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Gay Entertainment: Everything You Need to Know

If you're on the hunt for articles related to gay entertainment, peruse our stories. Hornet delves into the world of entertainment to keep you informed and — well, entertained.

Looking for the latest on Lady Gaga, or the new gay indie band of your dreams? Want to see Steven Universe's first gay kiss or groundbreaking moments in acclaimed queer cartoons? Maybe you're a literature junkie looking for the next big LGBTQ novel. You can find all of that here within our entertainment stories.

If there are two things gays know how to do, it's how to entertain and how to devour entertainment culture, which is why we cover the gay entertainment world.

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Get lost in our entertainment section, which covers every major aspect of the entertainment industry.
Entertainment
The 4 Non Blondes’ 1992 Hit ‘What’s Up?’ Has Since Become a Queer Anthem

The 4 Non Blondes 1992 hit ‘What’s Up?’ has appeared in at least three queer works of media in the recent past. Here’s how it became a modern queer anthem

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Celebrities
Unpacking the Myths and Facts Surrounding Elizabeth Taylor’s ‘Underground HIV/AIDS Drug Ring’

It’s National Gay Men’s HIV/AIDS Awareness Day! Are you aware that actress Elizabeth Taylor ran a secret underground HIV/AIDS drug smuggling ring?

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‘To Be Queer Is a Gift’: ‘Pose’ Creator Steven Canals Shares the Emmys Speech He’d Prepared

On Sunday the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards aired, with shows like Ted Lasso and The Crown sweeping most of the trophies. Despite being snubbed for its final season (the series had been nominated for “Lead Actor, Drama Series,” “Outstanding Drama Series” and “Lead Actress, Drama Series”), Pose creator Steven Canals[…]

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Celebrities
Here’s Why Some People Are Calling Mister Rogers a Bisexual Icon

Fred Rogers may have identified as a member of the LGBTQ community, even if he (unsurprisingly) never used that specific terminology

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