Five openly gay celebrities are up for gay male entertainment website's Best Gay/Bi Man of the Year award.

The website's 2010 Visibility Awards asks readers to choose their favorite gay man of the year. The nominees include Adam Lambert, Ricky Martin, Neil Patrick Harris, Chris Colfer and Dan Savage.

Rocker Adam Lambert publicly came out gay last year on the cover of Rolling Stone. The American Idol season 8 runner-up's Glam Nation Tour met with protesters in Malaysia who decried the singer's performance as promoting “gay culture,” claims Lambert denied. His Whataya Want From Me single is nominated for a Grammy.

Singer Ricky Martin announced – after years of denial – that he's gay in March. He was named Entertainer of the Year by gay glossy Out. With an upcoming studio album and a memoir, titled Me, in bookstores, Martin is expected to have a strong 2011.

Emmy-winning actor Neil Patrick Harris and celebrity chef David Burtka recently became gay dads. Harris stars in CBS' How I Met Your Mother.

Chris Colfer's portrayal of gay student Kurt Hummel on the Fox musical-comedy Glee has drawn a bright spotlight to the 20-year-old actor. Early voting results show Colfer with a slight lead.

Sex advice columnist and gay rights activist Dan Savage founded the It Gets Better Project, which encourages troubled gay teens to hang in there, because life gets better. Savage recently praised President Obama for creating a videotaped message.

You can vote for your favorite gay man at