Daddyhunt Blog Posts from November 2010

November 10, 2010
Category: Site News
We're Saved with a New Daddyhunt Search Feature

Ever get tired of putting in search parameters to find guys on Daddyhunt? Well tire no more, because starting today Daddyhunt offers a "Saved Searches" feature. Instead of entering all your criteria every time you want to find a blonde-haired, brown-eyed hunter between 5'7" and 5'9" who speaks Croatian and is into exhibitionism in the Vietnam area, you now have the ability to save said search and return to it whenever you please.

This really is a great time-saver if you have particular tastes or (like me) live in a major city and are overwhelmed with options in the Who's Online Frame. Just set up a few of your favorite searches to narrow your results (you can use 'Online now' as a filter) and check them whenever you log in. If you travel often for business, you could save a search for each location you visit regularly so you can always find a date when you're abroad.

This feature is especially cool if you're a Supporter and have access to Advanced Search, which gives you a ridiculous number of search options. Supporters can also save up to 25 searches (free members can save three).

Give it a shot - just start a Basic or Advanced Search and click the "Search" button as usual. At the top of your results page, click "Save this search" to give your search a name and save it; it'll show up on the sidebar. Don't worry about getting the search just right; you can always tweak or delete it later from the Saved Searches tab.

This feature may be easy to overlook, as it doesn't have as many bells and whistles as some other recent features (looking...

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November 5, 2010
Category: Site News
Gay World

We're looking to get an international perspective from our daddies around the world, and need your help. If you're a writer living outside the U.S. and love a daddy, love being a daddy, or just enjoy the daddy lifestyle we want you to be heard (and paid!). Whether you want to write about life in your city or country, the daddy scene at large, or take us on a daddy-rific adventure, we're open to any and all types of writing.

Professional writing experience is not mandatory (though it is a plus) if you have wit and experience behind your words.

What you need to apply for the gig:

- Tell us a bit about yourself.

- Send in 2-3 samples of your work.

- Tell us how much time you can commit to writing. Please be realistic. We need writers who can stick to a schedule and contribute multiple articles.

- Include your full contact details and link to your Daddyhunt profile.

Please do not send any attachments or resumes.

Send all of the required items to blog-samples@daddyhunt.com. We will only review complete applications and please be patient with us as we go through everything.


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RobHeartsDH
November 4, 2010
Category: Gay Culture
Porn Again

Next Sunday, November 14th, Porn-Again, a premier NYC erotica event sponsored in part by Daddyhunt.com, returns to Splash for it's 11th year. Founded in 1999, Porn-Again auctions off the newest and hottest adult videos, as well as toys and artwork, to benefit the New York City Gay Men's Chorus (NYCGMC). Proceeds from Porn-Again help fund artistic endeavors, the AIDS outreach program and the Chorus Scholarship program for the NYCGMC.

And this year, they're once again bringing the Daddy heat with guest host (and Raging Stallion exclusive) Bruno Bond. Rawr. We hear there will be tons of auction items and giveaways, including the chance to strip Bruno naked and keep his jockstrap. If you're in the New York Area, be sure to stop by and help out a really great cause by expanding your porn collection.

Sunday, November 14th
SPLASH BAR NYC
50 W. 17th St.
2 PM - 5 PM

The first 100 guests receive a special gift bag filled with all kinds of neat stuff including Daddyhunt goodies!


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November 3, 2010
Category: The Arts
Glory Days

You might recognized Hunter and Daddyhunt model Ivan with his dazzling smile and trim frame. Well, not only is he handsome but he is also very talented and we are happy to share this message he wrote about a play he is performing in. If you're in San Fransisco this weekend, check it out. This is the last week and we've heard good things about it!

Glory Days, is a new rock musical and it's a story about four high school friends discovering what has remained the same, and what has changed when they reunite a year after graduation to play a prank on their alma mater. It seems they've changed more than they'd like to think.

I play Jack— a quiet guy who discovers that college isn't really what he needs right now. He quits school, goes on a road trip, and discovers things he never would have under normal circumstances. The show has been an eye-opening experience for me. It's intimate, quick-witted, and catchy, and even audience members who aren't musical fans leave the show moved by how easily they could relate to the story.

Jack and I hold similar characteristics: I'm getting to the age where my adolescent relationships—no matter how strong— are being tested by distance, changes in ideals, and marriage. My best friend and I have grown apart considerably this year. We don’t fit into each others life like we once did and instead, I have to learn how to form new bonds, and to write my own story.

Jack is only at the inception of this common experience. We all know how our lives change as we grew older. We became confident in our homosexuality...

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RobHeartsDH
November 2, 2010
Category: Wellness
The Month Formerly Known As November

While riding in the elevator today, I heard my friend refer to this month as Movember (pronounced MOE-vember). Thinking it was some sort of homorific name change, I was delighted to learn that Movemeber is actually an incredible movement that began building momentum in the early 2000s to raise awareness for men's health and ultimately prostate cancer. The idea is to start the month clean shaven and grow a full mustache over the next 30 days. It functions just as pink ribbon for breast cancer or a red ribbons for AIDS awareness does, but it also gets people talking. As it turns out, growing a mustache is quite the conversation starter which works well for so many of the men participating who are also trying to raise money for this great cause.

Visit their website to learn more about Movember and how you can starting growing your mo. There's even a fun party pack they'll send you if you're feeling inspired and want to grab a group of friends. And just think of all the mustache rides you can offer!

Learn more about Movember.


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RobHeartsDH
November 1, 2010
Category: Eye Candy
Bluto

He may have been a brute and tried to horn in on Popeye's girl, but there's no denying that as far as cartoons go, Bluto was one hot daddy. Also known as Brutus, Bluto had the build, the beard, and the manly swagger to make us forget all about his spinach-eating nemesis. So what if he kidnapped Olive Oyl on occasion? At least we know he's good at tying people up.

What about you kids out there? Ever have a crush on a cartoon character?

Always