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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 2003 Global Attitudes Survey found that "people in Africa and the Middle East strongly object to societal acceptance of homosexuality. But there is far greater tolerance for homosexuality in major Latin American countries such as Mexico, Argentina, Bolivia and Brazil. Opinion in Europe is split between West and East. Majorities in every Western European nation surveyed say homosexuality should be accepted by society, while most Russians, Poles and Ukrainians disagree. Americans are divided–a thin majority (51 percent) believes homosexuality should be accepted, while 42 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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Artist Andy Warhol
Musician Ethel Waters
Politician Joop Wijn
Clergyman and writer Mel White
Playwright Oscar Wilde
News correspondent and former Assistant Secretary of Defense Pete Williams
Playwright Tennessee Williams
Playwright Thornton Wilder
Writer Walt Whitman
Politician Kathleen Wynne
Name Lifetime[5] Nationality Notable as Notes[6]
Wachs, JoelJoel Wachs b. ?[5] American Politician G[7]
Waddell, TomTom Waddell 1937–1987 American Athlete, founder of the Gay Games G[8]
Wagner, JaneJane Wagner b. 1935 American Writer, director, producer L[9]
Wagner, SiegfriedSiegfried Wagner 1869–1930 German Classical composer G[10]
Wainaina, BinyavangaBinyavanga Wainaina b. 1971 Kenyan Writer G[11]
Wainwright, RufusRufus Wainwright b. 1973 Canadian Pop musician G[12]
Waites, KeishaKeisha Waites b. 1972 American Politician L[13]
Walbrook, AntonAnton Walbrook 1896–1967 Austrian Actor G[14]
Walker, AliceAlice Walker b. 1944 American Author, poet B[15]
Wall, LouisaLouisa Wall b. 1972 New Zealander Politician L[16]
Wallach, YonaYona Wallach 1944–1985 Israeli Poet B[17]
Walker, RebeccaRebecca Walker b. 1969 American Author B[18]
Walker, Vaughn R.Vaughn R. Walker b. 1944 American Federal judge G[19]
Wall, TravisTravis Wall b. 1987 American Dancer G[20]
Wallace, JiJi Wallace b. 1977 Australian Gymnast G[21]
Wallowitch, JohnJohn Wallowitch 1926–2007 American Cabaret performer, songwriter G[22]
Walpole, HughHugh Walpole 1884–1941 British Writer G[23]
Walsh, María ElenaMaría Elena Walsh 1930–2011 Argentine Writer, musician L[24]
Walsh, TonieTonie Walsh b. 1960 Irish LGBT rights activist, DJ G[25]
Wan, GokGok Wan b. 1974 British Fashion consultant G[26]
Ward, SophieSophie Ward b. 1964 British Film and stage actor L[27]
Warhol, AndyAndy Warhol 1928–1987 American Artist G[28]
Waring, MarilynMarilyn Waring b. 1952 New Zealander Politician, feminist L[29]
Warn, SarahSarah Warn b. ?[5] American Writer, editor L[30]
Warner, JackieJackie Warner b. 1968 American Personal fitness trainer, TV personality L[31]
Warner, MichaelMichael Warner b. ?[5] American Writer, Queer theorist G[32]
Warner, Sylvia TownsendSylvia Townsend Warner 1893–1978 British Writer B[33]
Warren, DavidDavid Warren b. ?[5] American Theatre director G[34]
Warren, Patricia NellPatricia Nell Warren b. 1936 American Writer L[35]
Warren, TonyTony Warren b. 1936 British TV writer G[36]
Washington, Mary L.Mary L. Washington b. 1962 American Politician L[37]
Waters, AmileAmile Waters b. 1985 American Sports analyst and former porn star B[38]
Waters, EthelEthel Waters 1896–1977 American Jazz/pop musician, actor B[39]
Waters, JohnJohn Waters b. 1946 American Film director G[40]
Waters, Miriam VanMiriam Van Waters 1887–1974 American Feminist social worker L[41]
Waters, SarahSarah Waters b. 1966 British novelist L[42]
Watkin, DavidDavid Watkin b. 1925 British Cinematographer G[43]
Watkins, IanIan Watkins b. 1976 Welsh Pop musician, actor G[44]
Watkins, PerryPerry Watkins 1949–1996 American Soldier G[45]
Watkins, TucTuc Watkins b. 1966 American Actor G[46]
Watmough, DavidDavid Watmough b. 1926 Canadian Novelist, playwright G[47]
Watson, GizGiz Watson b. 1957 British-Australian Politician L[48]
Watt, JaimeJaime Watt b. ?[5] Canadian Political strategist G[49]
Weakland, RembertRembert Weakland b. 1927 American Roman Catholic Archbishop G[50]
Weaver, Scotty JoeScotty Joe Weaver 1986–2004 American Murder victim G[51]
Webb, CliftonClifton Webb 1889–1966 American Actor G[52]
Webb, KathyKathy Webb b. 1950 American Politician L[53]
Webb, LawrenceLawrence Webb b. ?[5] American Politician, academic administrator G[54]
Weber, BenBen Weber 1916–1979 American Classical composer G[55]
Weber, BruceBruce Weber b. 1946 American Photographer G[56]
Weber, DreyaDreya Weber  ? American Actor B[57]
Weerasethakul, ApichatpongApichatpong Weerasethakul b. 1970 Thai Filmmaker G[58]
Weigle, MarkMark Weigle b. 1967 American Folk-rock musician G[59]
Weiland, RicRic Weiland b. 1953 American Computer software pioneer G[60]
Weingarten, RandiRandi Weingarten b. 1957 American Labor leader, attorney L[61]
Weir, JohnnyJohnny Weir b. 1984 American Olympic figure skater G[62]
Weissman, AerlynAerlyn Weissman b. ? Canadian Filmmaker L[63]
Wells, John C.John C. Wells b. 1939 British Phoneticist, author of the main Esperanto dictionary G[64]
Welts, RickRick Welts b. 1953 American Sports executive G[65]
Wenner, JannJann Wenner b. 1946 American Publisher G[66]
Wentz, PetePete Wentz b. 1979 American Rock musician B[67]
Werner Laurie, JoanJoan Werner Laurie 1920–1964 British Journalist L[68]
Wescott, GlenwayGlenway Wescott 1901–1987 American Writer G[69]
West, RosemaryRosemary West b. 1953 British Serial killer B[70]
West, WashWash West b. 1966 American Director G[71]
Westenhoefer, SuzanneSuzanne Westenhoefer b. 1961 American Comedian L[72]
Westerwelle, GuidoGuido Westerwelle b. 1961 German Politician G[73]
Whale, JamesJames Whale 1889–1957 British Film director G[74]
Whipple, DianeDiane Whipple 1968–2001 American Lacrosse player L[75]
Whishaw, BenBen Whishaw b. 1980 British Actor G[76]
White, DaveDave White b. 1964 American Writer G[77]
White, EdmundEdmund White b. 1940 American Novelist, teacher G[78]
White, JeanJean White b. ?[5] British Clergy L[79]
White, MelMel White b. 1940 American Clergy, writer G[80]
White, MikeMike White b. 1970 American Screenwriter, actor B[81]
White, MinorMinor White b. 1908–1976 American Photographer G[82]
White, PatrickPatrick White 1912–1990 Australian Author G[83]
White, T. H.T. H. White 1906–1964 English Author G[84]
Whitebread, CharlesCharles Whitebread 1943–2008 American Legal scholar G[85]
Whitehead, AnnieAnnie Whitehead b. 1955 British Jazz musician L[86]
Whitehead, WilliamWilliam Whitehead b. 1931 Canadian Writer G[87]
Whitman, WaltWalt Whitman 1819–1892 American Writer G[88]
Whitmore, GeorgeGeorge Whitmore 1946–1989 American Writer G[89]
Whittington, JeffJeff Whittington 1985–1999 New Zealander Murder victim G[90]
Whitton, CharlotteCharlotte Whitton 1896–1975 Canadian Feminist, politician L[91]
Whitty, JeffJeff Whitty b. 1971 American Playwright G[92]
Wicks, SueSue Wicks b. 1966 American WNBA Basketball player L[93]
Wieben, WilhelmWilhelm Wieben b. 1935 German TV news presenter G[94]
Wiedlin, JaneJane Wiedlin b. 1958 American Rock musician (The Go-Go's) B[95]
Wieners, JohnJohn Wieners 1934–2002 American Beat poet G[96]
Wiggs, JosephineJosephine Wiggs b. ?[5] American Bass guitarist L[97]
Wild, JessicaJessica Wild b. 1980 Puerto Rican drag queen and reality television personality G[98]
Wight, RebeccaRebecca Wight 1959–1988 American Student, murder victim L[99]
Wijn, JoopJoop Wijn b. 1969 Dutch Politician G[100]
Wijsman, MariekeMarieke Wijsman b. 1975 Dutch Olympic speed skater L[101]
Wikle, WillWill Wikle b. 1978 American Reality show contestant G[102]
Wilcox, RichieRichie Wilcox b. 1980 Canadian Singer, reality show contestant G[103]
Wilde, OscarOscar Wilde 1854–1900 Irish Playwright, poet, novelist G[104]
Wilde, WinstonWinston Wilde b. ?[5] American Sexologist, author G[105]
Wildeblood, PeterPeter Wildeblood 1923–1999 British-Canadian Journalist G[106]
Wilder, ThorntonThornton Wilder 1897–1975 American Playwright, novelist G[107]
Will, AnneAnne Will b. 1966 German Television journalist L[108]
Williams, KennethKenneth Williams 1926–1988 British Comedian, raconteur G[109]
Williams, Nathan HaleNathan Hale Williams b. 1976 American Film and television producer, actor G[110]
Williams, PetePete Williams b. ?[5] American News correspondent, politician G[111]
Rachel Williams b. 1967 American Model, TV presenter B[112]
Williams, StephenStephen Williams b. 1966 British Member of Parliament G[113]
Williams, TennesseeTennessee Williams 1911–1983 American Playwright G[114]
Williamson, CrisCris Williamson b. 1947 American Folk-rock musician L[115]
Williamson, KevinKevin Williamson b. 1965 American Screenwriter, film director G[116]
Williamson, MalcolmMalcolm Williamson 1931–2003 Australian Classical composer G[117]
Williamson, MatthewMatthew Williamson b. ?[5] British Fashion designer G[118]
Wilson, AjitaAjita Wilson 1957–1987 American Actor L[119]
Wilson, AlexanderAlexander Wilson 1953–1993 Canadian Writer, horticulturalist G[120]
Wilson, DavidDavid Wilson b. ?[5] Canadian Figure skater, choreographer G[121]
Wilson, JonathanJonathan Wilson b. ?[5] Canadian actor, playwright G[122]
Wilson, KaiaKaia Wilson b. ?[5] American Punk rock musician L[123]
Wilson, LanfordLanford Wilson b. 1937 American Playwright G[124]
Wilson, NancyNancy Wilson b. ?[5] American Clergy L[125]
Wilson, RichardRichard Wilson b. 1936 Scottish Actor, G[126]
Wilson, RickyRicky Wilson 1953–1985 American Rock musician (The B-52's) G[127]
Wilson, SophieSophie Wilson b. ?[5] British Computer scientist L[128]
Wilson, ToddTodd Wilson 1963–2005 American Film director G[129]
Winckelmann, Johann JoachimJohann Joachim Winckelmann 1717–1768 German Art historian, archeologist G[130]
Windsor, RobinRobin Windsor b. 1979 British Dancer G[131]
Winfield, PaulPaul Winfield 1939–2004 American Actor G[132]
Wings, MaryMary Wings b. 1949 American Writer, artist L[133]
Winsloe, ChristaChrista Winsloe 1888–1944 Hungarian Novelist, playwright B[134]
Winterson, JeanetteJeanette Winterson b. 1958 British Author L[135]
Winton, DaleDale Winton b. 1955 British TV presenter G[136]
Wiseman, MaryMary Wiseman b. ?[5] American Judge L[137]
Witkowski, MichałMichał Witkowski b. 1975 Polish Author G[138]
Wittman, ScottScott Wittman b. ?[5] American Musical theater lyricist, director G[139]
Wittgenstein, LudwigLudwig Wittgenstein 1889–1951 Austrian Philosopher G[140]
Wittig, MoniqueMonique Wittig 1935–2003 French Radical feminist author L[141]
Wojnarowicz, DavidDavid Wojnarowicz 1954–1992 American Artist G[142]
Wojtowicz, JohnJohn Wojtowicz 1945–2006 American Bank robber G[143]
Wolf, SherrySherry Wolf b. 1965 American Author L[144]
Wolfe, George C.George C. Wolfe b. 1954 American Playwright, director G[145]
Wolfe, MikeMike Wolfe b. ?[5] British Politician G[146]
Wolfenden, JeremyJeremy Wolfenden 1934–1965 English Spy G[147]
Wolff, KarinKarin Wolff b. 1959 German Politician L[148]
Wolff, MichelleMichelle Wolff b. ?[5] American Actor L[149]
Wolff, Tobias BarringtonTobias Barrington Wolff b. 1970 American Lawyer, professor G[150]
Wong, B.D.B.D. Wong b. 1960 American Actor G[151]
Wong, CyrilCyril Wong b. 1977 Singaporean Poet G[152]
Wong, MartinMartin Wong 1946–1999 American Artist G[153]
Wong, NormanNorman Wong b. ?[5] American Writer G[154]
Wong, PennyPenny Wong b. 1968 Australian Politician L[155]
Wong-Tam, KristynKristyn Wong-Tam b. 1972 Canadian Politician L[156]
Wood, CathyCathy Wood b. 1963 American Serial killer L[157]
Wood, Evan RachelEvan Rachel Wood b. 1987 American Actress, singer B[158]
Wood, ThelmaThelma Wood 1901–1970 American Sculptor L[159]
Woodley, Fabian S.Fabian S. Woodley 1888–1957 British Uranian poet G[160]
Woodrow, MarnieMarnie Woodrow b. 1969 Canadian Writer L[161]
Woods, GregoryGregory Woods b. 1953 English Writer G[162]
Woods, Mark KennethMark Kenneth Woods b. 1977 Canadian Writer, actor, director G[163]
Woodson, JacquelineJacqueline Woodson b. 1963 American Writer L[164]
Woodsworth, EllenEllen Woodsworth b. ?[5] Canadian Politician L[165]
Woolley, MontyMonty Woolley 1888–1963 American Actor G[166]
Woolf, VirginiaVirginia Woolf 1882–1941 British Writer B[167]
Worley, KateKate Worley 1958–2004 American Comic book writer B[168]
Wowereit, KlausKlaus Wowereit b. 1953 German Politician G[169]
Wrench, NigelNigel Wrench b. 1960 British Radio personality G[170]
Wright, ChelyChely Wright b. 1970 American Singer-songwriter L[171]
Wright, DouglasDouglas Wright b. 1956 New Zealander Dancer, choreographer G[172]
Wu, AliceAlice Wu b. ?[5] American Film director, screenwriter L[173]
Wuorinen, CharlesCharles Wuorinen b. 1938 American Classical composer G[174]
Wuornos, AileenAileen Wuornos 1956–2002 American Serial killer B[175]
Ireen Wüst b. 1986 Dutch long track allround speed skater L[176]
Wyngarde, PeterPeter Wyngarde b. 1933 British Actor G[177]
Wynne, KathleenKathleen Wynne b. 1953 Canadian Politician and Canada's first openly gay premier L[178]
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Name Lifetime[5] Nationality Notable as Notes[6]
Xavier, EmanuelEmanuel Xavier b. 1971 American Spoken word artist G[179]
Xi Kang 223- 262 Chinese Writer G[180]
Emperor Xizong of Tang 862- 888 Chinese (Tang Dynasty) Head of state G[181]
Xuân Diệu 1916–1985 Vietnamese Poet G[182]
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Y

Name Lifetime[5] Nationality Notable as Notes[6]
Yasmine 1972–2009 Belgian Singer and broadcaster L[183]
Mary Anne Yates 1728–1787 British Actor B[184]
Ken Yeager b. ?[5] American Politician G[185]
Ng Yi-Sheng b. 1980 Singaporean Poet G[186]
Yingling, SamSam Yingling b. ? American Politician G[187]
Darren Young b. 1979 American Professional wrestler, first WWE performer to disclose that he is gay while still active with the company G[188][189]
Young, DavidDavid Young b. ?[5] American Judge G[190]
Young, WillWill Young b. 1979 British Pop musician, actor G[191]
Jenny Owen Youngs b. 1981 American Folk musician L[192][193]
Yourcenar, MargueriteMarguerite Yourcenar 1903–1987 Belgian Author L[194]
Yoshino, KenjiKenji Yoshino b. ?[5] Asian American Legal scholar, author, social activist G[195]
Yoshiya, NobukoNobuko Yoshiya 1914–1973 Japanese Novelist L[196]
Yost, DavidDavid Yost b. 1969 American Actor G[197]
Yu Xin 512- 581 Chinese Poet B [198]
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Z

Name Lifetime[5] Nationality Notable as Notes[6]
Zadan, CraigCraig Zadan b. 1949 American Film producer, director G[199]
Zaloom, PaulPaul Zaloom b. 1951 American Actor, puppeteer G[200]
Zamora, PedroPedro Zamora 1972–1994 Cuban American AIDS activist, television personality G[201]
Zappalorti, JamesJames Zappalorti 1945–1990 American Murder victim G[202]
Zappone, KatherineKatherine Zappone b. ? Irish Politician L[203]
Zawieyski, JerzyJerzy Zawieyski 1902–1969 Polish Writer, political activist G[204]
Zebra Katz b. ? American Musician, performance artist G[205]
Zeffirelli, FrancoFranco Zeffirelli b. 1923 Italian Film and theater director G[206]
Zeig, SandeSande Zeig b. ?[5] American Film director L[207]
Zeller, KennethKenneth Zeller  ?–1988 Canadian Murder victim G[208]
Zhou, DanDan Zhou b. 1974 Chinese Lawyer, LGBT rights activist G[209]
Zia, HelenHelen Zia b. 1952 American Writer, journalist, activist L[210]
Zissman, LuisaLuisa Zissman b. 1987 British retail entrepreneur, reality television personality, The Apprentice Series 9 runner-up, and Celebrity Big Brother 13 contestant. B[211]
Zubro, Mark RichardMark Richard Zubro b. ?[5] American Mystery writer G[212]
Zverev, NikolaiNikolai Zverev 1832–1893 Russian Pianist G[213]
Zwerling, Harriet SohmersHarriet Sohmers Zwerling b. 1929[5] American Writer B[214]


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