Someday, the following list will not be necessary.

Someday, celebrities will not need to make any sort of official announcement regarding their sexuality because, quite simply, no one will care and society will be fully accepting of all orientations.

Posted in: Ellen Page

Glee star Jane Lynch narrates a new documentary about LGBT rights in America, featuring a candid interview with President Obama and doubling as a de facto campaign ad for the reelection-seeking Commander-in-Chief in 2012.

The documentary-style commercial highlights Obama's achievements over the past three years, most notably ending the military's Don’t Ask Don’t Tell policy and most recently coming out with full support for same-sex marriage.

Posted in: Jane Lynch

Emmys host Jane Lynch certainly didn't rein herself in Sunday, taking shots early and often. Amusingly, the Jersey Shore cast played along in a pre-recorded spoof.

Introduced as a CNN report by Anderson Cooper, in what he called "a sobering look at the future of television," Lynch appeared as a woman named Donatella Alberghetti Mangiana D'Borgia (who could almost pass for Teresa Giudice).

Posted in: Emmy Awards

Among other entertainment industry heavyweights, Anne Hathaway, Martin Sheen, Jane Lynch and Ellen DeGeneres signed an open letter sponsored by Freedom to Marry, a New York-based group promoting same-sex marriage rights.

Just weeks after President Obama's administration announced it would no longer legally defend the Defense of Marriage act, his supporters want him to go further.

Posted in: Anne Hathaway