20 Hot Celebrities You Didn’t Know Were Lesbians

Every day, it becomes just a little bit easier for celebrities to be open about their sexuality. With greater acceptance of lesbian orientations, it seems that many celebrities are willing to embrace who they are publicly and privately. Rosie O’Donnell and Ellen DeGeneres were just the beginning of brave women telling the world that they were lesbians and proud. Click through the list to see other female celebrities who are upfront about their sexuality and proud to be with the people they love.


1. Ellen Page

Ellen Page is known for movies and television, but on Valentine’s Day in 2014, she became known for announcing that she was gay at the Time to Thrive Conference. A year later, she was seen publicly with her partner Samantha Thomas. She is an advocate for LGBT rights, and she even appeared on the Ellen DeGeneres show talking about her cause and her relationship.

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  1. terry haskins

    May 4, 2017 at 10:21 pm

    this is so ridiculous. me and the entire world knew that the “celebrities” on here are gay. the ones i didn’t know were gay, are the ones i had never heard of…..so, i question your definition of celebrity. i also question your judgement as to the hotness of an individual.

  2. Felipe

    June 21, 2017 at 10:13 pm

    Same comment as Terry.
    The few recognized celebs listed here were already ‘out’ long ago, so no surprises. The others are unknown (?celebrities? I don’t think so), so who cares? And anyway, who cares who is or isn’t gay/lesbian any more?!? That’s like last century news. Yawn…

  3. Real

    January 6, 2018 at 5:41 am

    HOT CELEBS? Come on! Half of them are about as hot as a baboons ass.

  4. Michael Toups

    January 9, 2018 at 4:09 pm

    They all look lesbian at first glance.

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