical comedies during the 1920s and 1930s before becoming a Broadway producer.
Pokey Chatman Dana "Pokey" Chatman is the current head coach of the Indiana Fever of the WNBA. She is also the former head coach of the LSU Lady Tigers basketball team and the Spartak Moscow women's basketball team.
Reed Erickson Reed Erickson was an American trans man best known for his philanthropy that, according to sociology specialist Aaron H Devor, largely informed "almost every aspect of work being done in the 1960s and 1970s in the field of transsexualism in the US and, to a lesser degree, in other countries."
Ronald Dominique Ronald Joseph Dominique is an American serial killer from the Bayou Blue area of Houma, Louisiana.
Scotty Granger Scotty Granger also known as Scotty Grand and Scotty G, is an American pop, R&B and dance music singer/producer/songwriter. He plays piano, guitar, flute, sax, and piccolo, among others.
Seimone Augustus Seimone Delicia Augustus is an American professional women's basketball player with the Minnesota Lynx of the Women's National Basketball Association, Dynamo Kursk and the U.S. national team.
Sir Lady Java Sir Lady Java is an American transgender rights activist, exotic dancer, singer, comedian, and actress. Active on stage, television, radio and film from the mid-1960s to around 1980, she is a popular and influential personality in the Los Angeles-area African-American LGBT community.
Stormé DeLarverie Stormé DeLarverie was a butch lesbian whose scuffle with police, according to Storme herself and many eyewitnesses, was the defining moment that incited the Stonewall riots, spurring the crowd to action.
Ti-Grace Atkinson Ti-Grace Atkinson is an American radical feminist author and philosopher.
Toni Graphia Toni Graphia is an American television producer and writer.
Truman Capote Truman Garcia Capote was an American novelist, screenwriter, playwright, and actor.
Van Cliburn Harvey Lavan "Van" Cliburn Jr. was an American pianist who achieved worldwide recognition in 1958, at the age of 23, when he won the inaugural quadrennial International Tchaikovsky Piano Competition in Moscow during the Cold War.