This week’s roundup of Hornet’s best, sexiest stories includes the Wesley Woods fake relationship, body-positive undies, Insta-hunks and so much more.
In the trailblazing gay teen romance ‘Love, Simon,’ Keiynan Lonsdale plays the protagonist’s hesitant love interest. But the out 26-year-old is hardly shy in real life, posing in the altogether on Instagram.
Were the Warwick Rowers banned from Instagram for posting pics of their nude, athletic bodies? And if so, is the pro-LGBTQ team too hot for social media?
If you’re in need of a summer track to celebrate your bod, search no further than the new Big Dipper song “Lookin'”
Trans bodybuilder Cody Harman recently published a video explaining his recovery from his phalloplasty, offering an insightful look into the procedure
Abramov Lex just published the first two parts of a sexy, autobiographical fantasy called Uncovered that aims to help LGBTQ Chechens
The latest issue of Elska Perth explores the queer men and surprising landscapes nestled in the fourth most populous Australian city — take a look!
From an NSFW Taiwanese film pushing boundaries to a Swedish radio host getting a whiff of Shawn Medes to ‘Queer Eye’s’ resident avocado lover stripped down.
Antoni Porowski, the food Guy from ‘Queer Eye,’ recently posted an image of himself standing contrapposto in undies, but what does contrapposto mean anyway?
Gio Black Peter is the creative director behind the Black Party 2018, a sexy all-night even that’s expected to attract over 5,000 people
Sexy pilot Isai Ortiz has recently become Insta-famous for his sexy Instagram pics of his muscular furry bod in speedos and at the beach with his hot pals
This week we saw our Senior Editor compete in Mr. Nude York, pornstar Boomer Banks’ move into condomless porn, and Gus Kenworthy in tighty-whiteys.
Every day it seems like there’s a new set of pictures of the hottest men and women, whether it’s the latest celebrity deemed “the hottest man alive” or everyday hotties from the best online dating sites.
The public interest in sexy people makes sense: they provide an uncensored view of pop-culture’s most visible stars and portray them in a vulnerable and sexual light that is relatable, human and sometimes at odds with their polished, sanitized public personas. But sexy people are interesting too, not just celebrities — the human body is beautiful, whether when it’s nude and covered in hundreds of gallons of honey or when it’s clothed in the greatest fashions.