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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.
Culture
Dude, Where’s My Meaning? Is ‘Dude’ the Gender-Neutral Term We’ve Been Sleeping On?

I once dated a guy who didn’t like it when I called him “dude.” To me, the word stood for something affectionate and playful — not as cringe-y as more common terms of endearment, and then again — not exactly a term of endearment, either. Casual. Boyfriends, I came to[…]

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Art
The Work of These 10 Gay Artists Make for Amazing Gifts This Holiday Season

With the holidays rapidly approaching, we’re all thinking of gifts! And the best way to gift something personal, one-of-a-kind and amazing for your loved ones while also supporting local queer artists is to purchase gay art gifts from one of the many amazing gay artists around the world. Below Hornet[…]

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MeowTalk Translates Your Cat’s Meows Into Words You Can Understand

Dogs are like dogs. Their needs and wants are simple. They’re easy to understand. They like food and belly rubs. Easy. Cats, on the other hand, are like small demonic aliens who know they’re cute and have been transported to Earth to learn from humans and ultimately take them over.[…]

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Drag
The Incredible Career of Alexis Nicole Whitney, Drag Performer and Blind Trans Woman

“I don’t know what I look like,” she said. “But I know that I’m not ugly.”

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