March 31, 2010
Category: Entertainment
Good Times at the El Paso Sun City Pride Fundraiser with Bo Dixon Sponsored by Daddyhunt 1

Bo Dixon fans got a rare treat in El Paso! They enjoyed a Sky Vodka Tasting, a meet + greet and a sit down dinner with Bo himself at the renowned Ardovinos. There was also plenty of Daddyhunt t-shirts and other goodies on hand. Great food, eye candy, drinks and giveaways... Sounds like a recipe for an awesome night and all for a good cause no less!

We love the feedback and photo's from Daddyhunt events across the country so feel free to send them in and we'll be happy to post them. Also, if you've got an event coming up and you would like Daddyhunt to sponsor it, feel free to drop us a line -

Good Times at the El Paso Sun City Pride Fundraiser with Bo Dixon Sponsored by Daddyhunt 3
December 23, 2009
Category: Entertainment

Hey Guys,

We put together this short holiday video and would love to know what you think of it! It just went up and has already been featured on top blogs Towleroad and JoeMyGod.

Happy Holidays to all our loyal members and supporters.  Thank you for making 2009 a banner year for men of all ages.

We look forward to an amazing 2010 and the launch of the new Daddyhunt!

Best wishes,
Carl and the Daddyhunt Team

P.S.: Please remember people in need during the holiday season and give generously to your local AIDS and LGBT organizations.

Walter Smith
December 24, 2008
Category: Entertainment

Oh, Santa Daddy, Oh Santa Daddy
bring that white beard to me.
Let it brush upon my nipples, my armpits and my knees.

Santa Daddy, Oh, Santa Daddy
uncut, I’m sure, and hung.
I lie in bed and dream of you
your taste upon my tongue.

Oh, Santa Daddy, I know how naughty I have been.
These impure thoughts fill my nights
and are how my days begin.

It’s not the suit (entirely)
though I confess a fondness for red.
Not just the beard, nor jolly belly
that urge me to your bed.

I only know a kiss from you
is present all I need.
No toy, no candy necessary
just your breath to feed

and I will pass another year
knowing you have been near
my Santa Daddy, Oh Santa Daddy
I sleep with such visions dancing...

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M. Christian
December 12, 2008
Category: Entertainment

Here's something, ummmm, warm and inviting to think about on this cold, December Friday morn.  The hot daddy-ness of our celebrated Presidents is a very no-duh: Washington would be a stern papa, the military dad full of strength and honesty; Jefferson would be the smart dad, intellectual and passionate; Roosevelt (Teddy, of course) would be the (ahem) rough-riding dad, roaring with vigor; and Lincoln would be a strong but vulnerable father, determination mixed with kindness.

I'll take the second from the right, thank you very much

But leave it to a German gay travel site to take Mount Rushmore and make the Presidential Monument into a silly-something that would make even folks who don't see that daddy-ness of Washington, Jefferson, Roosevet, and Lincoln think of them in a new light ... and from a whole new perspective.  It's always been said that hindsight is in the eye of the beholder, no wait, that's not right...

Click here for a closer look.

Chris Turner
November 19, 2008
Category: Entertainment

My husband and I had the great luck to get tickets to the premiere of the film “MILK” at a packed Castro Theater last month. The film is directed by Gus Van Sant, stars Sean Penn (as Harvey Milk) and was produced by Focus Features (producers of “Brokeback Mountain”) so we went in thinking that it wasn’t going to be a waste of two hours… and we were right.

The film chronicles the story of Harvey Milk who was elected to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors in 1977, becoming the first openly gay man elected to public office in America. Milk was murdered by Dan White in 1978.

The film focuses on the last eight years of Harvey’s life. It opens with with Milk picking up Scott Smith (James Franco), the man who would become his partner. It is the eve of Milk’s 40th birthday and he is living in New York. Shortly thereafter Milk and Smith relocate to San Francisco where Harvey begins his journey as a neighborhood activist and ultimately the first gay politician.

I felt like I went into the film knowing a lot about Harvey Milk. I had seen “The Times of Harvey Milk” and countless other documentaries about the gay movement...

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Walter Smith
November 10, 2008
Category: Entertainment

In the mid-1970s there were no gay divisions at publishing houses and no “gay lit” courses taught at colleges and Universities. But mention the name of Christopher Isherwood to those who were around then and chances are you’ll hear what a brilliant writer -- and what an inspiring example -- he was. This was the man who had written “Berlin Stories”, on which the musical “Cabaret” was based, as well as many other novels, plays, and screenplays. In the final paragraph of his 1976 memoir, “Christopher and His Kind,” which covers his experiences from 1929 through 1939, Isherwood writes that he would eventually find “the ideal companion to whom you can reveal yourself totally and yet be loved for what you are, not what you pretend to be.”

That companion, for Isherwood, was Don Bachardy, and their 33-year relationship ended only with Isherwood’s death in 1985. The two met on the beach at Santa Monica in 1953, when Isherwood was 48 and Bachardy only 18. They were the first -- and for many years the only -- openly gay couple among the Hollywood elite. In the years...

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