Editors' Picks: The Best Stories Hornet Has to Offer

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These editors' picks are some of the best articles the Hornet editorial team has to offer. Whether you're looking for grooming guides, gay photography or investigative reporting, we have it all in our editors' picks category. This section is carefully curated by Hornet's talented team of editors to bring you high-quality content you're sure to love and want to share. In addition to covering some of the latest breaking gay news, Hornet's editors dedicate their time to delivering the best gay-centric content around. From travel guides to dating stories, there is an endless supply of great gay content just waiting for you. Our editors' picks span the gamut of News, Entertainment, Culture, Health and Travel stories. Furthermore, Hornet — the world's premier gay social network with more than 25 million users worldwide — connects you with gay men around the planet, allowing you to connect with other guys over just such content.
Celebrities
5 Reasons We Can’t Help But Swoon Over Justice Smith

It’s only a matter of time before actor Justice Smith (“not will smiths son,” via his Twitter) becomes a household name. For some, he’s already there. From working with Baz Luhrmann on the cancelled-too-early The Get Down to Off Broadway plays like Yen (opposite Lucas Hedges) and The Mother (opposite the[…]

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Culture
Straight Guys On TikTok Are Pretending to Be Gay for #Homiesexual Clout

Cool: Bisexual singer, songwriter and actress Tayla Parx releasing the single “Homiesexual,” which features lines such as “And that’s just exactly why I only fuck with homies, I’m a homiesexual / But if I let you kick it, don’t go feeling special.” Tayla has helped pen some of the biggest[…]

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‘Moffie’ Offers a Queer Take on the Brutality of 1980s South African Apartheid

Don’t let the simplicity of Moffie, the fourth film from queer South African filmmaker Oliver Hermanus, lead you to make pat assumptions. The story of Nicholas Van der Swart (Kai Luke Brümmer), based on the autobiographical book by André Carl van der Merwe, is a sly prism through which to view[…]

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We Made a List of Every Time the MCU Straightwashed Its Queer Potential

Let’s talk about every time an ‘MCU straightwash’ kept us from vastly interesting, iconic, and richly queer characters and gay MCU storylines.

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