Top Ten LGBTQ Celebrities in 2022

    More celebrities have come out as LGBTQ+ people and flown the rainbow flag in the 2020s. While a person’s sexual preference or gender shouldn’t be front-page news any longer (Although Neosurf most certainly should be, check it out if you like making money), it’s crucial for young people, especially queer youth who are having a hard time accepting who they are, having accessible role models in the media. Here are all the famous people living their best lives and coming out as members of the LGBTQ+ community!

    • Trinity The Tuck

    “Years ago, after starting drag, I seriously questioned how I identified with my gender,” Trinity wrote. “That’s why I altered my body starting at the age of 21 to look more feminine and also started hormone therapy for a short period.”

    In an emotional March Instagram post, the All-Stars 4 co-winner and RuPaul’s Drag Race season 9 finalist came out as transgender and nonbinary. They shared their ongoing journey hoping that it would make others going through a similar experience feel more understood. They express their gratitude and spread the message that those struggling with their identity are not alone. They also say they don’t know where their journey will lead her, but they are ready to face the obstacles now.

    • Rebel Wilson

    Despite not identifying herself specifically, the Pitch Perfect and Senior Year actor came out in a June Instagram post where she revealed she has a girlfriend, a woman by the name of Ramona Agruma.

    Along with a rainbow emoji and the hashtag #LoveIsLove, she wrote in the sweet picture’s caption, “I thought I was searching for a Disney Prince. But maybe what I really needed all this time was a Disney Princess.”

    • Former Wassup member Jiae

    “It was difficult, hard, eventful, whether LG or BT.”

    Jiae posted a picture of herself and another girl on Instagram with the caption on July 15. She had previously shared her story, though, so this wasn’t the first time. The singer-turned-vlogger came out as bisexual in January of last year by posting a picture of her girlfriend on her Instagram story with the caption, “I love men and women. Do you understand?”

    After seeing conflicting responses to her post from the public on July 15, Jiae later disclosed that she is experiencing psychological problems as a result of the comments of haters. SPOTV News reports that on July 23, Jiae wrote on Instagram, “Please do not see me as a sinner. You better care about yourself, not me.”

    • Holland (Go Tae Seob)

    Before making his solo debut in 2018, he underwent extensive training with a label company in South Korea, which opposed the idea of him making his debut as a gay idol. Then Holland, whose real name is Go Tae Seob, decided to leave the label and make his independent music debut.

    “I wanted to prove that I am worthy of love, and that I’m worthy of achieving and being accomplished. I felt that was the only way I could love myself,” he remarked in an interview.

    Aside from peer bullying, South Korean society’s response to his debut was only mildly unfavorable, though he did receive encouragement from abroad. Although disclosing his sexual orientation cost him some job opportunities, not everyone was offended by it.

    When Holland released his first single, “Neverland,” he made a statement by including a scene in which he kisses a man to get people’s attention.

    • G-Dragon

    Everyone is interested in how G-Dragon might appear as a woman. He gleefully showed up in an androgynous photo shoot with the Vogue, sporting gorgeous curls and designer attire, and he candidly answered their questions. He is one of the pioneering idols to wear rainbow nail polish openly and has a gender-neutral sense of style.

    Because of his attire, the majority of people think G-Dragon is gay. He still needs to confirm the rumors about his sexual orientation. The crowd is waiting for him and is ready to welcome him exactly as he is.

    • Kristen Stewart

    Due to her relationships, the Hollywood actress who rose to fame with “Twilight” became a topic of conversation in the media. The 30-year-old has discussed the pressure of being called a “lesbian” at the age of 21 in the November issue of InStyle.

    • Biofrost

    Vincent Wang, a well-known League of Legends esports player from the UK, better known by his streaming handle Biofrost, made his sexual orientation public in a May Twitter statement.

    “I’m gay,” he wrote. “The gaming industry is rampant with sexism, prejudice, and homophobia. I don’t believe there’s a quick fix, but it starts with us holding ourselves to a higher standard and treating everyone with dignity. We need to educate people in esports of proper conduct within the workplace.”

    • Colman Domingo

    Colan Domingo has distinguished himself as one of the best and most versatile actors working today since making his Tony Award-winning debut in the Broadway smash “The Scottsboro Boys” in 2011.

    Whether he’s portraying the terrifying antagonist in “Zola,” Rue’s tough-love mentor in “Euphoria,” or a towering civil rights leader in “Selma,” there doesn’t seem to be anything he can’t do. In the upcoming biopic directed by George C. Wolfe, Domingo will portray gay civil rights leader Bayard Rustin as the grand culmination of his eclectic career.

    • Jaden Smith

    The son of actors Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith, Jaden Smith is well known for defying gender expectations and fusing masculine and feminine aesthetics. Jaden has established himself as an LGBTQ+ icon by defending the right to self-expression for his generation and the following. The rapper-singer told, “You just have to believe in yourself, you know. The world is going to keep bashing me for whatever I do, and I’m going to keep not caring.”

    • Demi Lovato

    In 2021, Lovato came out as gender non-binary and merely stated, “Love is Love.”

    “You can find it in any gender. I like the freedom of being able to flirt with whoever I want.”

    Lovato has frequently spoken openly about their “fluid” sexuality and urged fans to get involved with LGBTQ issues. Lovato wanted to support other people who identify outside of the gender binary after declaring that they are gender non-conforming.

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