AL Governor Says “Only Christians Are My Brothers”

Alabama Governor-Elect Robert Bentley hasn’t served his first day on the job yet, but is already offending his new constituents.  In a speech at a Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church – Martin Luther King Jr.’s former church – Bentley told parishioners, “‘I was elected as a Republican candidate. But […]

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Lundsten Died Of Heart Disease, Not Suicide

The Minnesota Independent is reporting that Lance Lundsten’s death this weekened was not suicide, as we previously reported. An update on the story which first ran the news of Lundsten’s death reads, “According to preliminary autopsy results that were shared with the family, he died from cardiac edema, a condition […]

Supreme Court stops gay marriage appeal in D.C.

Supreme Court Refuses To Allow D.C. Gay Marriage Appeal!

The United States Supreme Court rejected an appeal today from an organization attempting to stop same-sex marriages from being granted in our nation’s capitol. Bishop Harry Jackson, a pastor from Maryland, had sued D.C.’s Board of Elections and Ethics after they would not allow him to submit a proposition that […]

Varnell Bourassa

Canada Celebrates 10 Years of Gay Marriages

Partners Joe Varnell and Kevin Bourassa, and Anne and Elaine Vautour were the first same-sex couples to wed when Canada legalized marriage equility on January 14, 2001. Yesterday marked their 10 year anniversary. To mark the occasion, they renewed their vows along with 25 other couples. Equal rights? Blame Canada! […]

David Bates

NH Not Attempting To Repeal Marriage Equality…This Year

Conservatives in New Hampshire have been squawking about repealing marriage equality in the state since before it was even introduced in 2009. It looks like they are cooling their jets…for now. State Representative David Bates (R) acknowledges the repeal isn’t a top priority, but he doesn’t want you to get […]

Minneapolis Superintendent Johnson

Minneapolis School District To Teach Pro-LGBT Curriculum

Fantastic news out of Minnesota, donchaknow. The Minneapolis School District has voted unanimously to enact new anti-bullying tactics and to begin teaching pro-LGBT curriculum across the spectrum of its grades. Sexual Education classes will be updated to include information for gay students, and a LGBT History course will be offered […]

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.

Want to see Pride celebrations from all the major cities? Looking for which company just released an adorable, LGBTQ-inclusive advertisement? Want to know the next country that’s about to legalize same-sex marriage? Look no further, as Hornet has it here.

Here are just a few of the main gay news topics we discuss at Hornet :


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