Hornet Impact: Health, Safety, Social and Economic Justice for the LGBTQ Community
Hornet Impact leverages our global reach to advocate for the health, safety, social and economic justice of the LGBTQ community while providing our members with resources and information to information. Hornet is a gay social network where men can make meaningful connections but it’s also a community and we strive to cultivate a community that affirms and celebrate all its members.
Hornet’s Ask A Pro is an ongoing video series that features health experts answering common questions men have about sexual health. This series allows Hornet’s community of users to ask direct questions and receive answers that are accurate and useful. The health experts in the series are gay men and can speak to the topics both as professionals and gay men who encounter these issues as part of their lived experiences.
What’s Your Story? is dedicated to exploring and amplifying underrepresented voices in the LGBT community. Everyone has a story to share and we want to provide a space to explore and discover the stories of our community that often go untold or unnoticed. Our community has so many exciting and complex stories of who we -stories of resiliency, creativity, and empowerment. There are now more opportunities than ever to tell those stories. The best stories are the ones that make an impact.
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