Oh, yes they did! Gay glossy Out has included CNN personality Anderson Cooper in its fifth annual Power 50 list.

But he's not the most influential gay person, the magazine says. That honor goes to acting Apple CEO Tim Cook.

Out editors call Cook a “leader-in-waiting” for making sure that Apple “could deliver as demand rocketed.”

Last year's list topper, talk show host Ellen DeGeneres, who announced in 1997 she was gay on the cover of Time and married actress Portia de Rossi (now Portia Lee James DeGeneres) in 2008, has lost a bit of her cache, falling a rung to second place.

Cooper, whom editors ranked in the third spot, and actress Jodie Foster (#47) are staples of the list despite never having officially declared their sexuality.

Here's the complete list in order of appearance: Tim Cook, Ellen DeGeneres, Anderson Cooper, Rachel Maddow, Barney Frank, Shepard Smith, Peter Theil, Barry Diller, Joe Solmonese, Rich Ross, Tammy Baldwin, David Ciccilline, Jared Polis, Marc Jacobs, Scott Rudin, Ryan Murphy, Tom Ford, Neil Patrick Harris, Jann Wenner, Anthony Romero, David Geffen, Perez Hilton, Andrew Sullivan, Tim Gill, Christine Quinn, Andy Cohen, Suze Orman, Annise Parker, Bryan Lourd & Kevin Huvane, Chad Griffin, Martha Nelson, Greg Berlanti, Richard Berke, Jeremy Bernard, Chuck Wolfe, Nick Denton, Robert Hanson, Mary Kay Henry, Ken Mehlman, Nate Berkus, Matt Drudge, Dan Savage, Adam Moss, Christine Vachon, Adam Lambert, John Cooper, Dustin Lance Black, Jodie Foster, Jim Nelson, Evan Wolfson, Lisa Cholodenko, Ariel Foxman.