Sex and the City star, Cynthia Nixon, used to be married to a man. She was in a relationship with Danny Mozes, a schoolteacher, from 1998 to 2003 – and even had kids with him. But a year later after their split, Nixon met and began dating Christine Marinoni – an education activist.
Five years after Nixon and Marinoni met, the two became engaged in 2009. The couple eventually exchanged vows in 2012 in New York. Nixon and Marinoni officially became a family in 2011 when the latter gave birth to a son. Nixon’s eldest son from her previous relationship is transgender.
Jwan Yosef & Ricky Martin
The world had the incredible opportunity to witness a beautiful moment on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" when renowned singer Ricky Martin openly shared his love and devotion for his partner, the talented Swedish painter Jwan Yosef. The confession of their loving relationship left audiences captivated and inspired.
Martin's announcement became all the more joyous as he excitedly revealed that he and Jwan were engaged, creating a surge of elation among fans. The couple's palpable affection and undeniable chemistry make them a sight for sore eyes, exuding a radiant glow of happiness and harmony whenever they are together. Just a glimpse at their beaming smiles and the genuine connection they share is enough to warm hearts and fill the world with hope.
Heather Turman & Heather Matarazzo
Heather Matarazzo, known for her heartfelt performances in movies like "The Princess Diaries," approaches her love life with utmost sincerity and commitment. Her relationship with comedian Heather Turman goes beyond mere humor, as they prioritize the depth and authenticity of their connection. The exact duration of their relationship remains undisclosed, but their bond continues to flourish.
In a beautiful display of love and devotion, Matarazzo took the initiative and proposed to Turman in January 2018. Their joyous union as a married couple came to fruition just ten months later, solidifying their commitment to one another. Matarazzo has always been open and transparent about her sexual orientation, with her publicist proudly announcing her previous relationships.
Amber Laign & Robin Roberts
Robin Roberts, the host of ABC’s Good Morning America, didn’t announce her sexuality until December 2013. However, her co-workers and friends have long known about her preference long before. At the same time of her announcement, Roberts similarly declared that she is in a relationship with massage therapist Amber Laign since 2005.
In 2015, Roberts was one of 31 LGBT History Month Icons as according to the Equality Forum. She received a Peabody Award in 2012 as well as an Arthur Ashe Courage Award from ESPN in 2013 due to her public promotion of bone marrow donations, having had bone marrow disease herself.
Sean Eldridge & Chris Hughes
Chris Hughes, known for his entrepreneurial endeavors and role as a spokesperson for Facebook, leads a multifaceted life that extends beyond his professional responsibilities. At the heart of it all is his profound love and commitment to his husband, Sean Eldridge, a prominent political activist. In 2012, Hughes and Eldridge took a significant step in solidifying their bond by exchanging vows and tying the knot.
Despite their demanding schedules and numerous commitments, they prioritize nurturing and caring for each other in the best way possible. While Eldridge serves as the President of Stand-Up America, a progressive advocacy community, Hughes wholeheartedly supports his husband's endeavors, further strengthening their shared values and commitment to making a positive impact in the world.