The women of this year’s Out 100


Mary Glasspool – Bishop

Instrumental in the gay clergy debate, Mary Glasspool became the first openly lesbian bishop for the Episcopal diocese of Los Angelges in May.

Jennifer Knapp – Musician

Christian musician Jennifer Knapp made a big name for herself in the niche music genre in the late ‘90s, and then seemingly disappeared for five years. Then, she came back, came out, and released her new album, Letting Go.

Sia – Musician

Since we talked to Sia about coming out and dating JD Samson, the Australian singer has kept quite busy. She released a new album, We Are Born, and wrote four songs for Christina Aguilera’s new album, Bionic, as well as one for the upcoming musical movie, Burlesque.

Christine Quinn – Politician

NYC council speaker Christine Quinn has been very outspoken about the recent string of gay youth suicides and shot down Carl Paladino’s homophobic remarks — again and again. A gay rights and marriage equality advocate is also looking like a good candidate to succeed Mayor Bloomberg. Lucky New Yorkers.

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