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Pauli Murray was a poet, a writer, a feminist, a labor organizer, a civil rights lawyer, and then finally, an Episcopal priest. But she also had a secret.

Visual activist and photographer Zanele Muholi documents the LGBT communities that don't have a voice in their own countries because of the lack of rights.

From the reality TV show The Real World to a nationally-recognized sports athlete and Crossfit coach. bisexual Emily Schromm has come a long way.

Djuna Barnes occupies a prominent place in lesbian history for writing some of the most influential books on lesbianism, but she refused to identify as one.

A feminist and lesbian radical artist, zine publisher, photographer, and filmmaker, K8 Hardy does queer art that crosses borders and asks questions. .

Writer Jane Bowles was overshadowed by her husband and fellow writer, Paul Bowles. But her underrated stories have been regarded as the work of a genius.

Doubles star Casey Dellacqua garnered the spotlight recently after speaking out against tennis legend and fellow Australian Margaret Court.

Tove Jansson from Finland was a well-known children's book author and illustrator, but it's not as well-known that she went on to prefer women.

Professional squash superstars Duncalf and Grinham recently came out as gay and revealed that they are in a romantic relationship with each other. Australia’s Rachael Grinham (former World No. 1) and England’s Jenny Duncalf (former World

Gertrude Stein was an American author and poet known for her modernist writings. She was an influential member of the "Lost Generation," a term she coined.