Published On: Jul 02 2012 02:55:32 PM CDTUpdated On: Dec 02 2015 09:29:40 AM CST
"Two and a Half Men" star Holland Taylor, 72, recently spoke out about being in a deeply committed relationship with a woman. While she did not name the woman during her appearance on WNYC's "Death, Sex & Money" podcast, People magazine reported several sources confirmed Taylor has been dating "American Horror Story" actress Sarah Paulson, 40, for a few months. However, Taylor said on the podcast that she has no interest in making her sexuality the topic of a political conversation. "I haven't come out because I am out," she said, adding, "I live out." See some of the other celebrities who are openly gay -- and proud of it.
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Apple CEO Tim Cook
Five-time Olympic swimming gold medalist Ian Thorpe
Football player Michael Sam
Actress Ellen Page
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NBA center Jason Collins
"Good Morning America" anchor Robin Roberts
Men's figure skating champion Brian Boitano
Actor and YouTube star Lucas Cruikshank
Reporter Anderson Cooper
Actor Neil Patrick Harris
Actress and talk show host Ellen DeGeneres
Actress Portia de Rossi
Actor Rupert Everett
Actor Sir Ian McKellen
Suze Orman, financial adviser and television personality
Actor Richard Chamberlain
WNBA and Olympics basketball star Sheryl Swoopes
Actor T. R. Knight
Perez Hilton, celebrity blogger
Actress, comedian and talk show host Rosie O'Donnell
Richard Hatch, winner of "Survivor: Season One"
Singer Melissa Ethridge
Athlete Martina Navratilova
Actor Mario Cantone
Actress and comedian Lily Tomlin
Musician Lance Bass
Actor Nathan Lane
Carson Kressley from "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy"
John Waters, writer, director and actor
Singer Michael Stipe Of R.E.M.
Former NBA player John Amaechi
Director Gus Van Sant
Musician Sir Elton John
Actor David Hyde Pierce
Record executive and Dreamworks co-founder David Geffen
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