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Gay Culture: Everything You Need to Know

From innovators, artists, rainbow flags and Pride parades to drag queens, poppers, sex and nightlife, gay culture is truly an experience.

At Hornet we cover all the nuances of gay culture. Why were both October and February chosen to be Gay History Month? Where are the best sex museums around the world? Maybe you want advice on love from drag queens, or sex tips from your favorite gay porn stars. Find answers to all these questions and more in our queer culture articles.

Furthermore, here are just a few of the topics we cover here at Hornet: Art Drag Drugs History Nightlife Photography Sex Sports Tech

Whether you're new to the gay scene or you're a circuit queen who's been around the block (if ya know what we mean), there's always more to learn about our culture and what makes us a unique and wonderful community.
Straight Guys Were Asked How They’d Feel About a Gay Roommate, and Here’s What They Said

And now for something truly heartwarming, courtesy of Reddit. (Yeah, you read that right.) In a recent thread on r/AskMen, one Redditor asked a bunch of straight guys how they would feel about having a gay roommate, and the majority of the responses did not disappoint. u/Danboy1344 asked: “How would[…]

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Editors' Picks
These Hornet Users Had Our Favorite Posts of the Past Week

With more than 30 million users around the world, on any given day the Hornet Feed features slices of life from a wide variety of guys. So in an attempt to highlight the diversity of our userbase and showcase some of our favorite Feed contributions, we’ve gathered our favorite posts[…]

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Hypnotize the Gay Away: Ten Ridiculous, Old-Timey ‘Cures’ for Homosexuality

Doctors used to think that implanting a straight man’s testicle into a gay man’s scrotum would cure his homosexuality. And if you think that’s weird…

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Forget the ‘Gay Gene,’ Because Science Has Another Explanation for Homosexuality

For years, scientists have wondered about the existence of a ‘gay gene’ — but one evolutionary science researcher has a new and startling explanation

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