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Such icons can be of any sexual orientation or gender; if LGBT, they can be out or not.Although most gay icons have given their support to LGBT social movements, some have expressed opposition, advocating against a perceived "homosexual agenda".

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He included a reenactment of her execution in his 1947 play The Maids.

Modern gay icons in entertainment include film stars and musicians, most of whom have strong, distinctive personalities, and many of whom died young or under tragic circumstances.

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Similarly, in European countries such as the Netherlands, Dutch singer and actress Willeke Alberti is widely embraced as a gay icon, due to a combination of her song repertoire, her durability, and her performances in support of manifold gay causes. Singer Gloria Trevi is considered a gay icon, especially after her release of "Todos Me Miran" ("They All Are Looking at Me") featuring a rejected gay man turned drag queen, but had been popular with the gay and lesbian community in Mexico since the beginning of her career for being a controversial and powerful singer.

Italian singer Mina, and Raffaella Carrà, Scottish pop singer Jimmy Somerville, German actress and singer Hildegard Knef and English singers Dusty Springfield and Sophie Ellis-Bextor are also considered gay icons, Latin American figures have also gained reputations as gay icons. In Brazil, pop singers Kelly Key, Sandy, Lorena Simpson, Preta Gil, and Wanessa are considered gay icons.

In Victorian England, biographers who idealized the Ancien Régime made a point of denying the rumours, but at the same time romanticised Marie Antoinette's "sisterly" friendship with the Princesse de Lamballe as—in the words of an 1858 biography—one of the "rare and great loves that Providence unites in death." Allusions to her appearance were made in early 20th century lesbian literature—most notably Radclyffe Hall's The Well of Loneliness—where the gay playwright Jonathan Brockett describes Marie Antoinette and de Lamballe as "poor souls...

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