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Celebrities react to Ellen Page's decision to reveal she's gay

Canadian actress Ellen Page came out as gay at the Time to Thrive conference — an LGBT (lesbian, gay, transgender, bisexual) youth event sponsored by the gay advocacy group Human Rights Campaign - in Las Vegas on Friday, saying that her mental health, relationships and spirit have suffered from hiding her sexuality.

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