Even in the 21st century, LGBT is a very sensitive topic to talk about in a few sections of the society. But, these Hollywood celebrities strongly support the LGBT community.
Only only have they supported them, but also been powerful advocates and fought for their rights. Let's have a look at the amount of contributions made by these celebrities towards helping the LGBTs.
Miley Cyrus has always been an outspoken advocate of the LGBT communicate, especially, the homeless LGBT youth.
Brad Pitt donated $1,00,000 towards prevention of passage of a bill that would have made same-sex marriage illegal in the state!
The singer is regarded a gay icon and thanks the LGBT community for most of her success. Her song 'Born This Way' is considered a gay anthem.
The actor once said, 'I'm not going to let anyone make it seem like being gay is bad thing...Who does it hurt if someone thinks I'm gay?'
The Harry Potter actor closely works with an organization that helps the LGBT youth deal with suicidal thoughts.
As an actor shows like 'Orange is the New Black', the actor Laverne Cox has been a major voice behind the trans community.
The singer founded the Elton John Aids Foundation in 1992, which provides resources for the people from the LGBT community who are suffering from the deadly illnesses.
Angelina Jolie and husband had publicly announced that they wouldn't get married until the marriage equality was available to all!
The Hunger Games actor is the youngest recipient of GLAAD Vanguard Award, which he won for his contribution towards the LGBT community.
One doesn't have to necessarily belong to a certain section of the society to help anyone. It is very kind of the celebrities to come out and help the LGBT community.
Miley Cyrus took one of the homeless LGBT youth as her date for American Music Awards. He even gave the acceptance speech for Miley and told the industry to help the people within LGBT.
Lady Gaga has performed at the San Francisco Pride event, where she was a vocal opponent of the U.S military's 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' policy!
RuPaul's Drag Race won GLAAD's award for its message towards empowerment and acceptance within the LGBT community.
Neil Patrick Harris, famously known for his role Barney Stinson on the show How I met Your Mother, is a proud gay in real life. He is another celebrity who is powerful advocate of the LGBT community.
He's worked with the Human Right's Campaign for Marriage Equality Initiative, and he also co-hosted the Democratic National Committee's LGBT Gala with Barack Obama.
The rapper Macklemore gained a lot of importance withing LGBT through his song 'Same Love' that talks about the equal right for the LGBT community people.