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Pride Month Stars who are out and proud to be in LGBTQ community as gay, lesbian, bisexual, non-binary in 2019

To commemorate the Stonewall riots of June 1969, the month of June was chosen for LGBT community to recognize a day of ‘liberation’ as many took to the streets, host events in pride. Talking about having equality to gender-orientation, 2019, so far has been a proud month. We saw Taiwan make history as it became the first Asian country to legalise same-sex marriage coming very much ahead since 2001 where the Netherlands became the very first country to ever legalize gay marriage. As the Pride Month which has indeed, been a proud month ends, let us look at some of the stars who have come out, ‘out-and-proud’.

News Nation Bureau | Updated : 22 June 2019, 03:19:35 PM
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To commemorate the Stonewall riots of June 1969, the month of June was chosen for LGBT community to recognize a day of ‘liberation’ as many took to the streets, host events in pride. Talking about having equality to gender-orientation, 2019, so far has been a proud month. We saw Taiwan make history as it became the first Asian country to legalise same-sex marriage coming very much ahead since 2001 where the Netherlands became the very first country to ever legalize gay marriage. As the Pride Month which has indeed, been a proud month ends, let us look at some of the stars who have come out, ‘out-and-proud’.
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Eugene Lee Yang: The social media star of ‘The Try Guys’ came out with a powerful contemporary dance video called, ‘Im Gay’
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Lilly Singh: The YouTube star came out Twitter ticking off boxes on a list reading "female, coloured, bisexual."
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Sam Smith: The Oscar-winning, "Dancing With a Stranger" singer came out as genderqueer and non-binary during an interview in March.
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Ariana Grande: While the pop star did not officially come out as the other stars, her lines, "I like women and men’’ from Monopoly suggests otherwise.
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Jonathan Van Ness: The ‘Gay of Thrones’ star came out as nonbinary in a June interview with ‘Out’.