7 Hollywood Same-Sex Couples We Love ...


These adorable Hollywood same-sex couples have expressed their love to the world, in a time when same-sex marriage is such a talked-about topic. These couples show that true love exists in many forms, and speak out about equality for all. I just can’t handle how sweet and wonderful these beautiful Hollywood same-sex couples are!

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Jesse Tyler Ferguson & Justin Mikita

Jesse Tyler Ferguson & Justin Mikita Modern Family star, Jesse Tyler Ferguson got engaged to his gorgeous partner of two years, Justin Mikita, in September of 2012. They were married in New York City in July of 2013, in the company of friends and family. The two run a not-for-profit charity called Tie the Knot, raising funds in support of same-sex marriage by selling bow ties. They are just one of many Hollywood same-sex couples that are very outspoken in their support for worldwide same-sex marriage.


David Furnish & Sir Elton John

David Furnish & Sir Elton John The relationship between Sir Elton John and filmmaker David Furnish started back in 1993, and they were one of the first couples to join in civil partnership in the United Kingdom, in December 2005. The couple, Sir Elton in particular, are very outspoken in their support of same-sex marriage and they have two children together.


Jim Parsons & Todd Spiewak

Jim Parsons & Todd Spiewak Even though Jim Parsons, aka Sheldon from the Big Bang Theory, says that he and his partner (Todd Spiewak, an art director) have a “regular life, boring love”, this doesn’t stop them from being simply lovely. The two aren’t very public people, and they spend their time drinking coffee and walking the dog. They’ve been together for about twelve years.


David Burtka & Neil Patrick-Harris

David Burtka & Neil Patrick-Harris The beloved NP-H does just about everything! He’s an actor, a director, a singer and a producer. He may play a woman-loving fox on How I Met Your Mother, but in reality, he couldn’t be more in love with his fiancé, David Burtka. They’ve been together since 2004 and have twins - a boy and a girl - that were born via a surrogate mother.


Ellen DeGeneres & Portia De Rossi

Ellen DeGeneres & Portia De Rossi There is arguably no couple, same-sex or otherwise, more beautiful than Ellen and Portia. The two were married in 2008 in the company of only nineteen people, and in 2010 Portia legally changed her name to Portia Lee James DeGeneres. They live in Beverly Hills with four cats and three dogs.


Ryan Murphy & David Miller

Ryan Murphy & David Miller Ryan Murphy, the mastermind behind Glee, American Horror Story and Nip/Tuck, just to name a few, is married to photography David Miller. The two had a son via surrogacy in 2012, called Logan Phineas. The two can often be spotted together, but they do very much like to keep their private lives private.


John Barrowman & Scott Gill

John Barrowman & Scott Gill The amazingly talented John Barrowman met his husband, Scott Gill, after Scott went to see him perform in a play. After entering into a civil partnership, they were married in July of 2013. John is extremely outspoken about gay rights and worked with the organisation Stonewall on a campaign to end homophobia in schools.

It goes without saying that these couples are amazing - I for one hope they never split! All of them are wonderful in their support of gay rights and same-sex marriage, helping to push the world in the direction of equality. Who is your favourite famous same-sex couple?

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I mean no disrespect to anyone here with a different opinion or to any of the celebrities mentioned in the post however I cannot agree with homosexuality. To those of you that have mentioned the Bible, the Bible does say to love our neighbour and we are encouraged to respect everyone but that doesn't mean that we have to respect or agree with their decisions. God has given us moral standards and if we profess to serve him we'll follow them. For instant 1 Corinthians 6:9 says 'Do not be misled. Those who are sexually immoral, idolaters, adulterers, men who submit to homosexual acts, men who practise homosexuality... Will not inherit Gods kingdom". Also Leviticus 20:13 says "if a man lies down with a male... Both of them have done a detestable thing". And of course, they both apply to women too. Many of you probably don't believe in the Bible so those verses won't mean anything to you, however, if any of you here claim to be Christians, claim to love God and to believe in the Bible then I am sure you will respect Gods wishes and his standards of right and wrong more than mere humans opinions. Just because the majority of people believe something doesn't make it right. We don't have to agree with homosexuality just because the media wants us to and just because gay propaganda is forced down our throats everyday. That being said, I'm not condoning hate acts against homosexuals and everyone deserves to be treated with respect and kindness regardless of whether we agree with them.

I look forward to the day when a couple is just a couple, regardless of whether they are M/F, F/F, M/M, trans or whatever. Love should be celebrated, not scorned. What business is it of ours who other people love?


people are entitled to making the decision of who or what they want to love but in all honesty if you travel through the history of the world and the majority of ancient societies they were all a lot better off when homosexuality was a punishable offense. two parent homes, safer communities, and NO AIDS... I'm just saying it's a reason why our great grandparents are morally superior to us and ran a much better country. I feel you @b

@Brittney J please read several book every African orphan doesn't have aids idiot, aids started in the 70's to END homosexuality but closeted gays began sleeping with women so of course it spread, and how has interracial marriage helped your community/culture as a black woman you should care more about your people and not just the one that you think are dying in Africa from aids and you know damn well that being black isn't a fucking choice I didn't wake up an day I think I'll be black today so don't compare the to. I had more freedoms before our people were stripped of our culture.

@meg if you knew how to read, you'd know I said nothing about AIDS first of all and second, who ever said I share the same beliefs as my parents? you don't know me, so don't tell me about my life. Second of all, good for you. you live in Africa... are they dealing with homosexual laws right now? didn't think so. America is. Apparently you're nowhere near America so mind your own business maybe? and worry about your own african problems.

They are all so cute c:

lovely couples ;-)

Kassidy please have several seats. Last I checked AIDS is a pervasive problem in all parts of the world. The fact that is making orphans in Africa in the Middle East at alarming rates makes your argument defunct. Homosexuality is no moral stain on any society or nation. It is the intolerance therein that is abhorrent. If I were to use your same reasoning we could also say that many older folks of an earlier generation would say the about interracial marriages. It is truly one's personal choice about whom to love yes, but it is my civic duty never impede on personal choice. Sexual activity, by two consenting adults, has NO place in the court room. What a travesty that someone so young, living in a world that's sooo progressive could still be short sighted. From your picture, your are black AND a woman I'm sure many of the "morally superior" that you've lauded would not have approved of all the freedoms you currently enjoy.

the number 4 are the CUTEST COUPLES!!!!!!!!!! Come on,who doesn't agree?

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