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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]

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Rock musician Maja Ivarsson
Name Lifetime[5] Nationality Notable as Notes[6]
Paul Iacono b. 1988 American Actor G[7]
Janis Ian b. 1951 American Folk musician L[8]
Witi Ihimaera b. 1944 New Zealand Author G[9]
Rita Indiana b. 1977 Dominican Author, singer-songwriter L[10]
William Inge 1913–1973 American Playwright, novelist G[11]
Per Imerslund 1912–1943 Norwegian Nazi socialist soldier, writer G[12]
John Inman 1935–2007 English Actor G[13]
Daniela Iraschko-Stolz b. 1983 Austrian Ski jumper L[14]
Doug Ireland b. 1946 American Journalist, blogger G[15]
Jim Ireton b. ? American Politician G[16]
Evelyn Irons 1900–2000 Scottish Journalist L[17]
Håkan Isacson 1958–2002 Swedish Intelligence agent G[18]
Richard Isay b. 1934 American Author, psychiatrist G[19]
Sharon Isbin b. 1956 American Classical musician L[20]
Taiga Ishikawa b. 1974 Japanese Politician, activist G[21]
Sam Irvin b. 1956 American Director G[22]
Elisabeth Irwin 1880–1942 American Educator, psychologist, reformer L[23]
Christopher Isherwood 1904–1986 English Author G[24]
Arturo Islas 1938–1991 American Academic G[25]
Maja Ivarsson b. 1979 Swedish Rock musician (The Sounds) B[26]
George Cecil Ives 1867–1950 British Poet, writer, penal reformer, gay rights campaigner G[27]
James Ivory b. 1928 American Filmmaker G[28]
Harish Iyer b. 1979 Indian Activist G[29]
Boris Izaguirre b. 1965 Venezuelan Writer G[30]
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Actor and theatre director Derek Jacobi
Illustrator and author Tove Jansson
Musician Elton John
Architect Philip Johnson
Singer-songwriter Janis Joplin
Politician, activist, lawyer Barbara Jordan
Name Lifetime[5] Nationality Notable as Notes[6]
Paul Jabara 1948–1992 American Actor, singer-songwriter G[31]
Max Jacob 1876–1944 French Poet, painter, writer, critic G[32]
Sir Derek Jacobi b. 1938 English Actor, director G[33]
Helen Jacobs 1908–1997 American Professional tennis player L[34]
Marc Jacobs b. 1963 American Fashion designer G[35]
Cheyenne Jackson b. 1975 American Actor G[36]
Jill Jackson b. 1980 Scottish Singer-songwriter L[37]
Cheryl Jacques b. 1962 United States Politician, LGBT rights activist L[38]
Hans Henny Jahnn 1894–1959 German Playwright, novelist B[39]
Afdhere Jama b. 1978 Somalian Writer G[40]
Aiden James b. 1982 American Singer-songwriter G[41]
Duncan James b. 1979 English Singer-songwriter B[42]
Jeremy James b. 1978 American Singer-songwriter G[43]
Margot James b. 1958 English Politician, entrepreneur L[44]
Marlon James b. 1970 Jamaican Writer G[45]
Sylvester James 1948–1988 American Musician and drag artiste G[46]
Claude Janiak b. 1948 Swiss Politician G[47]
Tove Jansson 1914–2001 Finnish Author L[48]
Derek Jarman 1942–1994 English Film director G[49]
Alfred Jarry 1873–1907 French Playwright G[50]
Lauren Jauregui b, 1996 American Singer (Fifth Harmony) B[51]
Karla Jay b. 1947 American Professor, LGBT rights activist L[52]
Lorri Jean b. ? American LGBT rights activist L[35]
Walter Jenkins 1918–1985 American Special assistant to U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson B[53]
Shyla Jennings b. 1989 American Porn Star B[54][54]
Drake Jensen b. 1970 Canadian country singer-songwriter G[55]
Christian Jessen b. 1977 British Medical doctor and Television presenter. G.[56]
Michael Jeter 1952–2003 American Actor G[57]
Geri Jewell b. 1956 American Actor and Comedian L[58]
Sarah Orne Jewett 1849–1909 American Author L[59]
Barbara Jezeršek b. 1986 Slovenian Skier L[60]
Patria Jiménez b. 1957 Mexican Politician, first openly lesbian member of the Congress of Mexico L[61]
Phil Jimenez b. 1970 American Comic artist G[62]
Emperor Jing of Han 188–141 BC Chinese (Han Dynasty) Head of state B[63]
Laurie Jinkins b. ? American Politician L[64]
Peter Jöback b. 1971 Swedish Singer G[65]
Jobriath 1946–1983 American Rock musician G[66]
Percy Jocelyn 1764–1842 Irish Anglican Bishop of Clogher G[67]
Edmund John 1883–1917 English Uranian poet G[68]
Elton John b. 1947 English Musician G[69]
Jeffrey John b. 1953 English Anglican priest G[70]
Jasper Johns b. 1930 American Artist G[71]
Christine Johnson b. 1968 American Politician L[72]
Craig Johnson b. ? American Film director, screenwriter G[73]
Darren Johnson b. 1966 English Politician G[74]
Fenton Johnson b. 1954 American Author G[75]
Glory Johnson b. 1990 American Basketball player L[76]
Holly Johnson b. 1960 English Musician G[77]
Lionel Johnson 1867–1902 English Poet G[78]
Philip Johnson 1906–2005 American Architect G[79]
Sonia Johnson b. 1936 American Feminist activist and writer L[80]
Frances Benjamin Johnston 1864–1952 American Photographer L[81]
Justine Joli b. 1980 American Porn Star B[82][83][84]
Angelina Jolie b. 1975 American Actor B[85]
Gerard Joling b. 1960 Dutch Singer G[86]
Aled Haydn Jones b. 1976 Welsh Radio DJ G[87]
Bill T. Jones b. 1952 American Dancer, choreographer G[88]
Cherry Jones b. 1956 American Actor L[89]
Cleve Jones b. 1954 American Activist G[90]
G. B. Jones b. 1965 Canadian Artist, filmmaker B[91]
Randy Jones b. 1952 American Musician (Village People) G[92]
Rosie Jones b. 1959 American Golfer L[93]
Wolfgang Joop b. 1944 German Fashion Designer B[94]
Janis Joplin 1943–1970 American Singer B[95]
Barbara Jordan 1936–1996 American U.S. Representative from Texas L[96]
Leslie Jordan b. 1955 American Actor G[97]
Orlando Jordan b. 1980 American Professional wrestler B[98]
Marcel Jouhandeau 1888–1979 French Writer G[99]
Mychal F. Judge 1933–2001 American Franciscan priest, FDNY chaplain, "Saint of 9/11". G[100]
Rafe Judkins b. 1983 American Reality show contestant G[101]
Isaac Julien b. 1960 English Installation artist, filmmaker, director G[102]
Miranda July b. 1974 American Performance artist, filmmaker, writer B[103]
Sabine Jünger b. 1973 German Politician L[104]
Jolie Justus b. 1971 American Politician L[105]
Claude Jutra 1930–1986 Canadian Filmmaker G[106]
Patrick Juvet b. 1950 Swiss Singer B[107]
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