Editors' Picks: The Best Stories Hornet Has to Offer

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These editors' picks are some of the best articles the Hornet editorial team has to offer. Whether you're looking for grooming guides, gay photography or investigative reporting, we have it all in our editors' picks category. This section is carefully curated by Hornet's talented team of editors to bring you high-quality content you're sure to love and want to share. In addition to covering some of the latest breaking gay news, Hornet's editors dedicate their time to delivering the best gay-centric content around. From travel guides to dating stories, there is an endless supply of great gay content just waiting for you. Our editors' picks span the gamut of News, Entertainment, Culture, Health and Travel stories. Furthermore, Hornet — the world's premier gay social network with more than 25 million users worldwide — connects you with gay men around the planet, allowing you to connect with other guys over just such content.
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OK, Let’s Try This Whole ‘Gay Rom-Com’ Thing Again

The box office for gay-themed films has been bleak this year. Between the stunted returns for Universal’s Bros and the otherworldly under-performance of Disney’s Strange World (both, by the way, solid movies), it’s hard to imagine major studios green-lighting anything with LGBTQ+ themes in the near future. The bright spots have been[…]

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‘The People We Hate at the Wedding’ Squanders Its Stellar Cast With a Severe Lack of Funny

Grant Ginder’s novels are breezy entertainments. Whether tackling the high-level insanities of politics or the messy misunderstandings within family resentments, he’s a precise, funny and unfussy writer. While watching The People We Hate at the Wedding, the first feature film based on his works, I kept asking myself if the[…]

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‘The Menu’ Serves Up Haute Cuisine Alongside Delicious Dark Comedy

Anyone walking into The Menu having seen its trailer already knows the type of movie they should expect. Mark Mylod’s feature film debut, with a screenplay by Seth Reiss and Will Tracy, belongs to a long line of scandalous arthouse entertainments that run the gamut from Godardian brutalism (Weekend) to Buñuelian[…]

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5 Steps to Crafting the Self-Care Day of Your Dreams

The concept of self-care used to come across as selfish. “I’m going to have a ‘me’ day” or “I’m going to take myself on a date tonight” didn’t always go over well in the group chat. It was the equivalent of “Oh, I can’t, I’m washing my hair tonight.” But[…]

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