This weekend welcomes back The Pride in London Parade – the biggest LGBT+ parade in the UK.
Thousands of people of all genders, sexualities, religions and races will come together for the annual Pride in London Festival, celebrating London's LGBT+ community, encouraging people to live life as themselves.
To celebrate, we look at the celebrities who are shining the spotlight on LGBTQ rights.
Pride in London Parade 2016 starts Saturday 25 June, 1pm-4.30pm at Portland Place and finishes at Whitehall Place.More
In her 2014 short film Break Free, the OITNB star and DJ opened up about her own struggle with gender identity and fluidity.
Produced, filmed and written by Rose, the film shows the Australian model cutting chunks off her hair, removing her makeup and revealing her tattooed sleeves.
Shortly after the video went live, Rose spoke out about bullying within the LGBT community on her Facebook page.
'You know what needs to stop just as much as homophobia, bullying within the LGBT Community… A 'bisexual' isn't just greedy.. 'Pansexual' exists and isn't a cop out.. 'Straight' people can be gay huge advocates and blessings to the community… you can identify as trans without surgery, you can be gender fluid… in fact guess what… you can be whoever you are and like whoever you like and WE should spread the love and acceptance we constantly say we don't receive.'
A prominent campaigner for legalizing same-sex marriage in the US and supporter for the American Foundation for Equal Rights and the American Foundation for AIDS Research, Clooney told the gay and lesbian news magazine Advocate that speculations about his sexuality don't bother him.
'The last thing you'll ever see me do is jump up and down, saying, 'These are lies!' That would be unfair and unkind to my good friends in the gay community. I'm not going to let anyone make it seem like being gay is a bad thing.'