is a social networking website where older gay men can meet and greet other gay men of interest:

At Daddyhunt there’s never any reason to lie about your age because Daddyhunt members appreciate and embrace men of all ages and types; hot older guys, hairy bears, silver daddies, chasers, younger guys and hunters of all ages.

On Daddyhunt, all users identify themselves as either a hunter or a daddy. In other words, you can be a daddy looking for a daddy, a hunter looking for a daddy, a daddy looking for a hunter or even a hunter looking for a hunter. You can be any age to be either. We have hunters in their sixties and daddies in their thirties.

This all sounds above board and I am sure Daddyhunt provides a much needed alternative to popular web sites like Manhunt ,or adam4adam, whose members tend to be more of the “chicken seeking chicken” or “GM32 seeking GM32” variety.

What’s interesting is that the web promos for DaddyHunt are really classing up the joint by featuring the cross generational love story of artist Don Bachardy and famed author Christopher Isherwood.

Christopher Isherwood, the author of Berlin Stories (later turned into Cabaret) and other novels (see the Tom Ford post below), was 48 when he met the 16 year old Bachardy. Their relationship lasted over 30 years ’til Isherwood’s death at 81. The relationship was the subject of a well received documentary several years ago. Daddyhunt celebrates this cross-generational love story in a series of web interviews with Bachardy:

Artist Don Bachardy Talks about Christopher Isherwood’s Influence on his Later Relationships | DH Blog

These are the most literary/thoughtful web promos for a sex/relationship/hookup website I have ever seen. (Next up Phillip Roth for )

So you never know gents, maybe if you go on you might just meet Gore Vidal.

I‘m creating my ad today: “Literary neophyte seeks brilliant Andrew Holleran type writer for vanilla sex and light copy editing.”

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