The queer social network taps one of the most renowned thought leaders, who built community and purpose at AirBnB and MeetUp, for its board West Hollywood, Calif., Sep 9, 2021 — Hornet Networks, the world’s queer social network, today announced the appointment of Douglas Atkin, the former Global Head of[…]
The queer social network extends its longstanding collaboration with HackerOne, further strengthening a dedication to security and user safety West Hollywood, Calif., Aug 19, 2021 — Hornet Networks, the world’s queer social network, today announced the appointment of Marten Mickos, CEO of HackerOne (hackerone.com), to its Board of Advisors. This[…]
Apple has removed Hornet, the world’s queer social network, from its App Store in Turkey, responding to a court order from the staunchly queerphobic Turkish government Available to read in Turkish here. West Hollywood, Calif., Aug. 10, 2021 — The Turkish government’s ongoing attempt at suppressing and silencing LGBTQ voices[…]
Hornet and AI Music collaborate to ship the industry’s first use of AI adaptive music on a social network West Hollywood, Calif., Mar 24, 2021 — Hornet Networks, the world’s Gay Social Network, today announces the release of Version 7.1. This makes Hornet the first social network to feature adaptive[…]
With this new ability to navigate to hashtag-based “sub-feeds” on Hornet, gay men are able to find like-minded members of the community and connect over shared interests. Hashtags like #workout, #gaymer and #travel have already become popular sub-feeds for Hornet users.
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.
With new in-app currency Honey, users can incentivize their favorite content creators
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.