The history of gay criminalization in the United States — mostly in the form of anti-sodomy laws — is a complex one, but let’s break it all down
In a recently unearthed recording of a mid-1980s interview, he shares his thoughts on the importance of being openly gay
It Turns Out the Civil Rights Movement Can Help You Get Through Holiday Dinners With Republican Family
If you’re dreading that big holiday dinner with your Republican Family, you can look to the Civil Rights movement to change their minds without a big fight
U.S. President Donald Trump has named Brett Kavanaugh as his pick for a Supreme Court Justice: Let’s look at his record and the efforts to stop him
Hornet speaks with George Ayala of MPact about the name change, the future of the organization and the ongoing struggle for gay men’s health and rights
Do you have first-hand experience of what it’s like to live with the criminalization of LGBT people? If so, Hornet wants to hear your stories
As part of Hornet’s campaign, we highlight organizations and individuals working to defend LGBT rights around the world
Mikel Arriola, the PRI candidate running to head up Mexico City has come out against adoptions by LGBT parents, but his homophobia is spurring activists on
Telling our LGBT stories and making ourselves visible is the best form of activism in places where love is illegal. Be part of the change.
Hornet is launching the Decriminalize LGBT campaign in an effort to raise awareness about arcane laws and to support ongoing decriminalization efforts
She’s the lesbian widow who helped pave the way to nationwide marriage equality, and today she passed away at age 88
The Department of Justice argued in a legal brief that the Civil Rights Act of 1964 offers no protection from discrimination based on sexual orientation.