Posts by The Daddyhunt Team

May 24, 2019
Category: Site News

We are launching the next generation of the Daddyhunt App and website on Monday, and here's more of what you need to know to be prepared. After we migrate to the new servers and launch the new app and website, your newest messages will load first.

If you are a Premium supporter and have an extensive message history, older messages will load into your Message box over a couple of days. All older messages should be in your Message box by Thursday.

For app users, there's no need to uninstall the current version of the Daddyhunt App. Once the new app is released in the app stores, you simply need to download it and it will automatically log you in on the new environment. If, however, you quit or uninstall the current version, you will need to login using the email and password associated with your account.

Likewise, for website users, with the new site, you'll need to login in using email and password for increased security, so if you don't know the email address associated with your account, please email before Monday EST.

If you experience issues accessing your account after the migration, please email

May 21, 2019
Category: Site News

Hey guys--apologies for the duplicate message issue on our current app and website. A resolution is on the way! Unfortunately, our current code is no longer supported by Android or iOS, and we have been unable to correct this issue.

We are happy to announce that the forthcoming app is built on new, up-to-date code and will resolve the duplicate message issue. It will also allow us to introduce new messaging features that users have been requesting: sending videos, emojis, GIFs, and saved phrases. Stay tuned for the launch of the new versions on May 27th!

As always, we are open to feedback and questions. Please message our Customer Service at

May 14, 2019
Category: Site News

As we move towards the launch of our new website and app on May 27th, we want to update and educate you about some of the upcoming changes. One thing you will notice on the new app and website is the photo layout has changed from landscape to vertical. This change was required due to our implementation of more up-to-date technology.

We wanted to let you know about this important change, as it might require you to reload some of your photos for them to appear correctly in the new app and website.

In addition to the photo layout changes, both premium supporters and non-premium users will be able to have up to six (6) public profile photos on the new app/website. Premium supporters will be able to store up to twenty (20) photos in their private gallery and non-premium users will be able to store up to four (4) photos in their private gallery on the new app/website.

Fotofeed will no longer be supported in the new version of the app. It's being replaced with the option to import photos directly from Facebook or connect your Facebook feed in the first release of the new app/website, and will be followed in the second release with the option to link your Instagram feed directly to your profile.

Stay tuned for more updates about additional changes and new features that are coming in DHv3!

For questions, please contact our Customer Support at

May 6, 2019
Category: Site News

The long wait is almost over! Daddyhunt 3.0 will be released on May 27th. We realize that our loyal users have been waiting for this major overhaul for quite a while especially since the current app and website are experiencing more glitches. So, thank you for your patience.

Between now and May 27th, we'll take the opportunity to educate you about the changes and new features that you'll see on the new app and website. Not only have we redesigned the user interface (what you see) but we've also implemented the latest technology on the backend and will be migrating to new servers.

Stay tuned for more details between now and May 27th, 2019.

April 30, 2019
Category: Sexuality

Let's face it, data and facts can sometimes be fun. So, we are glad that someone took the time to compile lots and lots of data about penis size into one handy dandy map of the world.

After taking a look at each country and their corresponding measurements, perhaps, some of you are re-thinking your upcoming vacation plans? Let's all remember, however, that even within an average there's plenty of variation and surprises can lay in wait. That's assuming that size even matters to you, of course.

It should also be noted, that because of the various sources this study seems to come from, and the already problematic process of accurate penis measurement (do you measure from above or below), these charts, as always, should be taken somewhat lightly.

Still, it's fun to see how the world might measure up.

World travelers, does the map seem to back up your own personal data and experience(s)?

March 21, 2019
Category: Dating

In our never-ending quest to understand how other people define the term Daddy, we bring you this interesting article "The fastest-growing 'sugar baby' UK universities revealed... but at what cost", which takes a look at the "sugar baby" culture on UK campuses. All signs point to the economy and the ridiculous amount of debt college kids go off into the real world with as to why there's been an uptick in young people, in this case women, looking for generous older men, Sugar Daddies, willing to pay them for their time.

Sugar Daddies have been around for as long as anyone can remember, gay or straight, but since the advent of the internet, facilitating these arrangements has become easier than ever. We are sometimes asked if the Daddyhunt community is about connecting guys with Sugar Daddies. The answer is NO, and we make a point of proactively removing users seeking financial arrangements from the Daddyhunt community.

But what we are wondering is, given the placement of this article in the mainstream media, do you think it further perpetuates the most common association with the word Daddy, that it has to be a sugary arrangement? As a community that celebrates Daddies and their admirers, whether they be a pauper or a prince, we’re of the mindset that the stigma surrounding...

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March 14, 2019
Category: Health

You'd think with the official start of Spring being just around the corner, motivation to get an exercise regime together might come naturally. The pressure starts to mount from all angles when shirtless fun is on the horizon. Whether you go to the gym to maintain a healthy lifestyle, vanity, or genuine enjoyment, it can get kind of stale at times. Recently, some of us on the Daddyhunt Team have been trying to be a bit more active outside of the gym, as in, building some "real world" strength that's actually applicable and, dare we say, fun! The gym plateau we all reach is commonplace, which is why a supplemental activity seems like the best chance of shaking things up. In an effort to give us all the "get up and go" we might need, we've gathered some potentially fun suggestions to keep things interesting.

Join an Intramural Gay Sports Group

What if playing sports with a group of guys could actually be fun? Not only are gay sports leagues a great way of keeping in shape and to a schedule, they're also a great way to make new friends (and who knows, even meet your future significant other).
Grab A Partner

Statistics show that having a workout partner in tow increases your chances of reaching your fitness goals. While actually making sure you each get to the gym is an obvious benefit, there's nothing like having a friend there to give you a spot and encouraging you to push yourself even further. You may also find that in trying to keep up with each other, developing a healthy dose of competition can...

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March 11, 2019
Category: Site News

We need to reboot our servers on March 12, 2019. As a result, both the mobile app and website will be offline from 2AM to 2:30AM EST on 3/12/2019. We apologize for any inconvenience.

March 5, 2019
Category: Relationships

We've all got 'em. Whether it's ear hair or baby talk, dealbreakers have become a necessary part of navigating the world of dating. But when should they come into play? Maybe you have friends that date with Seinfeldian levels of dealbreakers and run at the first sign of something they don't like. But everyone deserves a fair chance and even things that we think we have a hardline on can shift when you get to know someone. The question becomes: When you do have a hardline, and you're having a good time with someone, when is the right time to bring up potential roadblocks?

Honesty is great and severely needed in any stage of a relationship, but in many cases timing is key. By definition, a dealbreaker requires calling the whole thing off. But it's never really that simple. For instance, what if the supposed dealbreaker is something that can be tweaked, changed, or brought to their attention? We're not advocating trying to change someone, because in most cases you will fail, but what if communicating your position could make them rethink their behavior? In some cases, the relationship may be more important than what's breaking the deal. We ask all these questions because there are times when being confident and swift in the choices you make can you help you cut out some of the bullshit inherent to dating. It can also make us miss out on something truly life changing when we're quick to judge and decide (especially in the world of online dating). At the end of the day, which should win out?

It seems to boil down to...

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February 16, 2019
Category: Gay Culture

Well, guys, we did it. We're officially a trend. Or so says, the New York Times. In their December 2018 article,, they explored the growing popularity surrounding the term "Daddy" and the type of guys associated with it.

But to all of us, who have been apart of the Daddyhunt community for years or sought it out more recently, we know the joys that come with being a Daddy and being attracted to Daddies. Articles like these come and go, and if it gives more attention to the Daddy crowd we’re all for it, but we just want to be clear that "Year of the Daddy” is not a new and growing trend. And more importantly, it's not something that's going anywhere either. It's always been a part of our community and we’d venture to say it always will be. And we are thankful for that.

This article does echo something we’ve been pointing out for years, which is that "Daddy" can mean any number of things depending on who you talk to. So, if this article makes someone feel more secure with the moniker or allow them to really own who they are, then that's what we call progress.

And, just for ol' times sake, what is your definition of a Daddy?