DeGeneres snagged the number two spot, following behind the CEO of Apple, Tim Cook. Of her accomplishments, Out says the talk show host is “a pioneer whose sheer force of charisma, wit, and charm has earned her an enduring place in the affections of America.” The magazine also noted that DeGeneres posted a public brief to the Supreme Court in protest of California’s gay marriage band. In said brief, DeGeneres said she and her wife Portia de Rossi were “just trying to find happiness in the bodies and minds we were given, like everyone else.”
The list also includes the man behind “Glee,” Ryan Murphey (3), TV host Rachel Maddow (4), Anderson Cooper (5), Frank Ocean (10), Neil Patrick Harris (13), Andy Cohen (14), Marc Jacobs (19), Harvey Levin (25), Suze Orman (28), Tom Ford (31), Jane Lynch (40), Perez Hilton (49) and RuPaul Charles (50).
Check out Outs’s entire Power List here.