If you grew up with ‘Where’s Waldo?’ books and find yourself missing those books, this Instagram account will quench that thirst
Looking for something to listen to? You’re sure to find something to love in our list of geeky podcasts from queer and queer-friendly creators
The page’s founder opens up about why he created the page and why it’s important now more than ever
Oh, straight guys. When they aren’t promoting lame toxic masculinity or being homophobic, they can actually be real damn funny. Case in point: a Reddit thread from yesterday that posed this question: “As a straight guy, what’s the gayest thing you’ve done?” What followed was some truly hilarious stuff, as[…]
Just last week we released a brand-new collection of Hornet stickers, which you can use when messaging other users in the app!
We just heard a hilariously disgusting tale about a woman whose husband is so afraid of being gay that he’s against wiping butts, particularly his own
Here are 13 of our favorite Sharpiegate Trump memes, courtesy of the always-ingenious world wide web and its Trump-detractors.
For six years, Secret Buttholes has been posting pictures of all sorts, each having one thing in common: they all kinda look like buttholes.
One talented coffee lover has figured out the best way to start your morning: dick latte art. And they’re sharing it on Instagram.
You’ll laugh out loud at this comedy sketch in which Louis Virtel, Drew Droege, Parker Delon and Pete Zias design the gayest beer ever
This New ‘Hornet Creator Playbook’ Is Your Go-To Guide for Making the Most of the Gay Social Network
There’s no app like Hornet, and with this just-released Playbook, users now have a handy guide for making the most of it
Science is still trying to figure out what causes homosexuality, but these 5 weirdos and religious nutjobs blame everything from fast food to Disney films
Would the modern world exist without the internet? Probably not. If something happens that affects the LGBTQ community and it doesn’t get posted to the gay web, did it really happen?
The web seems to control nearly every aspect of our lives: how we get around, how we get laid, how we interact with friends, family and strangers alike. It’s one of the most powerful resources mankind has ever harnessed.
The LGBTQ community is no stranger to the wild, wonderful worldwide web. For us in particular, the gay web and app culture has made it easier for us to find and connect with other members of our community.
Here is where we compile the latest and greatest (and cringe-worthy worst) of the gay web, from which gay celebrities are feuding over Twitter to the latest social media platform snatching the attention of the LGBTQ community. What are gay guys up in arms about over on Reddit today? Here you’ll find all that and more.