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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.

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Opera singer Patricia Racette
Blues singer Ma Rainey
Tennis player Lisa Raymond
Musician Lou Reed
Astronaut Sally Ride
Politician Edgars Rinkēvičs
Author and journalist João do Rio
Footballer Ian Roberts
Canadian politician Svend Robinson
Choreographer Jerome Robbins
Actor Cesar Romero
Dancer and actor Ida Rubenstein
Civil rights activist Bayard Rustin
Poet Kay Ryan
Name Lifetime[5] Nationality Notable as Notes[6]
Peer Raben 1940–2007 German Composer G[7]
Keith Rabois b. ?[5] American Technology entrepreneur, executive, investor G[8]
Patricia Racette b. 1965 American Opera singer L[9]
María Rachid b. 1974 Argentine Politician, LGBT rights activist L[10]
Radclyffe b. 1950 American Writer L[11]
Fritz J. Raddatz 1931–2015 German Writer, biographer, literary critic B[12]
Eric Radford b. 1985 Canadian Figure skater G[13]
Friedrich Radszuweit 1876–1932 German Publisher, writer G[14]
James Rado b. 1932 American Actor, playwright, director, writer, composer B[15]
Radu cel Frumos 1437/1439–1475 Romanian Ruler of Wallachia G[16]
Jason Rae b. 1986 American Student G[17]
Kori Rae b. ?[5] American Film producer L[18]
Kyle Rae b. 1954 Canadian Politician G[19]
Gideon Raff b. 1972 Israeli Film director G[20]
Andrew Raftery b. 1962 American Painter G[21]
Gerome Ragni 1935–1991 American Actor, singer, songwriter, playwright B[22]
Justin Raimondo b. 1951 American Writer G[23]
Randy Rainbow b. 1981 American Comedian, singer, YouTube personality G[24]
Yvonne Rainer b. 1934 American Dancer, choreographer, filmmaker L[25]
Ma Rainey 1882–1939 American Blues musician B[26]
Traver Rains b. 1977 American Fashion designer B[27]
David Rakoff 1964–2012 American Writer, actor G[28]
Dack Rambo 1941–1994 American Actor B[29]
Emilia Ramboldt b. 1988 Swedish Ice hockey player L[30]
Ram Dass b. 1931 American Spiritual leader B[31]
Ahmad Danny Ramadan b. 1984 Syrian-Canadian Novelist, public speaker, columnist, and a gay refugee activist G[32]
Sara Ramirez b. 1975 Mexican-American Actor, singer, songwriter B[33]
Carlos Ramirez-Rosa b. 1989 American Politician G[34]
Manuel Ramos Otero 1948–1990 Puerto Rican Writer G[35]
Benny Nemerofsky Ramsay b. 1973 Canadian Artist G[36]
James Randi b. 1928 Canadian-American Magician, scientific skeptic G[37]
Vicki Randle b. 1954 American Pop/jazz musician L[38]
Sridhar Rangayan b. 1962 Indian Filmmaker G[39]
Jessica Rankin b. 1971 Australian Artist L[40]
Andrew Rannells b. 1978 American Actor G[41]
Al Rantel b. 1955 American Talk show host G[42]
R. Raj Rao b. 1955 Indian Writer, poet, LGBT rights activist G[43]
Guglielmo Rapinett 1843–1912 Maltese Politician, lawyer, magistrate G[44]
Megan Rapinoe b. 1985 American Soccer player L[45]
Anthony Rapp b. 1971 American Actor B[46]
Ian Iqbal Rashid b. 1965 Canadian-British Poet, screenwiter, filmmaker G[47]
Pongsak Rattanapong (aka Aof) b. 1985 Thai Singer, actor G[48]
Terence Rattigan 1911–1977 English Playwright G[49]
Jonathan Rauch b. 1960 American Writer G[50]
Robert Rauschenberg b. 1925 American Artist G[51]
Øyvind Rauset b. 1971 Norwegian Rock musician, artist G[52]
Arlene Raven 1944–2006 American Art historian, writer L[53]
Raven-Symoné b. 1985 American Actor L[54]
Amy Ray b. 1964 American Folk-rock musician (Indigo Girls) L[55]
Johnnie Ray 1927–1990 American Pop musician G[56]
Nicholas Ray 1911–1979 American Film director B[57]
Tamal Ray b. 1985/1986 British Baker, columnist, and doctor G[58]
Gene Raymond 1908–1998 American Actor B[59]
Lisa Raymond b. 1973 American Tennis player L[60]
Monica Raymund b. 1986 American Actor B[61]
Toshi Reagon b. 1964 American Folk-rock musician L[62]
Peeter Rebane b. 1973 Estonian Film producer, director, entrepreneur G[63]
Ricky Rebel b. 1980 American Singer-songwriter, dancer, musician B[64]
John Rechy b. 1934 American Writer G[65]
Jeffrey Reddick b. ?[5] American Screenwriter G[66]
Michael Redgrave 1908–1985 English Actor B[67]
Alfred Redl 1864–1913 Austrian Military officer, spy G[68]
Joe Redner b. 1940 American Strip club owner G[69]
Tasya van Ree b. 1976 American Artist, photographer L[70]
Caitriona Reed b. 1949 American Zen sensei B[71]
Lou Reed 1942–2013 American Musician, songwriter B[72][73]
Phil Reed 1949–2008 American Politician G[74]
Robert Reed 1932–1992 American Actor G[75]
Dee Rees b. 1977 American Film director, screenwriter L[76]
Kenneth Reeves b. 1951 American Mayor G[77]
Charles A. Reich b. 1928 American Writer, activist, legal scholar G[78]
Forrest Reid 1875–1948 Irish Writer G[79]
Melissa Reid b. 1987 English Golfer L[80]
Robert Reid-Pharr b. ?[5] American Literary/cultural critic, professor G[81]
Charles Nelson Reilly 1931–2007 American Actor G[82]
Rio Reiser 1950–1996 German Rock musician (Ton Steine Scherben) G[83]
Jacob Reitan b. 1982 American LGBT rights activist G[84]
Jennifer Diane Reitz b. 1959 American Computer programmer, cartoonist, gender rights advocate B[85]
Mary Renault 1905–1983 English Writer L[86]
Denise Restout 1915–2004 French Musician L[87][88][89]
Glen Retief b. ?[5] South African Writer G[90]
Yolanda Retter 1947–2007 American Librarian, archivist, scholar, activist L[91]
Gerard Reve 1923–2006 Dutch Writer G[92]
Nina Revoyr b. 1969 American Author, children's advocate L[93]
Bebe Rexha b. 1989 American Singer-songwriter B[94]
Lady Rhea b. ?[5] American Writer L[95]
Stephen Rhodes b. 1984 American Stock car racing driver G[96]
Max Rhyser b. 1982 Danish-American-Israeli Actor G[97]
Øystein Rian b. 1945 Norwegian Historian G[98]
Conrad Ricamora b. 1979 American Actor G[76]
Jason Ricci b. 1974 American Blues musician G[99]
Christopher Rice b. 1978 American Writer G[100]
Dylan Rice b. 1976 American Singer-songwriter G[101]
Santino Rice b. 1974 American Fashion designer G[102]
Adrienne Rich b. 1929 American Poet L[103]
Maurice Richard b. 1946 Canadian Politician G[104]
Bill Richardson b. 1955 Canadian Writer, radio personality G[105]
Kieron Richardson b. 1986 English Actor G[106]
Tony Richardson 1928–1991 English Film director B[107]
Helen Richardson-Walsh b. 1981 English Field hockey player L[108]
Kate Richardson-Walsh b. 1980 English Field hockey player L[108]
Sviatoslav Richter 1915–1997 Russian Classical musician G[109]
Charles Ricketts 1866–1931 English Artist, writer G[110]
Sally Ride 1951–2012 American Astronaut, first American woman in space, first openly LGBT astronaut L[111][112][113][114]
Keith Ridgway b. 1965 Irish Author G[115]
Rod Riffler 1907–1941 Croatian Choreographer, Holocaust victim G[116]
Marlon Riggs 1957–1994 American Filmmaker G[117]
Greg Rikaart b. 1977 American Actor G[118]
Arthur Rimbaud 1854–1891 French Poet G[119]
Nils Johan Ringdal 1952–2008 Norwegian Writer, historian G[120]
Edgars Rinkēvičs b. 1973 Latvian Politician, official G[121]
Pío del Río Hortega 1882–1945 Spanish Neuroscientist G[122]
João do Rio 1881–1921 Brazilian Writer G[123]
Ana Lucía Riojas Martínez b. ?[5] Mexican Politician L[124]
Cassandra Rios 1932—2002 Brazilian Writer, novelist L[125]
Emily Rios b. 1989 American Actor L[126]
Frank Ripploh 1949–2002 German Actor, film director, author G[127]
Adam Rippon b. 1989 American Figure skater G[128]
Louise Ritter b. 1958 American Track and field athlete L[129]
Herb Ritts 1952–2002 American Photographer G[130]
Marialy Rivas b. ?[5] Chilean Screenwriter, film director L[131]
Jerome Robbins 1918–1998 American Choreographer G[132]
Carolina de Robertis b. 1975 Uruguayan-American Author, teacher L[133]
Danny Roberts b. 1977 American Actor, LGBT rights activist G[134]
Ian Roberts b. 1965 Australian Rugby League Footballer G[135]
Robin Roberts b. 1960 American News anchor L[136]
Thomas Roberts b. 1972 American News anchor G[137]
Grant Robertson b. 1971 New Zealand Politician G[138]
Ronald Robertson 1937–2000 American Figure skater G[139]
Angela Robinson b. 1971 American Filmmaker L[140]
Beth Robinson b. 1965 American Justice of the Vermont Supreme Court L[141]
Frank M. Robinson b. 1926 American Writer G[142]
Gene Robinson b. 1947 American Bishop G[143]
Svend Robinson b. 1952 Canadian Politician G[144]
Tom Robinson b. 1950 English Rock musician, DJ B[145]
Mo Rocca b. 1969 American Writer, comedian G[146]
Mazo de la Roche 1879–1961 Canadian Writer G[147]
H. A. Sinclair de Rochemont 1901–1942 Dutch Nazi collaborator G[148]
Jeff Rock b. 19?? Canadian Metropolitan Community Church of Toronto pastor G[149]
Jamey Rodemeyer 1997–2011 American Blogger, suicide victim G[150]
Robert Rodi b. 1956 American Writer G[151]
João Pedro Rodrigues b. ?[5] Portuguese Film director G[152]
Jai Rodriguez b. 1979 American Reality show host, actor, cabaret musician G[153]
Juana María Rodríguez b. ?[5] American Professor, theorist B[154]
Michelle Rodriguez b. 1978 American Actor, screenwriter, DJ B[155]
Patricia Yurena Rodríguez b. 1990 Spanish Actor, model, beauty queen, and the 1st openly lesbian international beauty queen and Miss Spain L[156]
Richard Rodriguez b. 1944 American Writer G[157]
Manuel Rodríguez Lozano 1896–1971 Mexican Artist B[158]
Craig Rodwell 1940–1993 American Gay rights activist, organizer & writer. G[159]
John Roecker b. 1966 American Filmmaker G[160]
Ruth Margarete Roellig 1878–1969 German Writer L[161]
Eric Rofes 1954–2006 American Writer G[162]
Howard Roffman b. 1955 American Photographer, lawyer G[163]
Alan G. Rogers 1967–2008 American Soldier, LGBT rights activist G[164]
Gerry Rogers b. 1964 Canadian Filmmaker, politician L[165][166]
Robbie Rogers b. 1987 American Professional soccer player G[167]
Craig Rogerson b. 1965 Australian Diver G[168]
Ernst Röhm 1887–1934 German Military officer G[169]
Jeff Rohrer b. 1958 American Ex-NFL football player G[170]
Yulimar Rojas b. 1995 Venezuelan Track and field athlete L[171]
Frederick Rolfe 1860–1913 English Writer G[172]
Ron Romanovsky b. ?[5] American Musician (Romanovsky and Phillips) G[173]
Anthony Romero b. 1965 American Executive Director of the ACLU G[174]
Cesar Romero 1907–1994 American Actor G[175]
Gabriel Romero b. ?[5] Mexican Actor G[176]
Frank Ronan b. 1963 Irish Novelist G[177]
Jim Rondeau b. 1959 Canadian Politician G[178]
Trine Rønning b. 1982 Norwegian Footballer L[179]
Samantha Ronson b. 1977 English DJ B[180]
Don Roos b. 1959 American Filmmaker G[181]
Esther Roper 1868–1938 English Suffragist L[182]
Horacio Roque Ramírez 1969–2015 Salvadoran-American Historian G[183]
Ned Rorem b. 1923 American Contemporary classical composer, diarist G[184]
Hayden Rorke 1910–1987 American Actor G[185]
Will Roscoe b. 1964 American Writer G[186]
Felipe Rose b. 1954 American Pop musician (Village People) G[187]
George Rose 1920–1988 English Tony Award-winning actor G[188]
Ruby Rose b. 1986 Australian Model, Disc jockey, recording artist, actor, television presenter L[189]
Hilary Rosen b. 1958 American Recording industry leader, TV commentator L[190]
Mark Brennan Rosenberg b. ? American Author, comedian G[191]
Stan Rosenberg b. 1949 American Politician G[192]
Bill Rosendahl b. 1945 American Politician G[193]
Paul Rosenfels 1909–1985 American Social scientist G[194]
Paul Rosenthal b. ? American Politician G[195]
Maer Roshan b. ?[5] American Writer G[196]
Grace Ross b. 1961 American Politician L[197]
Robbie Ross 1869–1918 Canadian Journalist, art critic G[198]
Sinclair Ross 1908–1996 Canadian Banker, writer G[199]
Sal Rosselli b. 1949 American Labor leader G[200]
Portia de Rossi b. 1973 Australian Actor, wife of Ellen DeGeneres L[201]
Martin Rossiter b. 1970 Welsh Rock musician (Gene) G[202]
Petra Rossner b. 1966 German Cyclist L[203]
Gabriel Rotello b. 1953 American Writer, producer G[204]
Ernie Roth 1926–1983 American Professional wrestling manager G[205]
Jim Roth b. 1968 American Politician G[206]
Vanessa Rousso b. 1983 American Professional poker player L[207]
Olivier Rousteing b. 1985 French Fashion designer G[208]
Alma Routsong 1924–1996 American Writer L[209]
Olivier Rouyer b. 1955 French Footballer G[210]
A. L. Rowse 1903–1997 English Historian, writer G[211]
Bert V. Royal b. 1977 American Screenwriter, playwright G[212]
Patricia Rozema b. 1958 Canadian Film director L[213]
Ruan Ji 210–263 Chinese One of the Seven Sages of the Bamboo Grove G[214]
Steve Rubell 1943–1989 American Co-owner of Studio 54 G[215]
Dave Rubin b. 1976 American Comedian G[216]
Gayle Rubin b. 1949 American Cultural anthropologist L[217]
Ida Rubinstein 1883–1960 Russian Actor, dancer B[218]
Seth Rudetsky b. ?[5] American Writer, radio personality G[219]
Scott Rudin b. 1958 American Film producer G[220]
Paul Rudnick b. 1957 American Writer, screenwriter G[221]
Kathy Rudy b. ?[5] American Ethicist, writer L[222]
Kurt von Ruffin 1901–1996 German Holocaust survivor G[223]
Adamo Ruggiero b. 1986 Canadian Actor G[224]
Deb Ruggiero b. 1958 American Politician, radio personality L[225]
Mike Ruiz b. 1964 American Actor, film director G[226]
Pablo Ruiz b. 1975 Argentine Pop singer G[227]
Jane Rule b. 1931 Canadian Author L[228]
RuPaul (stage name) b. 1960 American Drag queen, actor, model, singer, songwriter, television personality, and author. G[229]
Michael Rupert b. 1951 American Actor G[230]
Laurent Ruquier b. 1963 French Journalist, TV and radio host G[231]
Herbert Rusche b. 1952 German Politician G[232]
Matthew Rush b. 1972 American Actor G[233]
Stella Rush b. 1925 American Journalist, activist L[234]
Joanna Russ b. 1937 American Writer L[235]
Ada Dwyer Russell 1863–1952 American Actor L[236]
Arthur Russell 1952–1992 American Pop musician G[237]
P. Craig Russell b. 1951 American Comic artist G[238]
Albert Russo b. 1943 Belgian Writer G[239]
Renato Russo 1960–1996 Brazilian Rock musician (Legião Urbana) G[240]
Vito Russo 1946–1990 American Activist, writer G[241]
Bayard Rustin 1912–1987 American Civil rights activist G[242]
Elizabeth Ruth b. 1968 Canadian Writer L[243]
Nancy Ruth b. 1942 Canadian Politician L[244]
Paul Rutherford b. 1959 English Pop musician (Frankie Goes to Hollywood) G[245]
Ryan b. 1978 Indonesian Serial killer G[246]
Bill Ryan b. 1955 Canadian Professor G[247]
Kay Ryan b. 1945 American 16th Poet Laureate of the United States L[248]
Sara Ryan b. 1971 American Writer, librarian B[249]
John Rykener fl. 1390s British Transvestite prostitute G[250]
Geoff Ryman b. 1951 Canadian-English Writer G[251]


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