Provincetown’s first ocean-side lube-wrestling contest with daddy porn star Adam Russo XXX (http://adamrussoxxx.com/) was a raging success! Held on the beach during Daddy Days 2014, this contest was sponsored by Boy Butter Lube (http://www.boybutter.com) and The Crown and Anchor (http://www.onlyatthecrown.com/). DJ Chris Racine kept it live while Daddy Adam took down a bunch of slippery hotties during the first Sunday of Carnival. Hope you were there to enjoy this historic moment. Only at the Crown people! Only at the Crown.
Daddyhunt has invaded Provincetown for the second annual Daddy Days!
We blew the roof off Purgatory at the Gifford House Sunday night and the party continues for a whole week (full itinerary here: http://www.ptowndaddydays.com/itinerary/) ending in a big bang on Sunday the 17th with lube wrestling on the beach at the Crown and Anchor. If you're lucky you might get a chance to wrestle with porn star Adam Russo!
Daddy Days 2014
Sunday August 10 – 17th, 2014
For over a century Provincetown has provided a safe and tolerant summer getaway for gay, lesbian and transgendered people. Provincetown is an especially welcoming place for gay men who are older and for those who admire them. But there had never been a week dedicated solely to Daddies until Daddyhunt rolled into town!
This year Daddyhunt.com has sponsored a full week of cocktail parties, dance parties, TripleX all male review, piano bar, fetish party, pool party, Boy Butter lube wrestling and more!
Daddyhunt’s handsome welcoming crew will be on deck to usher you into town, swag you up, and help you mingle with all the hot Daddies and admirers who come out to play.
Our host hotel is once again Crew’s Quarters located right in the center of town on Commercial Street and the Crown and Anchor. Book your rooms quickly because they are going fast! Use promo code: DADDY to get a 15% discount.
Take a look at the full Itinerary: www.ptowndaddydays.com/itinerary
After months of anticipation, HBO’s new series “Looking” premiered this past Sunday. Reaction so far appears mixed at best, with gays either loving its “honest and realistic” portrayal of a group of twenty- and thirty- something, single gay men in San Francisco, or finding its merry band of rainbow boys and their “gay people problems” unrelatable, clichéd, and (perhaps worst of all for an HBO show) boring.
Show creators Andrew Haigh and Michael Lannan get some things right (more on that later), but just as many things wrong. Like, really wrong. Asking someone if they’re “drug- and disease-free” is, strictly Grindr-speak and unrealistic for an in-person conversation. I’m also sure all the hot, BART-riding Latino guys that have picked me up over the years knew not only how to pronounce the word “oncology” without difficulty but also knew what it meant. Cancer and oncologia are not just white-girl problems.
Minor quibbles, perhaps, for a half-hour comedy, but queens have gotten the boot from “RuPaul’s Drag Race” for far lesser offenses. That being said, “Looking” does get a few things right; namely, its honest depiction of the difficulties we have when it comes to finding our internal, moral, and sexual compasses as we make our way into adulthood.
All of us—homo and hetero alike—grow up under the influence of what society and our parents tell us, from the kind of sex we should have to the kind of relationships we should work toward. But for many gay men and women,...
With the recent, tragic passing of Paul Walker, it's just another reminder to live life to the fullest. You never know when the end may be so do what you need to in the time you're given. Queerty has a rounded up a list of men that were also taken too soon. Everyone from James Dean to the more recent Core Monteith. Who would you have liked to see blossom and fulfill a greater destiny?
Any of your favorites on or missing from the list? Honor them in the comments below.
We love a good Kickstarter campaign, especially when it creates something we want to see made. Not too long ago Dan Via and Gerald McCulloch brought their play, Daddy to New York and LA. For those who couldn't make it to either coast we've got some good news as the pair are looking to take the play from stage to screen and are using Kickstarter to help raise the production funds. For someone who loves a good daddy tale in any media, I'm hoping the pair hit their mark and can create this funny and heartbreaking play into an equally funny and heartbreaking film.
Here's a quick plot synopsis:
Colin McCormack (Gerald McCullouch) thinks he has it all — a great job, a steady stream of hot younger men, and a best friend, Stew (Dan Via), whose devotion he takes for granted. But when a charming and mercurial intern sweeps him off his feet, Colin sees a chance for something more: A family of his own. What he discovers instead is a shattering truth that may cost Colin everything — and everyone — he holds dear.
Do you wish there were more daddy relationships shown on screen?
This video was making the rounds this week and it got me thinking back to my days in the locker room with the lacrosse team. There's always plenty of hijinks and hot moments when you're a gay man on a team sport (as evidence by the video below), so we want to hear some particularly hot stories from all of you. Share your best/hottest locker room tales in the comments below and don't skimp on the details. Let's get each other worked up.
And might I add...this is the twerk to end all twerks.
This isn't the first attempt, and it sure won't be the last, but a new film hopes to finally answer the age old question: does size really does matter? In what's being build as the world's first "cockumentary," Patrick Moote searches the globe for answers after his girlfriend turned down his marriage proposal because of his small penis. It features interviews and insights from doctors, ex-girlfriends, and even advice columnist Dan Savage. While things aren't always apples to apples with the gay and straight community, I think many men wonder if they're big/thick/long enough for their partner. With gay men, it's something we put out there (or get to know) fairly early in a relationship - often times knowing what our partner's packing before we've met. It's just another example of the tricky waters gay men navigate in putting the cart (sex) before the horse (relationships). But we'll save the sex-obsessed culture talk for another post.
Back to the topic at hand, would you break up with someone because they had a small dick? Let's just do our own polling and answer Patrick's question once and for all in the comments below: does size really matter?
Watching two daddy bears fall in love on a construction site seems like the best way to start the week. Out gay singer Doug Strahm released his new video for "Better This Way" for us all to enjoy. A heartfelt love song with an eye candy filled video to go a long with it. We like to support these gay singers who continue to put themselves out there (on the sometimes vicious) interwebs. Whatever your tastes may be, we can all appreciate men who go for them dreams and use their creativity for the entertainment of us all.
Are there any up and coming (or long established) gay artists that you've found through the internet that are worth sharing? Post about them in the comments below and link to some of their work for all to see.
For those of you who watched the surprising, frustrating, touching and sometimes funny Emmy's on Sunday, we were treated to some great acceptance speeches. Between Merritt Wever's sure to be remembered ultra quickie to Michael Douglas' innuendo laden thank you to Matt Damon, the speeches may have been the best part of the broadcast. Add to that an Elton John (sort of) tribute to Liberace, our favorite Neil Patrick Harris as host, another win for the hilarious Jim Parsons and a slew of hot dancers smattered about the show's musical numbers and you've got yourself one rainbow filled show. What were your favorite moments from the show?
And speaking of television, with the new Fall season kicking into high gear this week, what new or returning shows are you most looking forward to?