In a quite frankly insanely egregious attempted breach of privacy, the United States Department of Justice has made it clear that they want to begin tracking your internet browsing history – for life. Ex-skyoooz me? No. An entire world of NO. My spouse doesn’t even have a right to my […]
The Windy City Times got their breezy paws on a 1996 letter from then aspiring 13th District State Senator Barack Obama. In it, the young politician outlines 9 priorities in his campaign. #2 I do not favor a statewide registry of names of people who test positive for HIV. (+1 […]
When Colorado Democratic Senator Mark Udall proposed that Congress bridge the gap across the aisle and sit together at President Obama’s State of the Union Address Tuesday night, we couldn’t believe nobody had thought of it before. The proposal is so simple, yet so powerful. In the aftermath of both […]
MSNBC’s Cenk Uygur and GOProud’s Christopher Barron are at it again. You may remember Barron from his last time on the tele. He’s the conservative leader of the paradoxical gay, republican organization that has GOP leaders and organizations backing out left and right from the upcoming CPAC convention. Uygur’s (and […]
Yes, jail was something I wanted to try once in my life. In a purely detached way, it will amount largely to inconvenience: dealing with the bail-bond place and going to court, possibly going to AA meetings and probably dumping a few paychecks into the system. In a slightly less […]
By now you surely know that Daniel Hernandez Jr. is the intern credited with saving Rep. Gabrielle Giffords’ life after she was shot in the head in Tucson, Arizona earlier this month. And certainly you know that by all accounts, Hernandez ran toward the gunshots when they rang out, rather […]
UPDATE Maurice’s father Timothy wrote us to correct an error on our part. Maurice was adopted in Washington, D.C., not Washington State as previously reported. We regret the error, and continue to keep the Mannion-Vanover family in our thoughts. “You can do better” is the message many are left remembering […]
King City Public School in Toronto, Ontario celebrated their Spirit Week with five four days of slightly irreverent dress code themes. Pajama Day! Wacky Hat Day! Friday’s spirit event, Opposite Gender Day, was cancelled amid concerns from parents about their children cross-dressing. Grades from kindergarten to eighth were set to […]
House Bill 74 was introduced on Thursday to the Wyoming House by sponsor, State Rep. Owen Peterson (R). The Bill seeks to prevent same-sex marriages performed in other states from being recognized in Wyoming, by defining marriage as solely “between a male and a female person”. This marks the third […]
We’ve lost another friend, brother, son, neighbor, student, grandson, nephew, pal, and life. 14 year old Kameron Jacobsen committed suicide this week after relentless bullying about his perceived sexuality. This news comes only two weeks after a classmate of Jacobsen’s at Woodbury High School in Orange Country, NY also took […]
Gordon Klingenschmitt, a United States former Navy Chaplain was recently interviewed by David Pakman about the repeal of DADT. Sexism, homophobia, and general nonsense ensued. Our favorite part of the exchange goes a little something like this: Pak: Let’s be clear. You’re saying that being gay and being attracted to […]
A report from the Government Accountability Office estimates that enforcing Don’t Ask Don’t Tell cost taxpayers $193.3 million from 2004 through 2009. Almost 200 million dollars were spent just to keep 3,664 soldiers from serving in our nation’s military. That’s $52,800 of taxpayer money per soldier. And it’s not like […]
International Gay News, Business, and Political Coverage
While the LGBTQ community may have made great strides toward progress within certain pockets of the globe, gay news coverage is still more important than ever, and Hornet is here to provide just that.
Less than half the countries around the world recognize same-sex marriage. Gay sex can still get you jailed or killed in several countries. Trans rights are only just beginning to get the recognition they deserve and still face much resistance. Bisexual erasure continues to exist outside and within the LGBTQ community. Hell, even TV shows have a problem with “killing off their gays.”
But beyond all of the terrible things taking place in the realm of gay news, Hornet also brings you the optimistic, boundary-breaking news featuring LGBTQ individuals who are seeking to make the world a better place.
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Here are just a few of the main gay news topics we discuss at Hornet :
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