Gay News, Business, International Politics & More
International Gay News, Business & Political CoverageWhile the LGBTQ community has made great strides in certain pockets of the world, gay news coverage is still more important than ever, and Hornet is here to provide just that.
Less than half of countries around the world recognize same-sex marriage. Gay sex can still get you jailed or killed in many parts of the world. Trans rights are only just beginning to get the recognition they deserve and still face much resistance. Bisexual erasure exists outside and within our own community. Even TV shows have a problem with killing off gay characters.
But beyond all the terrible things taking place in the realm of gay news, Hornet also brings you optimistic, boundary-breaking news featuring LGBTQ people seeking to make the world a better place.
Want to take a peek at the Pride celebrations of all the world's major cities? Looking for recently released, LGBTQ-inclusive ads? Want to know which country is about to legalize same-sex marriage? Look no further.
Here are just a few of the gay news topics we discuss at Hornet : Business Politics World
Read on and share. True progress begins with staying informed.
Netflix’s trans employees and their allies recently enacted a company-wide walk-out in protest of the Dave Chappelle Netflix comedy special The Closer. In it, the once-respected comedian declares himself a TERF and ridicules trans people. When folks were rightfully outraged at Chapelle’s words, Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos stepped to his[…]
Forty-five trans people were murdered in the United States in 2020, making it one of the most deadly years on record for trans lives. And heartbreakingly, many cases of anti-trans violence have already been reported this year, putting 2021 on track to pass even last year’s record number. Transgender women[…]
Chick-fil-A’s anti-LGBTQ donations continue despite years-old claims the company would cease all such giving
Islamic culture once celebrated homosexuality as beautifully common, but a historian explains why the Middle East became so anti-gay (and how to fix it)