Top 5 Coolest Same-Sex Female Celebrity Power Couples
Last Modified: Jan 25, 2022
If you are a member of the LGBTQ community chances are that you were wondering about the best places to connect with other singles? Have you ever considered going online? Joining a dating site would provide access to a diverse range of prospective partners. It will also present a discreet communication environment where your confidence would develop. You’d soon be interacting with other lesbians dating online. Blogs would also offer advice about lesbian relationships. To boost your search for a girlfriend, how about some conversation topics to break the ice? You could always chat about the coolest lesbian power couples! Here are our top five.
Holland Taylor and Sarah Paulson
Taylor and Paulson might seem an unlikely couple, but that has nothing to do with their same-sex relationship. It's more to do with the considerable age gap. Taylor is aged 79, her acting career spanning several decades from the mid-1960s onwards. She has appeared in numerous hit films, including Romancing the Stone, The Truman Show, and more recently, Bill & Ted Face the Music. During a radio interview in 2015, she admitted that all her relationships had been with women and that her most recent involved a much younger female. It became widely known that her partner was none other than 40-something actress Sarah Paulson – named by Time magazine as one of the world's 100 most influential people.
Megan Rapinoe and Sue Bird
Rapinoe and Bird are gay sporting royalty! The former is a professional player of what is termed soccer in the USA (and football everywhere else). The Californian has won many accolades, such as the prestigious Ballon D'Or Feminin (the 'Golden Boot' for female players), as well as winning a gold medal with the American team at the 2012 London Summer Olympics. She has stated that she knew what her true sexuality was when she was a first-year student at college. Since 2016, she has been seeing basketball star Sue Bird. Bird is the only NBA player to have won titles in three different decades.
Jacqueline Wilson and Trish Beswick
Known for her popular children and young adults' literature, and titles that have been dramatized for TV, Wilson was born in Bath, England in 1945. Her debut publication was in 1968, and since then she has penned over 100 books. Fiercely guarded about her personal life, she was married in 1965 and became a mother to a girl. When her marriage ended in 2004, she remained secretive about her true feelings until 2020, when she announced she was in a lesbian relationship with her partner of 18 years, Beswick. Wilson's fiction has long championed outsiders and minority's striving for acceptance.
King Princess (Mikaela Straus) and Quinn Whitney Wilson
New York-born Straus is a multi-instrumentalist and singer, known by their stage name, King Princess. Signing a contract with Zelig Records in 2018, her debut album 'Make My Bed' topped the charts, receiving platinum status for sales in multiple countries. King Princess identifies as 'genderqueer lesbian,' and has gained the status of being an icon for the next generation of the LGBTQ community, her pop songs openly addressing issues affecting lesbians, gays, and trans individuals. Since 2019 she has been dating Wilson, who works as a music director.
Kate McKinnon and Jackie Abbott
Familiar as a prominent performer with Saturday Night Live, as well as hit movies such as Ghostbusters (the 2016 remake), McKinnon has been nominated for many awards. She is in a relationship with Abbott, a photographer, and actress. As Mkinon was presenting an award at the 2020 Golden Globe ceremony, she was frank about her sexuality. She has steered clear of social media, for fear of being misrepresented.