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While at Oxford University he worked as a researcher for a Labour MP, John Mc Donnell. Scientist Dr Stone became famous when she was gored by a stag, and the media focused not on her Ph D or her TED talk, but on her status as a trans woman.
Working with All About Trans and the old Press Complaints Commission, she received an unprecedented six apologies from newspapers.
Writer This actor-turned-playwright-turned-screenwriter’s most recent project is Pride, the stirring Brit-hit about the solidarity between a Welsh village and gay and lesbian activists during the 1984 miners’ strike – which should be a leading player in the imminent awards season.
Actress An actress and stand-up comedian, Rebecca Root is the star of the new sitcom Boy Meets Girl, which airs next year.
During the promotional rounds, he revealed it was written about his love for a guy, making him a rarity – the pop star who comes out at the beginning of his career.
CEO, Stonewall Stonewall's new CEO, popular for equal marriage campaigning and working with trans people, had a wobble for failing to support a boycott of the Dorchester hotel over the religious laws of its owner, the Sultan of Brunei.
This year, the charity reached out to more than 7,500 children through 338 LGBT workshops – nearly twice the number of pupils as the previous year.
Journalist A brave and campaigning journalist who has set up the Stop Gay Conversion Therapy Taskforce.
Then he became a Member of the European Parliament for 15 years until May this year, and now, at 63, a member of the House of Lords.
Comedian & presenter Perkins reinforced her position as Britain’s best-loved baker with another Great British Bake Off, while also presenting highlights from the Edinburgh Festival.
She will put her famously brilliant take on 21st-century gay life by writing an episode for the upcoming Musician The 22-year-old soul singer is the UK’s biggest new musician of 2014, with massive sales of his debut album.
Director, Pride in London A managing director of her own HR consultancy, Huma Qazi spends her free time volunteering as a director for Pride in London.
She brings her experience from the HR industry to help raise awareness of LGBT diversity and inclusion, educating those in school and in the workplace.
Boxer The much-loved boxer, MBE, and former Pink List No 1 bounced back from her first defeat since London 2012 by winning gold at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.