Daddyhunt Blog Posts from July 2011

RobHeartsDH
July 8, 2011
Category: Entertainment
Blowoff

Provincetown is a magical place. This is a fact. There's something about the tiny little cape town that just makes you feel all warm and fuzzy inside. And if you go during Bear Week, well, that warm and fuzzy feeling can be yours on the outside as well.

This weekend kicks off Bear Week 2011 in Ptown and needless to say, things are about to get real hairy up there. Daddies and Bears alike gather 'round at The Boatslip, A-House, and most importantly for pizza at Spiritus. There are plenty of activities during the week but one in particular we're excited for is Richard Morel and Bob Mould's woofy BLOWOFF party. They'll be hosting BLOWOFF at the The Boatslip on July 12th and we're giving away a pair of tickets to the shindig to one lucky Daddyhunt member.

To enter the contest, just tell us in the comments below: If you could host a Daddy/Hunter Week anywhere in the world, where would it be and why?

The winner will be notified Monday morning via their Daddyhunt inbox. Check out www.blowoff.us for tickets and more info!

Billy Kolber
July 7, 2011
Category: Sexuality
Tenga Flip Hole

For as long as guys have been masturbating, they have been searching for things to stick their dicks in to improve the experience, and they still haven’t found something better than your right (or left) hand… until now.

The Tenga Flip-Hole is a miracle of Japanese ingenuity and engineering. With an extensive array of silicone ridges, nubs, swirls and fingers, it is precision designed to rub you the right way (and three different finger grips on the outside allow you to customize the friction just as you like it). It’s the Lexus of male masturbatory devices, and the most pleasure a man can buy for $79.99. Order it online with free shipping from DrugStore.com, or try the Tenga Flip Air which features an air locking technology to custom mold the silicone elastomer interior to your personal shape, providing even more intense suction (if you’re into that kind of thing… suction).

The Flip Hole comes in a White and Black version – my preference is for the white version, though if...

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RobHeartsDH
July 5, 2011
Category: Relationships

This is may be kind of a bizarre post and request, but I want each of you to read this article on infidelity and marriage from the New York Times and then pass it on to 5 other people, preferably a few straight people. In the midst of all the gaiety that's happened, this extremely detailed and thorough article popped up and I think it's something that everyone should read. Whether you want to marry or are just seeking a long term relationship, there are so many nuances that go into such things that we never discuss. This article seems to tap into the crux of relationship sustainability and how important it is to tailor your relationship to you and you partner. Knowing yourselves well enough helps to navigate a healthy relationship in which both parties needs are met.

With the avalanche of gay marriage momentum we expect to gather in the coming months and year, I've often wonder if it would change the way we gays approach relationships. If by chance, more men would cut down on the bed hopping and give relationships a chance. That the validity in being recognized legally would somehow make the option of settling down a bit more real. I was hopeful of this possibility, but the realist in me thinks that a little legality in the matter of long term relationships isn't going to miraculously change the way some men view dating. That being said, I wish the thesis of this article was something I was taught when I was younger to better align my...

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RobHeartsDH
July 3, 2011
Category: Relationships

Stop me if you heard this one before: You're on a date with a guy you're super attracted to. Everything's going well, the conversation's flowing, eye flirtations are at their peak level; it's clear where this night is heading. You go back to the house and get with the kissing and touching and...nothing. There's nothing there. No chemistry, no want, no interest. And you think to yourself, "What the hell is going on? I just had a great date with someone who 2 minutes ago I couldn't wait to get with the bone jumping and now that we're here it's not at what I had hoped for." What gives?

This is just another example of how seemingly impossible meeting the right guy can be. Because even though everything else is poppin', sexual chemistry can be your downfall. And it's not that either party is bad at what they're doing, it's just they there are different needs and desires that don't quite sync up. One wants a little more push, the other a little more pull. Or maybe they have a style of kissing that just doesn't jive with our lips. Or maybe it turns out you're both big ol' bottoms. My question for all of you out there is how should one remedy such a problem? After all, sexual compatibility isn't everything, but it's still a huge part of relationships.

It's been my experience that most of the time, real sexual chemistry can't be manufactured. If it's not there, it's usually not coming. However, it is possible, and I think smart given the stakes of finding a good man, to have an open and honest discussion about what you're looking for with your partner (be he new...

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Billy Kolber
July 1, 2011
Category: Health

It seems there’s a pill for everything: Restless Leg Syndrome? Who even knew it was a disease, let alone something you could cure with the some pricey pharmaceutical that may or may not be covered by your health insurance should you your doctor prescribe it after you ask if it’s right for you. And if the dizzying array of prescription medication weren’t complicated enough, there’s a whole world of mostly unregulated nutritional supplements that promise all kinds of remarkable yet vague health benefits, always accompanied by the legal disclaimer: “This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.”

What does “supports anti-oxidant health” really mean anyway? Well, as a biology major, I can tell you that oxidants are “free radicals”, highly-reactive molecules that are believed to play a part in most degenerative diseases and cancers. And anti-oxidants are compounds that stop free radicals from doing their damage. It sounds great, but the science isn’t all there yet. Yes, consuming anti-oxidant rich vegetables leads to better health, but the assumption that anti-oxidants are the reason hasn’t been conclusively proven, nor is there solid evidence that nutritional supplements in pill form serve the same function. The annals of science and medicine (I love saying that ;) are littered with studies suggesting that things are healthy for us that later turn out to be just the opposite...

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