Grammy-winning Spanish flamenco singer Rosalia is quite a sensation in Latin music and has often experimented with R&B, hip-hop, and electronic music, too. She gained global fame with the single Malamente and also scripted history as the first-ever Spanish-language artist to gain a Best New Artist nomination at the Grammys.
Stand-up comedian, actress, and fashion designer Margaret Cho is best known for creating and starring in the ABC sitcom All-American Girl. She had a difficult childhood marred by sexual abuse and struggled for years to build a successful career. Besides comedy, she has her own clothing line. She actively supports women’s rights and LGBTQA+ rights.
S. E. Cupp is an American TV host, writer, and political commentator. As a writer, Cupp has contributed to several popular publications like The Washington Post, Maxim, and New York Daily News. A regular guest host on Fox News' talk show Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld, Cupp has also hosted other talk shows like The Cycle.
Annie Sprinkle is an American sexologist who supports sex work and healthcare. Sprinkle, who identifies herself as ecosexual, works as a feminist stripper, sex educator, pornographic actress, and sex-positive feminist. She is credited with popularizing lesbian pornography and the post-porn movement.
Far-right British activist Anne Marie Waters initially joined the UK Independence Party, but after losing its leadership election to Henry Bolton, she formed For Britain, her own anti-Islam party. Her election manifesto promises to ban the burqa and the Sharia Law. The former Labour supporter had also launched the anti-Islam group Pegida UK.
Serbian pop artist and activist Jelena Karleuša, or JK, had started her music career as a turbo-folk singer, before switching to pop. She is also known for her constant support for various campaigns such as LGBT rights, veganism, and animal rights. A youth icon, she is also the most-followed Serbian female Instagram star.
Nataša Bekvalac is a Serbian singer, actress, and model. She achieved popularity in 2011 when she was named Female Pop Singer of the Year at Oskar Popularnosti. In 2020, she won the Music Video of the Year award at the Music Awards Ceremony. Bekvalac is also renowned for her support for the LGBT community and is considered a gay icon.
Hollie Smith is a singer-songwriter whose albums, Long Player, Water or Gold, Humour and the Misfortune of Others, and Coming In From The Dark, peaked at number one on the Official New Zealand Music Chart, making her one of the most popular female New Zealand musical artistes of the 21st century. Smith has also received several New Zealand Music Awards.
Born in Senegal, French politician and author Rama Yade started her career as a top-level civil servant with the French Senate. The UMP member has led France as its Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and Human Rights and for Sports. She has also represented France at the UNESCO.
Eva Dahlgren is a Swedish pop singer, songwriter, and musician. She is best known for her 1991 studio album En blekt blondins hjärta, which earned her five Swedish Grammy Awards and sold more than half a million copies. Eva Dahlgren is also credited with composing the score for the 2015 movie Ingrid Bergman: In My Own Words.
Aistė Diržiūtė is a Lithuanian actress who achieved popularity in 2015, when she played Austė in the romantic teen drama film The Summer of Sangailė. The film received critical acclaim and was screened at the Berlin International Film Festival. Aistė Diržiūtė's performance in the film earned her the Shooting Stars Award at the festival.
Born in the Irish town of Sligo, actor Marie Conmee is remembered for her roles in films such as Educating Rita, My Left Foot, and Remington Steele. Openly lesbian, she was also an LGBT activist and organized a monthly lesbians’ club meet with her partner Mary Brady.