Daddyhunt Blog Posts from February 2015

Daddyhunt
February 23, 2015
Category: Entertainment

Last night on AMC's "The Walking Dead" we were introduced to a new couple, Aaron and Eric, who passionately embraced and kissed after being reunited following a brutal zombie rumble.

"What’s also interesting about the kiss — and the real irony here — is that no one within the camp seemed in the least bit bothered by it. In fact, it endeared them to Aaron and Eric. Think about this: Rick is a Southern cop. There’s like three rednecks on the show, a couple of mullets between them, and there’s a preacher. And they don’t give a rat’s ass that two men are kissing. Is that what it’s going to take for all of America to finally accept men kissing? A zombie apocalypse? At this point, even Merle — were he alive — might have had his heart melted by that kiss. “Awwww, isn’t that sweet. Howsa bout a hug for your old pal, Merle, fellas?”

Read more here: http://uproxx.com/tv/2015/02/the-brilliant-irony-to-the-gay-kiss-in-last...

Daddyhunt
February 18, 2015
Category: Gay Culture

"Coach," we heard from behind us.
The kid Nicodemo had just cut from the team had one last thought he had to share.
We turned around.
"I love you, coach."

Openly gay coach Anthony Nicodemo is making a difference.
Read full article here: http://sbnation.com/e/7814630

Daddyhunt
February 2, 2015
Category: Gay Culture

Outsports became the first LGBT publication to ever be credentialed by the NFL for the Super Bowl. Gay sportswriter Cyd Zeigler talks how fitting it was that a team from the first state to have same-sex marriage would win the Super Bowl the first time a gay publication was credentialed by the NFL with full access to the players, coaches and the game.

Congratulations Cyd! It's about time NFL. Is anybody surprised it took them this long?

View Syd's video and article here: http://www.outsports.com/2015/2/1/7961869/super-bowl-gay-patriots-meaning