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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.

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. See homosexuality and bisexuality for criteria that have traditionally denoted lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) people.

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 "[p]eople 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]

F

Photographer Rotimi Fani-Kayode
Singer Mark Feehily
Surrealist painter Leonor Fini
Labour activist Elizabeth Gurley Flynn
Model and pop musician Samantha Fox
U.S. Representative Barney Frank
Sexologist, sociologist, economist, volcanologist, and physicist Benedict Friedlaender
Actor and novelist Stephen Fry
Name Lifetime[5] Nationality Notable as Notes[6]
Lillian Faderman b. 1940 American Writer, educator L[7]
Richard Fairbrass b. 1953 English Musician (Right Said Fred) B[8]
Tiffani Faison b. 1977 American Chef, reality show contestant B[9]
Marianne Faithfull b. 1946 English Rock musician, actor B[10]
Peter Fallico b. ? Canadian Interior designer, television personality G[11]
Sam Falson b. 1982 American Singer G[12]
Rotimi Fani-Kayode 1955–1989 Nigerian Photographer G[13]
Gareth Farr b. 1968 New Zealander Contemporary classical composer, drag performer G[14]
Jane Farrow b. 1961 Canadian Writer, broadcaster L[15]
Daniel Farson 1927–1997 English Writer and broadcaster G[16]
Justin Fashanu 1961–1998 British Footballer G[17]
Brigitte Fassbaender b. 1939 German Opera singer L[18]
Rainer Werner Fassbinder 1945–1982 German Film director G[19]
Brenda Fassie 1964–2004 South African Pop musician B[20]
Freda du Faur 1882–1935 Australian Mountaineer L[21]
Frances Faye 1912–1991 American Cabaret musician B[22]
Fredrick Federley b. 1978 Swedish Politician G[23]
Mark Feehily b. 1980 Irish Pop musician (Westlife) G[24]
Fortune Feimster b. 1980 American Comedian L[25]
Anselmo Feleppa 1956–1993 Brazilian Fashion designer G[26]
Antonio A. Feliz b. ? American Clergy G[27]
Art Feltman b. 1958 American Politician G[28]
John Fennell b. 1995 Canadian Olympic luger G[29]
Steen Fenrich 1981–1999 American Teenager murdered by his stepfather G[30]
James Fenton b. 1949 English Writer, academic G[31]
Kevin Fenton b. 1966 Scottish Physician, epidemiologist G[32]
Fergie b. 1975 American Singer, model, fashion designer B[33]
Jesse Tyler Ferguson b. 1975 American Actor G[34]
Dominique Fernandez b. 1929 French Writer, academic L[35]
Lynne Fernie b. 1946 Canadian Filmmaker L[36]
Ferrandino, MarkMark Ferrandino b. 1977 American Politician G[37]
Frank Ferri b. 1954 American Politician G[38]
Melissa Ferrick b. 1970 American Rock musician B[39]
Michelle Ferris b. 1976 Australian Olympic cyclist L[40]
Robert Ferro 1941–1988 American Writer G[41]
Tiziano Ferro b. 1980 Italian Singer G[42]
Edward Field b. 1924 American Poet G[43]
Patricia Field b. 1941 American Costume designer, stylist L[44]
Danny Fields b. 1941 American Journalist, promoter, author G[45]
Harvey Fierstein b. 1952 American Actor G[46]
Timothy Findley 1930–2002 Canadian Novelist, playwright G[47]
Leonor Fini 1907–1996 Argentinian Painter B[48]
Tom of Finland 1920–1991 Finnish Artist G[49]
Leslie Fish b. ? American Musician, author, political activist B[50]
Jeremy Fisher b. 1954 New Zealander Writer G[51]
M. F. K. Fisher 1908–1992 American Writer B[52]
FitzPatrick, JoeJoe FitzPatrick b. 1967 Scottish Politician G[53]
William P. Fitzpatrick b. ? American Politician G[54]
Fannie Flagg b. 1944 American Author, actor L[55]
Rosanna Flamer-Caldera b. 1956 Sri Lankan Activist L[56]
Ed Flanagan b. 1950 American Politician G[57]
Maile Flanagan b. 1965 American Actor L[58]
Gustave Flaubert 1821–1880 French Author B[59]
Mike Fleck b. 1973 American Politician G[60]
Andrew Fleming b. 1963 American Film director, screenwriter G[61]
Kate Fleming 1965–2006 American Audiobook narrator and producer L[62]
Peter Flinsch b. 1920 German/Canadian Artist, television set designer G[63]
Nina Flowers b. 1974 Puerto Rican Drag queen, reality television personality G[64]
Gary Floyd b. 1953 American Singer (The Dicks) G[65]
Kay Floyd b. ? American Politician L[66]
Elizabeth Gurley Flynn 1890–1964 American Activist B[67]
Althea Flynt 1953–1987 American Wife of Larry Flynt B[68]
Waawaate Fobister b. 1984 Canadian Writer, actor G[69]
Mark Foley b. 1954 American U.S. Representative (R-FL) G[70]
Ulrike Folkerts b. 1961 German Actor L[71]
Hector Fonseca b. 1980 Puerto Rican-American Deejay G[72]
Amini Fonua b. 1989 Tongan Swimmer G[73]
Malcolm Forbes 1919–1990 American Magazine publisher B[74]
Katie Ford b. ? American/Canadian Film and television writer L[75]
Tom Ford b. 1962 American Fashion designer G[76]
María Irene Fornés b. 1930 Cuban-American Playwright L[77]
E. M. Forster 1879–1970 British Writer G[78]
Jackie Forster 1926–1998 English Actor, activist L[79]
Wolfgang Fortner 1907–1987 German Classical composer and conductor G[80]
Pim Fortuyn 1948–2002 Dutch Politician, academic and sociologist G[81]
Per-Kristian Foss b. 1950 Norwegian Politician, first openly gay minister in Norway G[82]
Jodie Foster b. 1962 American Actress L[83]
Quentin Fottrell b. 1975 Irish Writer G[84]
Michel Foucault 1926–1984 French Philosopher, historian B[85]
John Fowler b. 1954 Australian Politician G[86]
Simon Fowler b. 1965 English Rock musician (Ocean Colour Scene) G[87]
Eytan Fox b. 1964 Israeli Film director G[88]
Gordon D. Fox b. 1961 American Politician G[89]
Greg Fox b. 1961 American Cartoonist G[90]
Megan Fox b. 1986 American Model, actress B[91]
Samantha Fox b. 1966 English British model, pop musician L[92]
Virgil Fox 1912–1980 American Classical musician G[93]
David France b. ? American Journalist, filmmaker G[94]
Brian Francis b. 1971 Canadian Novelist (Fruit) G[95]
Samuel Kensinger Francis b. 1974 American Fitness journalist, trainer G[96]
Kay Francis 1905–1968 American Actor B[97]
Barney Frank b. 1940 American Politician G[98]
Connor Franta b. 1992 American YouTube personality G[99]
Daniel Franzese b. 1978 American Actor G[100]
John Fraser b. 1931 Scottish Actor G[101]
Margo Frasier b. ? American First openly lesbian sheriff elected to office L[102]
Peter Frechette b. 1956 American Actor G[103]
Marcia Freedman b. 1938 Israeli-American Activist L[104]
Alan Freeman 1927–2006 Australian Radio DJ B[105]
Chris Freeman b. 1961 American Rock musician (Pansy Division) G[106]
Jared French 1905–1988 American Painter B[107]
Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven 1874–1927 German-American Artist, poet B[108]
Aaron Fricke b. 1962 American Gay rights activist, author G[109]
Benedict Friedländer 1866–1908 German Early gay rights activist, author G[110]
Lonnie Frisbee 1949–1993 American Evangelist G[111]
Peter Frödin b. 1964 Danish Actor, singer, comedian G[112]
Stephen Fry b. 1957 British Actor, comedian, novelist G[113]
Marilyn Frye b. 1941 American Academic L[114]
Michiyo Fukaya 1953–1987 American Writer, activist L[115]
Adrian Fulford b. 1953 British Judge G[116]
Bryan Fuller b. 1969 American TV writer G[117]
Loie Fuller 1862–1928 American Dancer G[118]
Brenda Sue Fulton b. ? American Military veteran L[119]
Richard Fung b. 1954 Canadian Video artist G[120]
Wes Funk 1969–2015 Canadian Writer G[121]
David Furnish b. 1962 Canadian Filmmaker G[122]


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