Category talk:World Pride Power List 2014

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1 Laverne Cox, USA

2 Ellen DeGeneres, USA

3 Tom Daley

4 Stephen Fry

5 Sir Ian McKellen

6 Gok Wan

7 Clare Balding

8 Graham Norton

9 Elton John

10 Anthony Watson

11 Michael Cashman

12. Jane Lynch, USA

13. Peter Tatchell

14. Paul O'Grady

15. Jane Hill

16. Tim Cook, USA

17. Alan Carr

18. Charlie Condou

19. Mark Palmer-Edgecumbe

20. Sarah Kate Ellis, USA

21. Heather Peace

22. Lord Alli

23. Sue Perkins

24. Jodie Foster, USA

25. Elio Di Rupo, prime minister of Belgium

26. Tammy Baldwin, USA

27. Martina Navratilova, Czech / USA

28. Anderson Cooper, USA

29. Neil Patrick Harris, USA

30. Mary Portas,

31. Angela Eagle

32. Tom Ford,USA

33. Sarah Gilbert, USA

34. Dr Christian Jessen,

35. Antony Cotton

36. Chaz Bono, USA

37. Chris Bryant

38. Stella Duffy

39. Andy Woodfield

40. Ben Summerskill

41. Christopher Bailey

42. Vincent Francois

43. Zachary Quinto, USA

44. Margot James

45. Penny Wong, Australian senator

46. Russell Tovey

47. Sophie Ward

48. Ricky Martin, Puerto Rico

49. Dawn Airey

50. Rylan Clark

51. Sue Sanders

52. Jason Collins, USA

53. Michael Salter

54. Suran Dickson

55. Vladimir Luxuria, Italy

56. RuPaul, USA

57. Liz Bingham

58. Claire Harvey

59. Jeremy Heimans, Australia

60. Adam Lambert, USA

61. Monique Matheson, Nike

62. Caroline Murphy, activist Murphy is a Labour party activist, a union delegate, and a campaigner on LGBT issues and violence against women.

63. Holly Johnson

64. Nikolay Alexeyev, Russia

65. Todd Sears, USA

66. Phyll Opoku-Gyimah

67. Mark Abrahams

68. Alison McFadyen, head of audit, Standard Chartered Bank McFadyen is featured on the OUTStanding list of LGBT business leaders who show that being open about sexuality is barrier to success.

69. Johnathan Phang, TV personality and chef After many years working in the fashion industry, Phang began a new career as a chef, specialising in food from the Caribbean. He also hosts travel and cookery programmes on TV.

70. Daniel Winterfeldt

71. Portia de Rossi, Australia / USA

72. Wentworth Miller, actor and screenwriter Miller, who played the lead in Prison Break, made his screenwriting debut in 2013 with Stoker. He came out as gay in a letter to the St Petersburg film festival, declining their invitation due to Russia's anti-gay laws.

73. Nicky Moffat, consultant Ex-brigadier Moffat – formerly the most senior woman in the British Army – now runs a leadership consultancy.

74. Mark McLane

75. Michael Sam, USA

76. Val McDermid

77. Bisi Alimi

78. George Takei, USA

79. Michelle Hardwick, actor Hardwick is currently playing Vanessa Woodfield in Emmerdale. She publicly came out in July 2013.

80. Omar Sharif Jr, USA

81. Conchita Wurst, Austria

82. Thomas Hitzlsperger

83. Ruth Hunt

84. Paul Burston

85. Nick Grimshaw

86. Mary Lambert, USA

87. Craig Revel Horwood

88. Vinay Kapoor, diversity and inclusion manager, BNP Paribas, UK Kapoor founded BNP Paribas's Diversity Week, ensuring inclusion is an integral part of the bank's work.

89. Julie Bindel

90. Cynthia Nixon, USA

91. Jack Monroe

92. Jonathan Harvey

93. Lance Price

94. Diana King, Jamaica

95. Andre Banks, USA

96. Tim Sigsworth

97. Lucy Spraggan

98. Sherry Conway, flight lieutenant, RAF Conway, deputy chair of the RAF LGBT forum, ensures RAF policy reflects the needs of the RAF's LGBT community.

99. Horse MacDonald

100. Anna Grodzka, politician, Poland

Straight Allies

Sinitta, singer and reality star

Sinitta – gay icon whose songs include So Macho – gave her backing to the @Out4marriage campaign. Her campaign video explained her support for the right of same-sex couples around the world to marry.

Glyn Dean, RAF squadron leader

Squadron leader Glyn Dean works at the Royal Air Force College in Lincolnshire where she is responsible for recruitment strategies. She was awarded an MBE in the New Year's Honours list 2013 for her contribution to securing the RAF's reputation as an inclusive employer.

Lady Gaga, USA

David Cameron, prime minister

In March 2014, same-sex couples in the UK were given the same right to marry as opposite sex couples. Cameron has been a significant supporter of equal marriage, saying that he did not want sexuality to be a barrier to the support of marriage for all.

Curt Hess, CEO, Barclays

Given the "corporate straight ally of the year" accolade in April's Out In The City & G3 Magazine Awards, Hess considers that LGBT equality at work is both the right thing to do and a business imperative.

Joey Barton, footballer

Queens Park Rangers footballer, Barton, was awarded "celebrity straight ally of the year" at the Out in the City & g3 Magazine Awards in April. Recently, he spearheaded the Rainbow Laces campaign for equality in football.

Chris Sullivan, deputy chief executive, RBS

Sullivan was recognised as the 2011 European Diversity Champion of the Year for his work as a champion of equality across RBS. He has supported employee-led inclusion networks, including one for LGBT employees. The group's Rainbow Network is one of the largest LGBT networks in the banking sector.

John Bercow, speaker of the House of Commons

John Bercow has long been a supporter of equal marriage. He has won the Stonewall award for Politician of the Year for his work to support LGBT equality and is the president of the Kaleidoscope Trust, the charity that works on gay human rights globally.

Barack Obama, USA

A supporter of marriage equality, Barack Obama is committed to advancing LGBT rights. He led the military's full integration of gay service members, is supporting the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, and is now extending family benefits to legally married same-sex couples.

Ian Fisher, UK group head, Société Générale

Fisher was shortlisted in this year's Out in the City & g3 magazine awards for Corporate Straight Ally of the year. This accolade is for non-LGBT management who have taken positive action to support LGBT employees. Société Générale is also a sponsor of BFI Flare: London's LGBT film festival.