The power machismo holds over us is power we’ve given it, and when it no longer rules us we can embrace our #FemmeSelf and find liberation
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That’s what three gay bodybuilders did when they recorded a #TeamKameron Instagram video set to Kameron Michael’s verse from the remix of America
These famous men exemplify the fearlessness behind our #MyFemmeSelf campaign, proving that being yourself can change the world
Meet Samarpan, the Mr. Gay World 2018 second runner-up; he’s from a small village in India and happy to be a part of Hornet’s #MyFemmeSelf campaign
We invited Bruno to be a part of Hornet’s recently announced #MyFemmeSelf campaign, and he immediately jumped at the chance
Hornet has launched its #MyFemmeSelf campaign to create a space where all forms of gender expression are celebrated
Hornet is proud to launch the MyFemmeSelf campaign. An initiative to affirm and celebrate all kinds of gender expressions.
Identifying as LGBTQ isn’t always easy. Globally, masculinity and all sorts of masculine traits are prized, while femininity is rejected. It’s a sentiment pervasive in gay media, porn and in online gay spaces — like the language used on gay apps. Statements like “no fems,” “no queens” or “masc4masc” don’t reflect a “preference” — they demonstrate ignorance, sexism and homophobia. Racial stereotypes, machismo, sexism and heteronormativity instigate these forms of discrimination.
MyFemmeSelf is an opportunity to combat toxic masculinity and create a digital space where everyone can feel empowered to explore who they are and freely express themselves.
#MyFemmeSelf will be an ongoing campaign by Hornet including stories, interviews and profiles reflecting the message of inclusivity and acceptance.
Make sure you use the hashtag #MyFemmeSelf on your Hornet profile and on social media.