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Attended Warsaw's Euro Pride rally to persuade the Polish Law and Justice party to moderate its hard-line stance.15 (17) John Barrowman Actor and singer The unstoppable hunk powers on: he gleamed brighter than ever in the glossy American co-production Torchwood: Miracle Day, flaunting Captain Jack's gay "mortal needs".
Then there's the tour, the accompanying best-of CD, the men's beauty range, the forthcoming co-authored children's novel....16 (76) Will Young Singer Ten years on from Pop Idol, in August the debonair crooner confirmed his position as our most successful TV talent-show graduate with his third No 1 album, Echoes.
10 (40) Heather Peace Actress and singer With 255 nominations in our public voting process, Peace was by far the most popular with you.
Yorkshire-born, she has played gay and straight characters in shows such as Emmerdale, The Bill and Lip Service.
Davies has played one-day and Twenty20 cricket for England since making his debut in 2009.13 (11) Simon Hughes Deputy leader, Lib Dems Outside government, but influential as Nick Clegg's deputy and the "conscience" of his party.
Kept his sexuality private for years until he was outed by The Sun.
Bailey, as part of the team that moved Burberry away from associations with downmarket rip-offs of its famous check, is credited with turning the brand into one of the most desired British design houses, popular in the Far East and Europe.12 (new entry) Steven Davies Cricketer Steven Davies became the first international cricketer to announce he is gay.
More than just a cheery voice, he showed courage in confronting Uganda's endemic homophobia for a recent BBC 3 documentary The World's Worst Place to be Gay?
In a civil partnership with radio newsreader Alice Arnold (see 79).5 (10)Sue Perkins Comedian and TV presenter The genial comic has seen her career rise like a soufflé this year thanks to her presenting stint on cult TV triumph The Great British Bake Off.
Elsewhere, she has continued to thrive on Radio 4, while softening the blow of Times restaurant critic Giles Coren in their series, The Supersizers Eat ....6 (4) Evan Davis Radio 4 Today presenter As well as playing good cop to Today's John Humphrys, with his soft grilling technique, the 49-year-old former economics editor also appears on TV, hosting Dragons' Den and a three-part investigation of the economy, Made in Britain.
'." Barnes "came out" on Teachers' TV, and says: "It's ignorance that causes homophobia – once educated, attitudes change.
Sometimes it's a deep-rooted hatred which takes a long time to change.