At Hornet we are continually working to expand and enhance our online community so it is affirming to all ethnicities and celebrates difference
The world’s premier gay social network launches U.S. campaign to counter dangerous rhetoric around same-sex couples and the LGBTQ community
The government in Indonesia continues to arrest and charge gay men around the country. Most recently, the police arrested 141 men at a sauna in Jakarta. Gay men are coming under attack and their rights are being violated. This must end.
Hornet launches #WeAreOne campaign to support marriage equality in Taiwan for IDAHOT “International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia”.
“Know Your Rights”, Hornet collaborates with the United Nations’ “Free & Equal” campaign in an effort to keep gay travelers save.
Hornet, the premier gay social network questioned its French users on the presidential election. Hornet asked three questions to those who were sure to vote and who knew for whom. To the first question: “Who do you think you will vote for in the second round?”, gay men who responded voted unsurprisingly much like all French citizens: 63.5% vote in favor of Emmanuel Macron and 36.5% for Marine Le…
Hornet adds “Likes” and now you can like events, places or stories, letting your followers know what you like, by tapping on the heart icon from within the app.
Now is the time for LGBTs across America to stand up and #BeCounted. Sign a petition for LGBTQ inclusion in the 2020 census