Toronto based Pansy Ass Ceramics makes your Grandma’s china into something a bit more gay
The first-ever “Drag Queen of the Year” pageant will take place in Los Angeles this May
Today, on World Poetry Day, celebrate these gay poems that are sure to revive the coldest of hearts and spark that lovin’ feeling
These days teens are more tech-savvy than ever, and they’re using Google Docs of all things to covertly chat with friends
George Washington himself wrote the report, and approved a sentence of exile from the U.S. Army
He was an openly gay photographer for Time, Life and Esquire magazines, and now his most homoerotic work will finally be seen
Drag always attracts colorful individuals, so it’s fitting that we take a look back at these overlooked figures in drag history.
All of them have been foolish and ill-advised, but some of these wild attempts to cure homosexuality have been especially bizarre
A queen on ‘Drag Race Thailand’ Season 2, Kandy Zyanide, set herself on fire during the runway competition
These homoerotic Chinese-Soviet propaganda posters look more like a gay couple’s vacation pics
A gay man born in China who has since become an indelibly modern fashion photographer, his shots are revealing, candid and sexy
The story of Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore sounds nearly improbable: two Jewish stepsisters-slash-lovers who lived as old ladies and wrote anti-Nazi propaganda!
Gay Culture: Everything You Should Know
From innovators, artists, rainbow flags, and pride parades to drag queens, poppers, sex and all-night parties, gay culture is an experience.
At Hornet do the best we can to 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? On the hunt for the perfect leather daddy emoji? Want advice on love from drag queens or sex tips from gay porn stars? Find answers to all these questions and more in the plethora of articles under our queer culture category.
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Whether you’re new to the scene or a circuit queen who’s been around the block, there’s always more to learn about LGBTQ culture and what makes us a unique (and wonderful) community.