The LGBT Foundation, the world’s only token and blockchain initiative aimed at empowering the LGBT+ community, has appointed its first CEO, Sean Howell. Howell currently serves as President of Hornet, the premier gay social network, where he has spent the last six years helping the company grow its user base to 25 million and its editorial division to become the largest global LGBT+ newsroom. At Hornet, Howell also oversaw…
Hornet Finds 75% of Gay, Bi Men See Increased Bullying and Harassment Since the Presidential Election
Hornet has found that nearly three-fourths of gay and bisexual men believe post-Trump bullying and harassment has increased
Hornet a founding member of Global HIV Prevention Coalition, attends Meeting #GPC2020, Convened by UNAIDS in Geneva Switzerland
Hornet is a founding member of United Nations Global Prevention Coalition along with the African Union, Gates Foundation, MSMGF, the Global Fund, Member States from China to Lesotho. Hornet is the only private sector founding member. Our role isn’t to trumpet victories in the fight against HIV but to challenge member states to not erase the existence of gay men in their countries— that our 25 million Hornet users…
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.
We are partnering with Alturi in helping raise funds for ILGA-Europe and the Polish Campaign Against Homophobia (KPH) to coordinate the emergency relocation of gay men from Chechnya to Western Europe.
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…