A gay couple who fathered children via surrogacy in England are making gay blog headlines by opening a center to help other hopeful parents through the process. Barrie and Tony Drewitt-Barlow are the parents of five children, and are opening two branches of The British Surrogacy Agency in Maldon and […]
January 5, 2006: Bill O’Reilly makes his case against gay marriage, claiming, “One of the arguments against gay marriage, that we just spoke about, is that if it becomes law, all other alternative marital visions will be allowed.” His proof? an Israeli woman who says she married a dolphin. Oh […]
January 4, 2010 New Jersey plans massive rally to convince lawmakers to legalize same-sex marriage in the state. (Good!) It doesn’t quite work out. (Bad!) January 4, 2010 Judge Nyakwawa UsiwaUsiwa jails Steven Monjeza (26) and Tiwonge Chimbalanga (20) while they await trial for the crime of (Gasp!) being the […]
Science writer Kathleen McAuliffe tells NPR (and gay blog readers by default) that the human brain (Just the brain? Phew!) has been shrinking for the pass 20,000 years. Men apparently stopped being growers during our Cro-Magnon days. Researchers are debating whether it’s an evolutionary advantage (Smaller brains mean less aggression) […]
An October survey conducted by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research and reported by gay blogs has just been released and it looks like the LGBT community still has love for the president. 64% of gays and lesbians said they approved or strongly approved of how Obama is conducting himself in office. They […]
Newly elected conservatives in New Hampshire have made enemies of gay blog readers by getting the ball rolling on striking down the state’s law allowing same-sex marriages to be performed in the state. Four different attempts to revoke the law are in the beginning stages. One seeks to demote same-sex […]
January 3, 2006 Reverend Lonnie W. Latham is under arrest, y’all! What sent this anti-gay bible-thumpin’, holier than thou, good Christian preacher to the slammer? Soliciting an undercover male police officer for oral sex, natch. January 3, 2010 South Korea rules to allow Pakistani citizens to seek politcal asylum on […]
Gay blogs are reporting Tom Daniels, head pastor of the First Baptist Church of Rio Linda, was arrested December 9 for child molestation. The 48 year old has been charged with felony charges of lewd or lascivious acts with a child under 14 and engaging in three or more acts […]
While it’s not a gay blog, National Geographic is running a fantastic series about the earth’s projected population of 7 Billion in 2011. Short of zombies taking over like in The Walking Dead or World War III, the 7 billion benchmark will happen very soon. The Nat Geo subpage is filled […]
January 2, 2010: Houston becomes the largest city in America with an LGBT mayor when Annise Parker is sworn in today. Parker said she would focus on transportation, balancing the budget, and recruiting a new chief of police. You know, the Gay Agenda. January 2, 2008: Pope Benedict wished the […]
Gay blogs are up in arms over the harrowing story of Brenda and Daniel Garcia. Three years ago, Brenda Garcia and her younger brother Daniel escaped Mexico and sought asylum in Canada. The two had received death threats due to Brenda being a lesbian, and her partner had been previously allegedly […]
January 1, 1982: Condoms are made available to inmates in federal prisons throughout Canada. But hey man, No homo. January 1, 2010: New Hampshire becomes the sixth (Well, Fifth. See: California) state in the union to legalize same-sex marriages. 15 same-sex couples are wed at the statehouse on a chilly […]
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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