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…
Hornet Hits Milestones as Largest Global LGBTQ Media Company Last year was an exceptional period of growth for Hornet culminating in several exciting milestones we are excited to share. As the #1 gay app in several markets around the world, including France, Russia, Turkey, Brazil, Taiwan and with rapid growth in the United States, Hornet exceeded 25 million users in 2017. This sizable user base combined with our compelling…
Hornet announced its design refresh which provides more tools via a sticky search bar that moves with you as you scroll to help guys narrow down searches and create a more meaningful connections.
Today, users will get the opportunity to share their Hornet community contributions on their profile pages– with Hornet badges. These badges are a way for you to display that you’re a community member such as a moderator, translator or city ambassador.
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
Version 4.0 rebrands LGBTQ websites Unicorn Booty and Vespa as “Hornet Stories and “Hornet Places” with all content now available natively in the Hornet app
At Hornet we are continually working to expand and enhance our online community so it is affirming to all ethnicities and celebrates difference
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.