Monifah Carter is an R&B star who is loud and proud about being gay. She is one of the few African American lesbians currently seen on reality television. She is also proud of her relationship with Terez Mychelle – the two have been in a long-term relationship.
Eventually, the couple decided to get married on April 2014. In fact, they tied the knot on the show R&B Divas: Atlanta. Prior to their marriage, the couple prioritized their feelings more than the process it took to legally or technically solidify their union. They believed that being committed to each other was more important.
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.
Grant Shaffer & Alan Cumming
Character actor and theatre thespian Alan Cumming has been tearing up the big screen, small screen, and stage for years now. He is also happily married to graphic artist Grant Shaffer since 2012. They have been dating for two years prior to them entering a civil partnership in 2007. The couple resides in New York City with their two furry kids – Leon and Honey.
Shaffer has illustrated for magazines such as The New Yorker as well as for newspapers. His 30 Kinds of Passion comic series was in the 2008 edition of the Best American Comics Guide. He also did storyboard work for movies and music videos.
Richie Jackson & B.D. Wong
American actor B.D. Wong is popular for his character in the series Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. He also had a role in the Jurassic Park franchise. He is also an accomplished theatre actor having won a Tony for his performance in M. Butterfly. Wong has long been openly gay. His relationship with talent agent Richie Jackson began as early as 1988.
In 2000, the couple had twins one of whom unfortunately died ninety minutes after birth. Sadly, the couple split in 2004 but continue to co-parent for the sake of their son. Wong recently married his 8-year partner, Richert John Frederickson Schnorr.
Rebecca Walker & Meshell Ndegeocello
Meshell Ndegeocello's music possesses an enchanting quality that mirrors the enigmatic yet captivating nature of love itself. With her debut album, "Plantation Lullabies," she stirred curiosity and wonder in the hearts of listeners, leaving them pondering if her music could be the catalyst for falling in love.
Indeed, the answer to this question seems to be a resounding yes. Ndegeocello's extraordinary talent and heartfelt compositions forged a deep connection between her and Rebecca Walker, resulting in a beautiful and meaningful relationship. However, their love story came to an end a while ago and Meshell has been married to Alison Riley since 2005.