Celebrities who are out and proud

POSTED: 3:55 PM Jul 02 2012   UPDATED: 10:29 AM Dec 02 2015

"Two and a Half Men" star Holland Taylor recently confirmed she was in a relationship with woman, reportedly actress Sarah Paulson, but said she wasn't coming out "because I am out. I live out." See some of the other celebrities who are openly gay -- and proud of it.

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"Two and a Half Men" star Holland Taylor, 72, recently spoke out about being in a deeply committed relationship with a woman. While she did not name the woman during her appearance on WNYC's "Death, Sex & Money" podcast, People magazine reported several sources confirmed Taylor has been dating "American Horror Story" actress Sarah Paulson, 40, for a few months. However, Taylor said on the podcast that she has no interest in making her sexuality the topic of a political conversation. "I haven't come out because I am out," she said, adding, "I live out." See some of the other celebrities who are openly gay -- and proud of it.

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