#PrideWorldwide: Celebrate Pride Month 2021 With This New Hashtag Campaign

#PrideWorldwide: Celebrate Pride Month 2021 With This New Hashtag Campaign

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Hello to all of Hornet’s Featured Guys, Sport Captains and Health Ambassadors, and HAPPY PRIDE!

As I’m sure all of you know, it’s Pride Month once again, a time when the entire LGBTQ community celebrates the advances we have made around the world, commemorate the freedom-fighters and activists who have come before us and also honor the many people we have lost in our ongoing struggle for equality.

On Hornet, we will be celebrating #PrideWorldwide throughout the entire month of June with this hashtag campaign. Using the hashtag in the captions of your posts will cause our Pride sticker to appear in the bottom right corner of your photos.

We’d like to see Hornet users from around the world — not just you guys, the members of our favorite community programs — use the tag #PrideWorldwide in the app, so we need your help to make that happen!

Feel free to use #PrideWorldwide on your posts throughout the month of June, but we’d also love to see a post or two from each of you throughout the month that is about Pride Month and what Pride means to you.

I’m also going to be looking for a few users around the world who are interested in writing a story about what Pride means to you. This will be part of an ongoing series Hornet is publishing this month called “What Pride Means to Me.” If you are interested in participating, please reach out to our Executive Editor, Stephan, at stephan.horbelt(at)hornet.com for more info.

Most importantly, we hope everyone has a safe, healthy, FUN Pride Month 2021, and Hornet has a bunch of new in-app updates in store that will be rolled out this month, so stay tuned!

Happy #PrideWorldwide

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