... does not take long. You just have to enter your email address and the desired password and you're good to go. You can also log in via Facebook or Google. (If you choose one of the social media to log in, you don't have to worry that it will be posted publicly.)
The profile is already created! However, in order to be able to use Hornet in full, you have to allow the app to access your own location. This makes it possible to use the location and it is shown to another user in the vicinity. Alternatively, you can look around on the map or enter any location.
As with all portals, you should start filling out the profile immediately after registration. In order not to forget that, the app sends you a message saying that users with fully completed profiles have better date chances.
At Hornet you can enter and select names and usernames. Most users prefer to use a pseudonym.
You can also add your own description using hashtags: #boy, #athletic and other nice attributes are already available as suggestions. The hashtags can be used to find other users who have chosen the same.
Hornet profile information
As always, fields for appearance and sexual role (active, passive or gradations thereof) are stored as well as the question about the reason for the registration: Are you looking for dates, chats, friends, new contacts or even a relationship?
We find the question of the HIV status of the users good, but this is not often answered in practice. Too bad, because that makes safe sex much easier.
Hornet's users are above all young and handsome. The majority of the members are under 30, body-conscious and modern. Many like to show themselves and their washboard belly. The users seem to be very active, at least there were many photos of exciting outdoor activities: whether surfing, bouldering or the "classic" swimming photos. In general, optics and aesthetics seem to be capitalized: Hornet users are mostly very attractive, artistic, active and like to show it.
As far as the level of education is concerned, it is difficult to assess and to find out only in conversations: At Hornet there is no profile area for school or academic education.
Even the profession practiced is not queried in the profile and must therefore also be queried in the respective conversation - if that interests.
Because here the focus seems to be primarily on aesthetics and coolness: in is who is in it and these are mainly beautiful people and posers. That made us suspicious, especially since there is no fake check at Hornet.
Regarding the intentions of the users, it can be said that most are more likely to look for chats and dates, but you will only find out if this is true if you have met (or not). But of course there are such and such - many are at their best, others at their frivolous. As a rule, you can quickly find out what the other person wants and wants during the chat.
How To Begin Bisexual Dating
It's funny what you gain from experience over the years and learn when you meet men and women in dating. At some point you can understand both sides. At least that's how it is with me. Yes men, you have my pity. Dating women is really not easy. Above all, no (actually) straight women - we agree with you. Of course, there are exceptions here too, because exceptions are known to confirm the rule.
What Is It Like Dating A Bisexual
Attraction, desire and love are not always reduced to one gender - bisexual love is not fixed. As a result, sexual contacts with both men and women are perceived as delightful, even deep love relationships with both men and women are possible.
Those who think differently can often not understand this way of life and sensation, there are prejudices, incomprehension and - similar to homosexuality - unfortunately still rejection.
Bisexual people themselves often have problems finding their own identity for years because they are unsettled by the supposed norms of society and believe that they have to commit themselves. As a result, feelings of guilt, secrecy and inner stress arise, since the tendency now existing cannot be turned off at the push of a button. This is not the solution either!
See also the article on same-sex love. Partnerships between male couples (gays) and female couples (lesbians).
There is no "right" or "wrong" in love - no matter what supposed guidelines of so-called normalcy mean to have to pretend. The only true way is to stand by yourself, to live out needs, inner parts and goals with your own appreciation. But even if the bisexual person is at peace with himself and his way of life, problems can arise in partnerships due to bisexuality.
The partner in question tends to fear and jealousy because he or she senses “double danger” from the outside and often sees unwanted competition in both men and women. Even if both partners are bisexual, this doesn't make things easier - control and jealousy attacks may come from both directions.
In addition, pressure to perform and self-doubt by the non-bisexual partner can lead to serious crises, constant pressure and arguments. Knowing that the partner can find sexual fulfillment through BOTH genders and also appreciates them, the feeling arises that you yourself can never be enough and can never meet all needs.
In fact, the bisexual may also yearn for sexual satisfaction from the opposite sex, which is why he strives for sexual contacts outside of the partnership and encounters incomprehension or even horror.
This tension naturally affects the entire partnership, control grows, power struggles and misunderstandings gain the upper hand.
Last but not least, relationships with bisexual partners are of course affected by all small or large imponderables, as are heterosexual or homosexual couples - different upbringing patterns, individual expectations and previously unprocessed "construction sites" can lead to stress in harmony and call for solutions ,
In systemic sexual counseling, many people support male and female homosexuals, that is, gays and lesbians, but also bisexuals, in dealing with their sexual history, discuss the current life situation and give solutions and therapy approaches.
But we are also happy to support homosexual couples who would like professional help with relationship problems. Professional advice and a view from the outside often help with difficult problem situations and conflict management.
These paths can be discovered more easily with expert, completely unbiased advice. The solution is always within us - it just wants to be recognized.
Enter into an honest exchange with yourself and your partner, learn more about your common ground, but also differences, and above all appreciate them.
With this basis, it is easier to let go of troublesome problems, to build real closeness with trust and also to counter any prevailing prejudices or a lack of acceptance by the outside world.
Orientation in our society. Even if no exact figures are available, experts assume that around 10% of men and women experience bisexual tendencies. Bisexuality is therefore more common than homosexuality. One could therefore assume lightly that finding a partner is not a big problem for bisexuals, especially since bisexuals can “still” with both genders. Unfortunately, the opposite is the case: many bisexuals often have greater problems finding a partner than, for example, gays or lesbians.
Many bisexuals still live in secret and hide their inclinations from others. This also happens particularly often when bisexual people are already in a partnership in which the partner is not bisexual.
So although the proportion of bisexual men and women in society is relatively high, finding a partner for bisexuals is often very difficult. Few potential partners accept each other's bisexuality in a partnership. Many bisexuals therefore conceal their sexual orientation towards both genders in order not to endanger an existing partnership or to put obstacles in the way of a possible partnership right from the start. Bisexual men and women, on the other hand, who deal with their bisexuality openly and do not want to keep it secret, often have difficulties finding a partner who accepts and tolerates their tendency. For many bisexuals looking for a partner, the Internet is often the only way to get to know other singles.