How can we end the HIV epidemic if there are still laws that make being LGBT a crime, making people afraid to come out and get the help they need?
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
LGBTQ people from across the world participated in the protests, including some who had been driven from their home countries
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
Outright Action Internatonal has been at the forefront of advancing and defending LGBT rights around the world
As part of our ongoing #DecriminalizeLGBT campaign, we’re highlighting the work of the Spectra Project and its Chairman of the board, Subhi Nahas.
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
69 years ago, the United Nations adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, granting every person inalienable rights — today is Human Rights Day
Hornet has worked in partnership with human rights organizations to ensure that our users in that region have access to information and resources
French President Emmanuel Macron said he wouldn’t lecture the president of Egypt on human and LGBTQ rights, but a military contract might be the cause