Our all-time favourite lesbian celebs
With Ellen Page's big announcement, we think it's time to celebrate our favourite gay celebrities
The Canadian Inception actress, Ellen Page, stunned us all while delivering a speech at the Human Rights Campaign's "Time to Thrive" conference when she revealed that she is gay.
Bisexual American actress Cynthia Nixon stole our hearts as Miranda in Sex and the City.
It's no secret that stand-up comedian Ellen DeGeneres is one of our favourite people of all time.
Our own Lindie Stander, a Christian, has faced discrimination from the Church for her sexual orientation.
South African musician PJ Powers has never officially "come out", but she is set to tackle her sexual orientation and many other issues close to her heart with her new show Firefly
Portia de Rossi
The stunningly beautiful Arrested Development star Portia de Rossi only publicly began to discuss her sexual orientation in 2005, soon after beginning her relationship with Ellen DeGeneres.
Comedian writer, actress and voice artist, Wanda Sykes, who publically came out as gay during a 2008 same-sex marriage rally in Las Vegas, is an inspiration.
We've always loved openly lesbian American actress, singer and comedian Jane Lynch. Image: Getty
Actress, film director and producer Jodie Foster has had one amazing career. She's never officially "come out" as gay, but casually mentioned her sexuality at the 2013 Golden Globes.
American musician Melissa Etheridge has been an iconic gay rights activist since her public coming out in 1993. Image: Getty
Co-host and creator of daytime show "The Talk", Sarah Gilbert came out in 2001. Image: Getty