Hornet Partners With It Gets Better Project on ‘Queer Sex Ed’ Digital Content Series

Hornet Partners With It Gets Better Project on ‘Queer Sex Ed’ Digital Content Series

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Aimed at making sex ed inclusive and accessible for LGBTQ+ youth, the five-video series pairs sex educators with LGBTQ+ young people for frank, honest discussions on critical topics

West Hollywood, Calif., Oct. 20, 2022 — This week saw queer social network Hornet partner with the It Gets Better Project on a digital content series devoted to sex education and honest discussions about critical topics for LGBTQ+ youth. The five-video series — titled Queer Sex Ed, the first episode of which is live now — will be shared weekly with Hornet’s audience of more than 35 million users worldwide.

Queer Sex Ed features real people having candid conversations about the often embarrassing and misleading sex-ed misconceptions they had as kids, their real-life experiences and learnings as sexually active adults, and discussions with professional sex educators who provide context to the topics being discussed. 

“This new series is a bold and intimate look into how folks within our community first learned about sex and dives into conversations that we normally have amongst our friend groups in private,” says Eboni Munn, the It Gets Better Project’s Director of Brand Marketing, Content & Creative. “What makes Queer Sex Ed so special is that it provides an in-depth look into the conversations happening in our living rooms or at our kitchen tables with close friends and it leaves takeaways for our viewers to ask questions and/or reignite conversations within their own circles.”

In addition to broadcasting the long-form video content series to its users, the Hornet team also worked to ensure the Queer Sex Ed series is accessible to as many LGBTQ+ users worldwide as possible, by translating the series into many of the app’s core languages.

“Partnering with Hornet to reach a global audience of LGBTQ+ people is incredibly important for this series,” says Ross von Metzke, the It Gets Better Project’s Director of Communications and PR. “Queer-inclusive sex ed is severely lacking in countries all over the world, and the more people we can reach with this series, the better.” 

Watch the first episode of Queer Sex Ed on Hornet, or here:


Hornet Networks is the world’s leading queer tech company, providing a digital home for LGBTQ+ people to safely connect with each other — anytime, anywhere. Amplifying the radical, affirmative power of the queer community with cutting-edge technology, Hornet is a queer social network serving over 35 million users worldwide. Hornet’s wide range of features from video to chat make it easy and safe for queer people to share experiences with a community that understands and validates their lives. More information at hornet.com.

Launched in 2010 as the result of one of the most successful viral video campaigns in YouTube’s history, the It Gets Better Project is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that strives to uplift, empower, and connect LGBTQ+ youth around the globe. The It Gets Better Project provides critical support and hope to LGBTQ+ youth around the world by leveraging the power of media to reach millions of people each year. More information at itgetsbetter.org.

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