The #GreatGayStayIn will feature a little bit of everything for a community in quarantine — home workout sessions, a live cooking demonstration, some frank discussion of love and relationships with a leading sexpert, an HBO premiere, and some much-needed comedy.
Hornet has partnered with New Urban Male, a Taiwan-based online boutique that specializes in fun apparel and products for gay men, to create new Hornet merchandise for the app’s users, gay men and LGBTQ allies alike.
Keeping Hornet users safe takes many forms, among them machine learning-based verification systems, various product features, and company policies and commitments.
Launching Hornet Version 6, gay men earn authenticity scores through community interactions
Frameline and Hornet partner to encourage connection over quality LGBTQ video
Hornet is now working with select media partners to curate an array of timely, engaging articles across multiple languages directly in the app. Story content inside Hornet is now more expansive and robust than ever.
‘Hornet Creator Playbook’ Instructs Users on Making the Most of the World’s Premier Gay Social Network
There’s no app like Hornet, and with the just-released Hornet Creator Playbook, users now have a handy guide for making the most of it.
100 days after the launch of its groundbreaking Version 5, Hornet observes a rapid behavior shift among gay men looking to make more meaningful connections through shared interests rather than dating
Hornet’s Version 5 now combines queer-relevant content from its users, editors and influencers with new community connection features
For years many top brands have believed the population of “Q+” or queer people, those who lay somewhere on an increasingly fluid LGBTQ spectrum, is too small to provide a worthwhile return on their investment. But they’d be wrong. A rigorous study by Hornet and Kantar — the world’s premier gay social network and the world’s leading research and data consultancy group — has unearthed truly impactful results affecting…