People We Love For 15 years, Metrosource’s annual “People We Love” program has recognized the extraordinary members and allies of the LGBTQ community who dedicate time to philanthropy, raise awareness about LGBTQ rights and culture, and model all-around excellence.

People We Love 2016: Lee Pace

One intriguing detail of halt and catch fire is the fluid sexuality of its visionary tech guru Joe MacMillan, played by Lee Pace. We’ve seen him hook up with men and women, face...

People We Love 2016: Sarah Paulson

You know it’s a good year for an actress when starring roles in two seasons of American Horror Story take a biographical backseat. In career news, the headline was Paulson’s...

People We Love 2016: Celine Dion

Celine Dion had some happy moments to celebrate this year. She helped gay YouTube sensation Tyler Oakley launch his new Ellen Degeneres-backed show (offering him a buzzed-about...

The Wachowskis: Two People We Love Behind Sense 8

The first season of the Wachowski sisters’ Netflix series Sense8 was a dizzying display of artistry that makes their Matrix movies seem like child’s play. SENSE8 Sibling...

People We Love 2016: Chelsea Handler

When handler dared leave behind her hit talk show Chelsea Lately, we applauded her willingness to create something fresh....

People We Love 2016: Lady Gaga

After four studio albums, even an unstopPable force like Lady Gaga deserved a moment to catch her breath. But being busy hasn’t stunted her creative output. This past year alone...

People We Love 2016: Laverne Cox

Poised, eloquent and beautiful, Laverne Cox is a natural poster girl for the trans community, and in the years since her rise to prominence, she has been an exceptional voice for...

People We Love 2015: Lily Tomlin

We love Lily Tomlin for changing the rules… Lily Tomlin is one of our greatest humorists, most watchable actresses and admirable community icons, but even we could not have...

People We Love 2015: Eddie Redmayne

Eddie Redmayne changed what a “Leading Man” can be, and that’s why we love him… When we fell for Eddie Redmayne as the fresh-faced romantic lead Marius in Les...

People We Love 2015: Creators of Fun Home

We love the creators of Fun Home for changing the nature of the musical… This year’s tony nominees for best musical included two splashy song-and-dance shows (An American...

People We Love 2015: Creators of Carol

We love the creators of the film Carol for changing wWhat’s ladylike… Marital dysfunction in the 1950s is not new territory for director Todd Haynes, who has previously...

People We Love 2015: Charles Leslie

We love Charles Leslie for changing the perception of gay art… What started as a private art collection and eventually became a safe haven for gay artists has now evolved...