Ever year Out Magazine profiles the year’s most entertaining, heroic, and compelling LGBT people, from all walks of life. This year’s the list is filled with women making a difference.

Here is a selection of our favourite ladies.

Pictured: Aisha Moodie Mills

Carrie Brownstein – Artist of the Year

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Cynthia Nixon – Actress / Out100 Pioneer

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Lily Tomlin – Legend

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Jess Glynne – Musician

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Raven-Symoné – Actor, Musician, Talk-Show Host.

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Jana Hunter – Musician

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Hannah Hart – Comedian & YouTube Star

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Andrea Bernstein & Nancy Solomon – Radio Journalists

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Diana Nyad – Long-Distance Swimmer, Author, Motivational Speaker

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Alicia Garza – Organizer & Writer

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Abby Wambach – Athlete of the Year

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The Fun Home Family – Alison Bechdel, Roberta Colindrez, Beth Malone, Joel Perez, Lisa Kron

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Roxane Gay – Writer

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Holly Miranda – Musician

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Juliana Huxtable – Artist, Model, Activist

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Sarah Kate Ellis – President & CEO of GLAAD

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Aisha Moodie Mills – President & CEO of the Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund

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Chai Feldblum – EEOC Commissioner

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Niki Nakayama – Chef

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Kelly Bush Novak – Publicist

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