Apple CEO Tim Cook tops gay glossy Out's sixth annual Power 50 list for a second year.

Cook returns to the top spot in this year's list of most influential gay people after taking over the reins as CEO from the late Steve Jobs.

Ellen DeGeneres, who topped the list two years ago, earned a second place finish. DeGeneres announced in 1997 that she was gay on the cover of Time and married actress Portia de Rossi (now Portia Lee James DeGeneres) in 2008.

“Now that Oprah has left network television, DeGeneres reigns supreme with her talk show, using her pulpit to change public opinion,” Out wrote in profiling DeGeneres.

In sixth place is CNN host Anderson Cooper, who has not publicly acknowledge he's gay.

(Related: Anderson Cooper, Kevin Spacey, Jody Foster urged to come out gay by Perez Hilton.)

Also making the top ten are venture capitalist Peter Thiel (3), writer-director Ryan Murphy (4), MSNB host Rachel Maddow (5), Walt Disney Studios Chairman Rich Ross (7), IAC Chairman Barry Diller (8), Fox News anchor Shepard Smith (9) and TV personality Andy Cohen (10).