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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 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 narrow majority (51 percent) believes homosexuality should be accepted, while 42 percent disagree."[4]

K

Painter Frida Kahlo
Journalist Ashok Row Kavi
Singer-songwriter Kesha
Tennis player Billie Jean King
Musician Kaki King
Fashion designer Michael Kors
Film director and producer Stanley Kwan
Name Lifetime[5] Nationality Notable as Notes[6]
Joshua Kadison b. 1963 American Pop musician B[7]
Frida Kahlo 1907–1954 Mexican Painter, artist B[8]
Johannes Kahrs b. 1963 German Politician G[9]
Hilda Käkikoski 1864–1912 Finnish Politician, writer L[10]
Chester Kallman 1921–1975 American Poet G[11]
Frank Kameny 1925–2011 American LGBT activist G[12]
Candye Kane b. 1965 American Musician and former porn star B[13]
Chris Kanyon 1970–2010 American Professional wrestler G[14]
Rebecca Kaplan b. 1970 American Politician B[15] or L[16]
Roberta A. Kaplan b. 1966 American Litigator L[17]
Pamela S. Karlan b. 1959 American Professor of Law L[18]
Peter Karlsson 1966–1995 Swedish Ice hockey player G[19]
Roger Karoutchi b. 1951 French Politician G[20]
David Kato c. 1964–2011 Ugandan LGBT rights activist G[21]
Carl Katter b. 1978 Australian LGBT rights activist, politician G[22]
Michael Kauch b. 1967 German Politician G[9]
Moisés Kaufman b. 1963 Venezuelan Playwright, director G[23]
Christine Kaufmann b. 1951 American Politician L[24]
Ashok Row Kavi b. 1947 Indian Writer, theologian G[25]
Jackie Kay b. 1961 Scottish Writer L[26]
Gorden Kaye b. 1941 English Actor G[27]
Joe Keenan b. 1958 American Screenwriter, TV producer, novelist G[28]
Tommy Keene b. 1957 American Rock musician G[29]
Christine Kehoe b. 1950 American Politician L[30]
Micah Kellner b. 1978 American Politician B[31]
Clinton Kelly b. 1969 American TV personality G[32]
George Edward Kelly 1887–1974 American Playwright, director, actor G[33]
Johan Kenkhuis b. 1980 Dutch Olympic swimmer G[34]
Bill Kennedy b. 1966 American Basketball referee G[35]
Brian Kennedy d. 1991 British Journalist G[36]
Brian Kennedy b. 1966 Irish Rock musician G[37]
Helen Kennedy b. 1958 Canadian Politician, activist L[38]
Sean W. Kennedy 1987–2007 American Murder victim G[39]
Jack Kenny b. 1958 American Television writer, producer G[40]
Hape Kerkeling b. 1964 German Television comedian and producer G[41]
Johannes Kerkorrel 1960–2002 South African Pop musician G[42]
Keith Kerr b. 1936 American Colonel G[43]
J. Warren Kerrigan 1879–1947 American Actor G[44]
Larry Kert 1930–1991 American Actor, singer G[45]
Kesha b. 1987 American Singer-songwriter B[46]
Maya Keyes b. 1985 American Political activist L[47]
John Maynard Keynes 1883–1946 British Economist G[48]
El-Farouk Khaki b. 1963 Canadian Lawyer and activist G[49]
Chip Kidd b. 1964 American Graphic designer G[50]
Saleem Kidwai b. 1951 Indian Author G[51]
Caitlín R. Kiernan b. 1964 American Author L[52]
Kim Ji-hoo 1985–2008 South Korean Actor and model G[53]
Bernard King 1934–2002 Australian Television personality G[54]
Billie Jean King b. 1943 American Tennis player B[55]
Florence King b. 1936 American Writer B[56]
Kaki King b. 1979 American Rock and jazz musician L[57]
Michael Patrick King b. 1954 American Director, screenwriter G[58]
Solomon King 1932–2005 American Pop musician G[59]
Andrew Kinlochan b. 1978 English Pop musician G[60]
Alfred Kinsey 1894–1956 American Biologist, human sexuality researcher B[61]
Gary Kinsman b. 1955 Canadian Sociologist G[62]
Michael Kirby b. 1939 Australian Justice of the High Court of Australia G[63]
Robert Kirby b. 1962 American Cartoonist G[64]
Kris Kirk 1950–1993 English Journalist, gay rights activist G[65]
Tommy Kirk b. 1941 American Actor G[66]
Tim Kirkman b. 1966 American Filmmaker G[67]
James Kirkwood, Jr. 1925–1989 American Playwright, author G[68]
Rives Kistler b. 1949 American Judge G[69]
Jeffrey Klarik b. ? American Writer, producer G[70]
Hans Klok b. 1969 Dutch Illusionist G[71]
Ilana Kloss b. 1956 South African Tennis player L[72]
Nikolai Klyuev 1884–1937 Russian Poet G[73]
Steve Kmetko b. 1953 American Broadcast journalist G[74]
Jennifer Knapp b. 1974 American Musician L[75]
Jonathan Knight b. 1968 American Pop singer (New Kids on the Block) G[76]
T.R. Knight b. 1973 American Actor G[77]
Tamai Kobayashi b. 1965 Canadian Writer L[78]
Bryan Kocis 1963–2007 American Porn producer, murder victim G[79]
Ralf König b. 1960 German Cartoonist G[80]
Paul Koering b. 1964 American Politician G[81]
Jeffrey Kofman b. 1959 Canadian Broadcast journalist G[82]
Bob Kohler 1926–2007 American LGBT rights activist G[83]
Chris Kolb b. 1958 American Politician G[84]
Jim Kolbe b. 1942 American Politician G[85]
Oswalt Kolle 1928–2010 German/Dutch Sexologist B[86]
Grand Duke Konstantin Konstantinovich 1858–1915 Russian Nobleman, poet G[87]
David Kopay b. 1942 American American football player G[19]
Michael Kors b. 1959 American Fashion designer G[88]
Tina Kotek b. 1966 American Politician L[89]
Davina Kotulski b. 1970 American Psychologist, writer, activist L[90]
Kris Kovick 1951–2001 American Writer, cartoonist L[91]
Daniel Kowalski b. 1975 Australian Swimmer G[92]
Dave Koz b. 1963 American Jazz musician G[93]
Kathy Kozachenko b. ? American Politician L[94]
Larry Kramer b. 1935 American Writer, LGBT activist G[95]
Greg Kramer 1961–2013 British-Canadian Actor G[96]
Bruce Kraus b. 1954 American Politician G[97]
Reginald Kray 1933–2000 British Criminal, one half of the Kray twins B[98]
Ronald Kray 1933–1995 British Criminal, one half of the Kray twins G[99]
Levi Kreis b. 1981 American Pop musician G[100]
Lisa Kron b. 1961 American Playwright L[101]
Maren Kroymann b. 1949 German Actress, singer L[102]
Risto Kübar b. 1983 Estonian Actor G[103]
Sheila Kuehl b. 1941 American Politician L[104]
Elvira Kurt b. 1961 Canadian Comedian L[105]
Ellen Kushner b. 1955 American Author L[106]
Tony Kushner b. 1956 American Playwright G[107]
Daniel Küblböck b. 1985 German Pop musician, actor G[108]
Michael Kühnen 1955–1991 German Neo-Nazi leader G[109]
Nancy Kulp 1921–1991 American Actor L[110]
Mikhail Kuzmin 1872–1936 Russian Poet G[111]
Stanley Kwan b. 1957 Hong Kong Film director, producer G[112]


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