A French spyware company posted an article about how you can use their software to out your son against his will
A new study found that LGBTQ workers in the technology industry earn significantly less than their heterosexual counterparts
A new smartphone app will let you take your sperm count at home, saving time and money. Fortunately, it’s not as messy as it sounds.
Porn firm CamSoda has released a smartphone app called OCast, which lets you lick your partner’s genitalia via smartphone. Finally. The company calls its app “The iTunes of oral sex for women.” Here’s how it works: you lick your phone’s screen — doesn’t that sound sanitary? — and your tongue’s movements […]
A British company claims to have created the world’s first smart condom which rates performance, measures penis size and helps detects STDs
In the annual study Single in America, 5,500 men and women from various age groups were surveyed about their dating and sexual habits.
What Is Gay Technology?
We know what you might be thinking; there’s no such thing as gay technology. Although you are correct, technology has no sexuality, the term refers to tech that is developed by or specifically for the gay and LGBT community.
A good example of gay technology is Hornet. Hornet is a premier gay social network specifically for gay, bisexual, trans and queer men. With more than 25 million users world wide, Hornet is the most widely used gay social network in the world. For that reason, it’s an excellent example of gay tech.
For more information about gay tech, browse our collection of articles about technology and the community. From Tim cook to Christof Wittig, these stories cover the best and brightest in tech designed for or by the queer community. Learn more about tech trends and news from Hornet.