I don't really pay attention to their gender orientation as much, when I'm reading about their biographies. Their contribution and achievements are what captures my interest. Having given it some thought, Alan Turing is pretty high up there. The father of computer science and artificial intelligence, is an impressive and inspiring contribution to humanity.
Archimedes is pretty high up there too. I'm not sure of his gender orientation, and the article I'm about to attach is pretty old, but it is still pretty inspiring, and worth another read.
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Alan Turing's definitely the most inspiring and impressive I can think of right now, but his story is also a pretty sad one. Genius, father of modern computing, prosecuted as a homosexual and forced to undergo hormone therapy and chemical castration, eventually killed himself. Hard to believe all that shit happened only 60 years ago.ERROR: Cookies are not enabled. You must enable Cookies to use the application.