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.
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Just Announced: The Hornet Live Milestones Program Lets You Rack Up Rewards When You Livestream

Here at Hornet we’re super excited to announce the launch of the Hornet Live Milestones Program, a brand-new way for our in-app livestreamers to get rewarded for all the hard work they put into creating and sharing fun, live content. So, what is the Hornet Live Milestones Program exactly? As[…]

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Queer People Like Hockey, Too. But Is the NHL Doing Enough to Welcome Us?

Being a sports fan can be rough for queer people, especially for queer people of color in white-dominated spaces like hockey. At best it’s uncomfortable. At worst, it’s actively hostile. Here in the United States, all 32 NHL teams host some type of “Pride Night” as part of the “Hockey[…]

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The First Gay Couple Recorded in History Dates All the Way Back to Ancient Egypt

About 20 miles south of Cairo lies Saqqara, the vast necropolis and pyramid field of Egypt’s first capital, Memphis. This is where the tomb of what may be the first gay couple in recorded history lies. Discovered in 1964, the tomb of royal manicurists Khnumhotep and Niankhkhnum “depicts two men[…]

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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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