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  • Ellen DeGeneres, talk show host, actress and comedian

  • Jodie Foster, Oscar-winning actress and director

  • Zachary Quinto, actor and producer (“Star Trek”)

  • Neil Patrick Harris, former “How I Met Your Mother” actor

  • Robin Roberts, “Good Morning America” anchor

  • Jane Lynch, former “Glee” actress and “Hollywood Game Night” host

  • Jim Parsons, Emmy-winning actor in  “The Big Bang Theory”

  • Raven-Symoné, former “That’s So Raven” star

  • Guillermo Diaz, actor (“Scandal”)

  • Maria Bello, “Prisoners” actress

  • Sarah Paulson, star of “American Horror Story”

  • Matt Bomer, actor (“White Collar,” “American Horror Story”)

  • Cynthia Nixon, former “Sex and the City” actress

  • Kristen Stewart, actress (“Twilight” series)

  • Holland Taylor, former “Two and a Half Men” actress

  • Adam Lambert, singer and “American Idol” alum

  • Elton John, singer

  • Sara Gilbert, actress and producer of “The Conners”

  • Cheyenne Jackson, actor (“30 Rock,” “American Horror Story”)

  • Colton Haynes, actor (“Teen Wolf,” “Arrow”)

  • Ellen Page, actress (“X-Men,” “Juno”)

  • Ben Whishaw, actor (“Spectre”)

  • Wanda Sykes, actress and comedian

  • Wentworth Miller, “Prison Break” star

  • Rosie O’Donnell, actress and former talk show host

  • Portia De Rossi, actress (“Scandal,” “Arrested Development”)

  • Ricky Martin, singer

  • Lily Tomlin, comedian and actress (“Grace & Frankie”)

  • Sam Smith, Oscar-winning singer and songwriter

  • Jesse Tyler Ferguson, “Modern Family” actor

  • Laverne Cox, “Orange Is the New Black” star

  • Barry Manilow, singer

  • Amandla Stenberg, actress (“Everything Everything”)

  • Daniela Vega, actress (“A Fantastic Woman”)

  • George Takei, former “Star Trek” actor

  • Ezra Miller, “Justice League” actor

  • Jillian Michaels, “The Biggest Loser” coach

  • Ian McKellen, actor in “The Lord of the Rings” and “X-Men” franchises

  • Sean Hayes, actor in “Will and Grace”

  • Taylor Schilling, “Orange Is the New Black” actress


  • Nikki Blonsky, actress in “Hairspray”


  • Meredith Baxter, “Family Ties” actress

  • Ruby Rose, “Orange Is the New Black” and “Batwoman” actress

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  • From actress Jane Lynch to actor Zachary Quinto to talk show host Ellen DeGeneres, stars who serve as inspirations for Pride Month

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