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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.
Sex
You Didn’t Have to Make This: The Bug’s Life Fleshlight

Get ready for the idiom “different strokes for different folks” to take on a whole new meaning. With the Bug’s Life Fleshlight, of course. What was that? Oh, you know, just the Bug’s Life Fleshlight. Described as ULTRA RARE by creator Malek Lazri, the sex toy of our nightmares features[…]

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Culture
We’ve Compiled the Sexiest Depictions of Satan From Art and Pop Culture

Sexy Satan, scary Satan, sly Satan … do you have a favorite depiction of Satan? Everyone loves a bad boy, right? From the dawn of time — perhaps literally — people have been fascinated with villains, sinners and the inherent sexiness of the dangerous. We’re drawn to antagonists, who are[…]

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Culture
The Wonderful World of Furries: An Exploration

Who exactly are “furries” and what is the furry fandom all about? We were curious, so we decided to do a little research.

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William Dorsey Swann Was a Former Slave, a Badass LGBTQ Activist and the First Documented Drag Queen

Born into slavery in 1860, William Dorsey Swann, known affectionately as “the Queen,” was possibly the very first drag queen, and a pioneer when it came to LGBTQ rights and activism. Having lived through “slavery, the Civil War, racism, police surveillance, torture behind bars, and many other injustices,” Swann held[…]

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