100 days since Hornet announced the launch of Version 7 with ephemeral video stories, the world’s gay social network has surpassed 50 million in-app video views. This latest advancement in redefining the gay app category has proven to be popular among the gay men on Hornet, who are now able to connect with their community anytime, anywhere — in a whole new way.
Hornet, the world’s gay social network with over 30 million users, today announced the launch of its Version 7 with ephemeral video short stories, providing even more context for gay men to connect with their community, anytime, anywhere.
Today, Hornet, the world’s gay social network with over 30 million users, is proud and excited to endorse Joe Biden and Kamala Harris for President and Vice President of the United States.
Hornet shares some surprising data on how American queer men will vote in the upcoming U.S. presidential election, and offers an “international report card” on Trump’s term in office.
How are queer men around the world responding to the globe’s present predicament? How common is mask-wearing among the community, how entrenched is the notion of face mask efficacy, and what types of masks are these men wearing?
Hornet, the world’s premier gay social network with 25 million users globally, announces its ‘Pride Edition’ Version 6.9 timed with Pride Month 2020, including brand-new features and exciting digital programming, all while many people around the world are required to stay home and distance themselves physically.
The #GreatGayStayIn will feature a little bit of everything for a community in quarantine — home workout sessions, a live cooking demonstration, some frank discussion of love and relationships with a leading sexpert, an HBO premiere, and some much-needed comedy.
100 days after the launch of its groundbreaking Version 5, Hornet observes a rapid behavior shift among gay men looking to make more meaningful connections through shared interests rather than dating