16 Famous Ebony Lesbians, Some Of These Are Black Bisexual Women

Ebony Lesbian Angel Haze

Angel Haze is a pansexual black entertainer.

While she might not be a household name, you’ve probably heard an Angel Haze song (or two).

Born in Detroit but raised in Brooklyn, the rapper/singer signed to her first label in 2012.

Since then, you might’ve seen her as a cohost on the TV show Catfish.

She was even nominated for a BET Award for Best Female Hip Hop Artist in 2014.

Angel Haze has even been recognized by the GLAAD Media Awards, an organization that is the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation.

Haze identifies herself as a pansexual.

This can be described as someone who don’t believe in gender or sex as defining factors when looking for a romantic partner.

Janelle Monae

Janelle Monae is an ebony entertainer who has identified as pansexual and bisexual.

Janelle Monae is one entertainer who continues to make waves.

While she actively began her career in 2003, it would be a few years before her name stuck.

After appearing as a vocalist on the song “We Are Young” by fun., she released her second album in 2013.

This marked the takeoff of her career.

In 2016, she starred in Hidden Figures and Moonlight, the latter which won Best Picture at the Oscars.

Since then, she has appeared in the film Harriet, and did voiceovers in Rio 2 and UglyDolls.

Similar to Angel Haze, Janelle Monae identifies as pansexual, but she has also mentioned identifying as bisexual as well.

Amandla Stenberg, A Pansexual Mixed Race Black Woman

Amandla Stenberg is a young, black actress who is bisexual.

We all originally fell in love with Amandla Stenberg when she appeared in the film The Hunger Games.

Since then, the actress has made a lane for herself as a young, black star.

It became clear in 2016 that this young actress had a lot to say when she came for the culture vultures about cultural appropriation, namely Kylie Jenner.

Since then, she has appeared in a number of films including Everything, Everything and The Hate U Give.

Similarly to Angel Haze and Janelle Monae on this list, Amandla had previously identified as both pansexual and bisexual.

Tessa Thompson

Tessa Thompson has expressed being attracted to both men and women.

While Tessa Thompson might not be one of the biggest names in entertainment, she’s appeared in a number of films and TV shows.

Chances are you’ve seen at least one of them.

She began her acting career in 2002 and has been landing roles since.

In 2006, she got her first movie role in When a Stranger Calls.

The actress has since acted in For Colored GirlsDear White People, and Selma. 

You might’ve even seen her in the highest grossing film of all-time, Avengers: Endgame as Valkyrie.

You’ve probably even seen Tessa in some of your favorite TV shows.

She’s appeared in Veronica MarsGrey’s AnatomyPrivate Practice, and Westworld.

While she might not use the word “bisexual” to describe herself, the actress has stated that she is attracted to both men and women.

Robin Roberts

Robin Roberts is an ebony lesbian who has been with her partner for almost 15 years.

Is it a good morning without Robin Roberts?

You might not have known that Robin first got her start on your TV screen as a sportscaster for ESPN.

In fact, she worked there for 15 years!

After leaving ESPN in 2005, she joined Diane Sawyer on Good Morning America.

Roberts has been on ABC since then even throughout her diagnosis and treatment of of breast cancer.

It was in December 2013 that Robin Roberts “came out” to the world as a lesbian, something her close friends and family had already known.

In fact, Robin Roberts has been with her partner, Amber Laign, since 2005!

Famous Ebony Lesbians Conclusion

When it comes to the LGBTQ community, it seems that sometimes the lesbian women are overlooked.

Let’s not even get started on the black lesbians.

To put it bluntly, these women are some of the biggest names in black culture.

From TV and film to music and literature, they all have a place in black culture.

If the world isn’t going to recognize our black lesbians, then we will!

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