Gay News, Business, International Politics & More
International Gay News, Business & Political CoverageWhile the LGBTQ community has made great strides in certain pockets of the world, gay news coverage is still more important than ever, and Hornet is here to provide just that.
Less than half of countries around the world recognize same-sex marriage. Gay sex can still get you jailed or killed in many parts of the world. Trans rights are only just beginning to get the recognition they deserve and still face much resistance. Bisexual erasure exists outside and within our own community. Even TV shows have a problem with killing off gay characters.
But beyond all the terrible things taking place in the realm of gay news, Hornet also brings you optimistic, boundary-breaking news featuring LGBTQ people seeking to make the world a better place.
Want to take a peek at the Pride celebrations of all the world's major cities? Looking for recently released, LGBTQ-inclusive ads? Want to know which country is about to legalize same-sex marriage? Look no further.
Here are just a few of the gay news topics we discuss at Hornet : Business Politics World
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Last year, with help from the Russian LGBT Network, two gay men fled Chechnya to Russia to avoid further persecution in their country. They alleged they’d been tortured in Chechnya over a two-month period, where LGBTQ people face consistent human rights abuses. But on Feb. 4, Salekh Magamadov and Ismail[…]
After ONE Magazine debuted in 1953, the U.S. government harassed its writers and put it on trial for obscenity, just because it was gay.
Could Malcolm Kenyatta become the United States’ first openly gay Black Senator? The Pennsylvania state representative announced last week that he’s planning to run for an open U.S. Senate seat after Republican Sen. Pat Toomey said he will not be seeking re-election in 2022. The door is open for Kenyatta[…]
In 1971, Jack Baker and Mike McConnell became the first gay couple to be married—long before marriage equality became legal