Chris Evans The leading man discussed the controversial same-sex kiss in Lightyear in June 2021. Disney and Pixar refused to edit the brief smooch out of the film in some international territories, some of which (including Saudi Arabia, the U.A.E. and Kuwait) ultimately banned the movie.
Hugh Jackman The Logan actor has denied rumors about his own sexuality for many years but remains a staunch ally of the LGBTQ community. “I’m an A," he said during a 2019 concert. “That’s A for ally.”
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle The Duke and Duchess of Sussex showed their support for LGBTQIA+ rights during a meeting with delegates of the Commonwealth Youth Forum in 2018.
Prince William The Duke of Cambridge was named Straight Ally of the Year at the 2017 British LGBT Awards. "It's so important to be proud of the person you are," he said in his acceptance speech.
Taylor Swift The Grammy winner has become an advocate for the LGBTQ community over the years, with one of her first references of support appearing in 2014’s “Welcome to New York.”
Benedict Cumberbatch The Doctor Strange actor has often shared his strong beliefs on people’s right to love who they want to love. “People are being beheaded in countries right now because of their beliefs or sexual orientations.
Anne Hathaway The Hustle actress and her family left the Catholic Church when she learned her brother Michael was gay. “The whole family converted to Episcopalianism after my older brother came out," Hathaway told British GQ in May 2011.
Beyoncé and Jay-Z The couple were honored by GLAAD in 2019 for their support for the LGBTQIA+ community.
Lili Reinhart The Riverdale star came out as bisexual via Instagram in June 2020. “Although I’ve never announced it publicly before, I am a proud bisexual woman. And I will be joining this protest today.
Kylie Minogue In 2020, Gay Times magazine presented the pop icon, long beloved by the LGBTQ community, with the Honour for Allyship. “I am incredibly honored to receive this award," she said in a video speech accepting the award.
Jodie Sweetin After her former Full House costar Candace Cameron Bure made a controversial comment about Great American Family’s dedication to “traditional marriage” stories, Sweetin sided with the LGBTQ+ community.