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Ellen DeGeneres' coming out more than seven years ago had the most positive impact on society's perceptions and attitudes toward lesbian and gay people, according to a just-released survey conducted by the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center. The survey also asked gay folk which celebs — regardless of their sexual orientation — they would most like to see "come out." Gay men picked Colin Farrell, while lesbians chose Hillary Rodham Clinton. Bisexuals, meanwhile, couldn't decide.

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Ellen DeGeneres' coming out more than seven years ago had the most positive impact on society's perceptions and attitudes toward lesbian and gay people, according to a just-released survey conducted by the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center. The survey also asked gay folk which celebs — regardless of their sexual orientation — they would most like to see "come out." Gay men picked Colin Farrell, while lesbians chose Hillary Rodham Clinton. Bisexuals, meanwhile, couldn't decide.