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Gay Entertainment: Everything You Need to Know

If you're on the hunt for articles related to gay entertainment, peruse our stories. Hornet delves into the world of entertainment to keep you informed and — well, entertained.

Looking for the latest on Lady Gaga, or the new gay indie band of your dreams? Want to see Steven Universe's first gay kiss or groundbreaking moments in acclaimed queer cartoons? Maybe you're a literature junkie looking for the next big LGBTQ novel. You can find all of that here within our entertainment stories.

If there are two things gays know how to do, it's how to entertain and how to devour entertainment culture, which is why we cover the gay entertainment world.

Some of the topics we cover include: Books Celebrities Comics Film Gaming Music Theater TV Web

Get lost in our entertainment section, which covers every major aspect of the entertainment industry.
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These 5 ‘Hot Ones’ Episodes Are Our Favorite Blend of Pop Culture and Pain

One of the most beloved YouTube web series ever, Hot Ones is the perfect blend of pop culture, delicious food and pain. Since its inception in 2015, the First We Feast show has rapidly gained popularity. We’ve rounded up a few of our favorite Hot Ones episodes below, featuring some[…]

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13 TV Witches of Past and Present Who Have Cast a Spell on the Small Screen

Why do gay men love witches so much? That’s simple: Witches take our love of strong, fierce women up about a billion notches.

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10 Marvel Superheroes You May Not Know Had Queer Storylines

Looking for queer superheroes? Well, look no further. These 10 gay Marvel characters have pushed boundaries and made LGBTQ comic book history.

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‘Joe Bell,’ Mark Wahlberg’s Socially Conscious Film About Bullying, Is a Swing and a Miss

If the road to hell is paved with good intentions, then surely that road is littered with movie theaters playing earnest, socially conscious, good-but-not-great titles that feel more like civics lessons and less like solid storytelling. Some of the marquees along that long road to hell might feature on their[…]

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