Editors' Picks: The Best Stories Hornet Has to Offer

Editor's pick
These editors' picks are some of the best articles the Hornet editorial team has to offer. Whether you're looking for grooming guides, gay photography or investigative reporting, we have it all in our editors' picks category. This section is carefully curated by Hornet's talented team of editors to bring you high-quality content you're sure to love and want to share. In addition to covering some of the latest breaking gay news, Hornet's editors dedicate their time to delivering the best gay-centric content around. From travel guides to dating stories, there is an endless supply of great gay content just waiting for you. Our editors' picks span the gamut of News, Entertainment, Culture, Health and Travel stories. Furthermore, Hornet — the world's premier gay social network with more than 25 million users worldwide — connects you with gay men around the planet, allowing you to connect with other guys over just such content.
Hornet Users Said These Were the Decade’s Top LGBTQ Pop Culture & News Moments

Before the decade came to a close, we asked Hornet users to vote on the top pop culture moments of the 2010s, and here’s what they said.

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7 Must-Visit Stops on Your First Trip to Johannesburg, South Africa

Johannesburg has everything I want out of a city on my travel itinerary. Its ‘big city feel’ is effortless (Joburg is, after all, the largest city in South Africa), its people are fun-loving and friendly, the city is steeped in both history and culture, and all the finer things in[…]

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‘Elska’ Magazine Throws Middle Finger to Polish Homophobia, Showcases Queer Men of Warsaw

Elska takes us to gay Warsaw, where you’ll get to know not just the city but queer life there, thanks to photo stories and personal stories from local guys.

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Hong Kong: Public Opinion Toward LGBTQ People Is Higher Than Ever

LGBTQ acceptance in Hong Kong is higher than it has ever been, and opposition to LGBTQ legal rights is at a historical low, says new study.

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