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The historical concept and definition of sexual orientation varies and has changed greatly over time; for example the word "gay" was not 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 "[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]

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.

P

Actress Ellen Page
Musician Amanda Palmer
Activist Arsham Parsi
Politician Annise Parker
Singer-songwriter Paul Oscar
Comedian Miss Coco Peru
Rock musician Kate Pierson
Composer Cole Porter
Novelist Marcel Proust
Author Manuel Puig
Name Lifetime[5] Nationality Notable as Notes[6]
Paddick, BrianBrian Paddick b. 1958 English Police officer, politician G[7]
Paddick, HughHugh Paddick 1915–2000 English Actor G[8]
Padilla, RustomRustom Padilla b. 1965 Filipino Actor G[9]
Padilla, SteveSteve Padilla b. 1967 American Politician G[10]
Paglia, CamilleCamille Paglia b. 1947 American Teacher and social critic L[11]
Page, EllenEllen Page b. 1987 Canadian Actress L[12]
Page, KenKen Page b. 1954 American Actor G[13]
Paisley, DavidDavid Paisley b. 1979 Scottish Actor G[14]
Palahniuk, ChuckChuck Palahniuk b. 1962 American Writer G[15]
Pallenberg, AnitaAnita Pallenberg b. 1944 German Model, actor and fashion designer B[16]
Pallett, OwenOwen Pallett b. 1981 Canadian Musician G[17]
Pallone, DaveDave Pallone b. 1951 American Major League umpire G[18]
Palmer, AlisaAlisa Palmer b. ?[5] Canadian Theatre director, playwright L[19]
Palmer, AmandaAmanda Palmer b. 1976 American Musician B[20]
Palmer, Tom G.Tom G. Palmer b. 1956 American Writer G[21]
Palmer, ZoieZoie Palmer b. 1977 English-Canadian Actress L[22]
Pancake, SamSam Pancake b. ?[5] American Actor G[23]
Panozzo, ChuckChuck Panozzo b. 1948 American Musician G[24]
Pant, Sunil BabuSunil Babu Pant b. 1972 Nepalese Politician G[25]
Pantoja, AntoniaAntonia Pantoja 1922–2002 American Educator, social worker L[26]
Panych, MorrisMorris Panych b. 1952 Canadian Playwright G[27]
Panzi b. 1954 American Businessperson, LGBT rights activist G[28]
Papaioannou, DimitrisDimitris Papaioannou b. 1964 Greek Theatre director, choreographer, visual artist G[29]
Pappas, ChrisChris Pappas b. ? American Politician G[30]
Paquin, AnnaAnna Paquin b. 1982 New Zealander Actor B[31]
Paraskeva, JanetJanet Paraskeva b. 1946 English Civil servant L[7]
Paris, BobBob Paris b. 1959 American Bodybuilder G[32]
Parker, AnniseAnnise Parker b. 1956 American Politician L[33]
Parks, AlexAlex Parks b. 1984 English Musician, songwriter L[34]
Parks, DavidDavid Parks b. 1943 American Politician G[35]
Parnok, Sophia YakovlevnaSophia Yakovlevna Parnok 1885–1933 Russian Poet L[36]
Parr, LilyLily Parr 1905–1978 English Footballer L[37]
Parris, MatthewMatthew Parris b. 1949 English Journalist, former Member of Parliament G[7]
Parry, EvalynEvalyn Parry b. ?[5] Canadian Musician, actor, playwright L[38]
Parsi, ArshamArsham Parsi b. 1980 Iranian LGBT rights activist G[39]
Parsons, JimJim Parsons b. 1973 American Actor G[40]
Partch, HarryHarry Partch 1901–1974 American Composer, instrument builder G[41]
Partridge, JohnJohn Partridge b. 1971 English Actor G[42]
Partridge, NickNick Partridge b. ?[5] English Businessperson, AIDS activist G[7]
Pasatieri, ThomasThomas Pasatieri b. 1945 American Composer G[43]
Paolo Pasolini, PierPier Paolo Pasolini 1922–1975 Italian Writer, filmmaker G[44]
Passon, StacieStacie Passon b. ?[5] American Film director, screenwriter L[45]
Pater, WalterWalter Pater 1839–1894 English Writer, literary critic G[46]
Paton, TamTam Paton b. 1937 Scottish Businessperson G[47]
Patrick, PaulPaul Patrick b. 1950 English Teacher, LGBT rights activist G[48]
Patrick, RobertRobert Patrick b. 1937 American Playwright G[49]
Patterson, PatPat Patterson b. 1941 Canadian Wrestler G[50]
Patterson, RomaineRomaine Patterson b. 1977 American Radio personality, LGBT rights activist L[51]
Pattinson, DerekDerek Pattinson 1930–2006 English Civil servant, clergy G[52]
Patton, BradBrad Patton b. 1972 Swedish-Australian Pornographic actor, figure skater G[53]
Paul Oscar b. 1970 Icelandic Singer-songwriter, disc jockey G[54]
Paulson, SarahSarah Paulson b. 1974 American Actor L[55]
Paumen, MaartjeMaartje Paumen b. 1985 Dutch Field hockey player L[56]
Payn, GrahamGraham Payn 1918–2005 English Actor, partner of Noël Coward G[57]
Payne, WaylonWaylon Payne b. 1972 American Musician G[58]
Peace, HeatherHeather Peace b. 1976 English Actor, musician L[59]
Peaches b. 1968 Canadian Musician B[60]
Peake, SarahSarah Peake b. ?[5] American Politician L[61]
Pearce, DouglasDouglas Pearce p. 1956 English Musician G[62]
Pears, PeterPeter Pears 1910–1986 English Opera singer, partner of Benjamin Britten G[63]
Pearson, LeeLee Pearson b. 1974 British Paralympian G[64]
Peck, DaleDale Peck b. 1967 American Writer G[65]
Pedersen, JamieJamie Pedersen b. 1968 American Politician G[66]
Pell, PaulaPaula Pell b. 1963 American Screenwriter, actress G[67]
Peltzer, OttoOtto Peltzer 1900–1970 German World record holder in running G[68]
Pempengco, ChariceCharice Pempengco b. 1992 Filipino Singer L[69]
Penczak, ChristopherChristopher Penczak b. 1973 American Writer G[70]
Penna, SandroSandro Penna 1906–1977 Italian Writer G[71]
Pennette, MarcoMarco Pennette b. 1960 American Screenwriter G[72]
William Armstrong Percy III b. 1933 American Writer, historian G[73]
Percy, William AlexanderWilliam Alexander Percy 1885–1942 American Writer G[74]
Peres Da Costa, NealNeal Peres Da Costa b. 1964 Australian Musician G[75]
Perez, CharlesCharles Perez b. 1964 American Reporter, news presenter G[76]
Perez, JohnJohn Pérez b. 1969 American Politician G[77]
Perkins, AnthonyAnthony Perkins 1932–1992 American Actor B[78]
Perkins, SueSue Perkins b. 1969 English Comedian L[79]
Peron, DennisDennis Peron b. 1945 American LGBT rights activist, Politician G[80]
Perronne, Michael HollowayMichael Holloway Perronne b. 1974 American Writer G[81]
Perry, LindaLinda Perry b. 1965 American Musician L[82]
Perry, Troy D.Troy D. Perry b. 1940 American Clergy G[83]
Persky, StanStan Persky b. 1941 Canadian Writer G[84]
Peru, CocoCoco Peru b. ?[5] American Comedian G[85]
Peters, Julie AnneJulie Anne Peters b. 1952 American Writer L[86]
Peters, RobertRobert Peters b. 1924 American Poet, teacher G[87]
Peyrefitte, RogerRoger Peyrefitte 1907–2000 French Writer, diplomat G[88]
Phair, MichaelMichael Phair b. 1950 Canadian Politician G[89]
Phelps, KerrynKerryn Phelps b. 1957 Australian Physician L[90]
Prince Philipp of Hesse 1896–1980 German Nobleman, politician B[91]
Philippe I, Duke of Orléans 1640–1701 French Duke G[71]
Phillips, CarlCarl Phillips b. 1959 American Writer G[92]
Phillips, GretchenGretchen Phillips b. 1963 American Musician L[93]
Phillips, JoeJoe Phillips b. 1969 American Comic artist G[94]
Phillips, PaulPaul Phillips b. ?[5] American Musician G[95]
Phillips, RandyRandy Phillips b. 1990 American LGBT rights activist, military G[96]
Phinot, DominiqueDominique Phinot c. 1510–c. 1556 Franco-Flemish Composer G[97]
Phoenix, DeanDean Phoenix b. 1974 Mexican Pornographic actor G[98]
Phranc b. 1957 American Musician L[99]
Pichler, DavidDavid Pichler b. 1968 American Olympic diver G[100]
Piepzna-Samarasinha, Leah LakshmiLeah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha b. 1975 Canadian Poet, educator L[101]
Pierce, David HydeDavid Hyde Pierce b. 1959 American Actor G[102]
Pierson, JackJack Pierson b. 1960 American Artist G[103]
Pierson, KateKate Pierson b. 1948 American Musician (The B-52's) B[104]
Pillard, RichardRichard Pillard b. 1933 American Professor G[105]
Pinera, VirgilioVirgilio Piñera 1912–1979 Cuban Author, playwright G[106]
Pinero, MiguelMiguel Piñero 1946–1988 Puerto Rican Playwright, actor G[107]
Ping, NimrodNimrod Ping 1947–2006 English Architect, politician G[108]
Pinkham, DanielDaniel Pinkham 1923–2006 American Composer, musician G[43]
Pinnick, DougDoug Pinnick b. 1950 American Musician (King's X) G[109]
Pintauro, DannyDanny Pintauro b. 1976 American Actor G[110]
Pitter, AslieAslie Pitter b. ?[5] English Footballer G[111]
Plant, RichardRichard Plant 1910–1998 German Writer G[112]
Plaza, AubreyAubrey Plaza b. 1984 American Actress, comedian B[113]
Plotnick, JackJack Plotnick b. 1968 American Actor G[114]
Plüschow, GuglielmoGuglielmo Plüschow 1852–1930 German Artist G[115]
Pocan, MarkMark Pocan b. 1964 American Politician G[116]
Pockar, BrianBrian Pockar 1959–1992 Canadian Figure skater G[117]
Podeswa, JeremyJeremy Podeswa b. 1962 Canadian Film and television director G[118]
Polis, JaredJared Polis b. 1975 American Politician G[119]
Polk, Patrik-IanPatrik-Ian Polk b. 1973 American Television director, producer G[120]
Pollack, James B.James B. Pollack 1938–1994 American Astrophysicist G[121]
Pombo, ÁlvaroÁlvaro Pombo 1939 Spanish Writer G[122]
Pope, CaroleCarole Pope b. 1950 Canadian Musician L[123]
Portas, MaryMary Portas b. 1962 English Fashion designer L[124]
Porter, ColeCole Porter 1891–1964 American Composer G[43]
Porter, DorothyDorothy Porter 1954–2008 Australian Poet L[125]
Posen, ZacZac Posen b. 1980 American Fashion designer G[126]
Post, Sue-AnnSue-Ann Post b. 1964 Australian Comedian, writer L[127]
Potts, WallaceWallace Potts 1947–2006 American Film director, screenwriter, archivist G[128]
Poul, AlanAlan Poul b. 1954 American Film and television producer, director G[129]
Poulenc, FrancisFrancis Poulenc 1899–1963 French Composer B[71]
Power, KarinKarin Power b. 1982/83 American Politician L[130]
Powers, Kid CongoKid Congo Powers b. 1959 American Musician (The Gun Club, The Cramps, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds) G[131]
Powter, SusanSusan Powter b. 1957 Australian Author, fitness guru L[132]
Prather, MirandaMiranda Prather b. ?[5] American Student, hoax perpetrator L[133]
Pratt, LouiseLouise Pratt b. 1972 Australian Politician L[134]
Pratt, Minnie BruceMinnie Bruce Pratt b. 1946 American Writer, poet L[135]
Prentice, KeithKeith Prentice 1940–1992 American Actor G[136]
Preston, JohnJohn Preston 1945–1994 American Writer, LGBT rights activist G[137]
Price, AdamAdam Price b. 1968 Welsh Politician G[138]
Price, ChristopherChristopher Price 1967–2002 English Broadcaster G[139]
Price, DennisDennis Price 1915–1973 English Actor G[140]
Price, GordonGordon Price b. ?[5] Canadian Politician G[141]
Price, Mark de SollaMark de Solla Price b. 1960 American Writer, AIDS activist G[142]
Pries, LionelLionel Pries 1897–1968 American Architect, artist, professor G[143]
Prijdekker, PeterPeter Prijdekker b. 1948 Dutch Swimmer G[144]
Prinzzess b. 1985 American Porn Star B[145]
Proulx, ShaunShaun Proulx b. 1968 Canadian Writer G[146]
Proust, MarcelMarcel Proust 1871–1922 French Writer B[147]
Prufrock, AnimalAnimal Prufrock b. 1975 American Rock musician L[148]
Pugh, CharlesCharles Pugh b. 1971 American Journalist, politician G[149]
Puig, ManuelManuel Puig 1932–1990 Argentinian Writer G[150]
Pureka, ChrisChris Pureka b. ?[5] American Singer-songwriter G[151]
Py, OlivierOlivier Py b. 1965 French Director, actor, writer G[152]
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Q

Musicians Tegan and Sara
Theatre director José Quintero
Name Lifetime[5] Nationality Notable as Notes[6]
Qiao, QiaoQiao Qiao b. 1979 Chinese Musician L[153]
Quan, AndyAndy Quan b. 1969 Canadian Writer G[154]
Queen, CarolCarol Queen b. 1957 American Writer B[155]
Quilter, RogerRoger Quilter 1877–1953 English Composer G[43]
Quin, SaraSara Quin b. 1980 Canadian Musician (Tegan and Sara) L[156]
Quin, TeganTegan Quin b. 1980 Canadian Musician (Tegan and Sara) L[156]
Quinn, Christine C.Christine C. Quinn b. 1966 American Politician L[157]
Quinn, PatrickPatrick Quinn 1950–2006 American Actor G[158]
Alexandre Quintanilha b. 1945 Portuguese Biologist, educator G[159]
Quintero, JoséJosé Quintero 1924–1999 Panamanian Theatre director G[160]
Quinto, ZacharyZachary Quinto b. 1977 American Actor G[161]


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