To begin with, one of the things that makes Ellen DeGeneres really appreciated in today’s society is her huge support with gay’s equality. Since Ellen is lesbian herself, she knows all the difficulties that come along with first of all, accepting yourself and being confident, then trying to not get affected by society’s way of portraying gays . Today’s society has taught us that being gay is a threat and a huge sin, but Ellen DeGeneres is one of the few people whom have changed that. Since Ellen is a well-known celebrity because of the various shows and movies she has starred in, many people look up to her. One way it is clear that Ellen supports homosexuals are through her novels. The novels “The Funny Thing is...”, “My Point and I Do Have One” or “Seriously...I’m Kidding”, are all personally written and narrated by Ellen DeGeneres . All ...
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