About

Welcome to Gay With Daddy Issues! My name is Daniel and as the name of my blog suggests, I am gay with daddy issues. I created this blog to share my stories and perspective with all of you and to create meaningful, insightful and relatable content. If you have a sense of humor and can find amusement in everything life throws at you, stay tuned.

To everyone reading this I want you to know one very important thing – you’re not alone. One of the main reasons I started this blog is because I feel very alone at times. Knowing how that feels, I wanted to create something that you can connect and relate to, simply so you don’t feel the pain and isolation that loniless causes.

I want you to visit my blog, read and laugh. The content I post will make you think. I want you to express how you feel in the comments. Yes, even if you disagree with me. Tell me everything, share your story, inspire other readers. Trust me, there is not much that will shock me at this point, I was born and raised in San Francisco.

My love of writing short stories, essays and poetry is something that soothes my soul. Writing to me is my meditation, it calms me down. The occasional unpredictability of writing is what makes it so magical – sometimes you don’t know what’s going to come out. I look forward to sharing my stories and art with all of you.

I want to thank you for visiting my blog. I don’t really know where the hell this will go, I’m new to the blogging world. But if I can make one person feel less alone, laugh or relate to one thing I’ve said then I’ve done my job.

“Find ecstasy in life; the mere sense of living is joy enough.”– Emily Dickinson

Gay Founding Fathers: Alan Turing

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Dad Meet Daddy

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Gay Founding Fathers: William Haines

Actor turned interior designer, Billy Haines, proved that you don’t have to sacrifice principles to live a happy and successful life.

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Bators

I want to talk about bators. “Bators” are the self-described, proud masturbators in a currently thriving area of the kinkiverse. They are men who seek other men to masturbate “with” (either physically or virtually). Some of them can be found at jack-off clubs but you will find a lot more online, at places like (which became bator central some time after its predecessor, , dissolved in a flurry of social web host incompetence). In bateworld you will find a lot of men, thousands of them, with handles like “Stroker” and “Tugger” and “B8Addict” and “Edger” and on and on… Guys who, like me and like most men, love to masturbate, but unlike most men, glorify the bate and elevate this most common of human sex acts to a genuine kink, a cultural phenomenon. Something to share with like-minded fellows and revel in like any kink.

Bators don’t just love to masturbate, many are somewhat obsessed with it. Many proudly proclaim themselves to be masturbation “addicts” or “compulsive” masturbators. They share stories, pics and videos of getting lost in “the bate,” or lost in “the goon” (gooning refers to the monkey-like, drooling, demented look a bator will have when he is completely absorbed by his penis and the sensations he is giving himself, a state which evokes the reptile brain, freedom from higher mental functions and a complete surrender to sexual sensation.)

There are phone lines where bators listen to each other while they jack off, some just listening on a speakerphone while their bolder brethren wank and moan and talk dirty, about penis, cock, stroking hairy boners, sometimes just repeating the word “penis” over and over again.

There is more than one kind of bator, just as there are many shades of vegetarian or protestant or European. As a man who leads a community of masturbators, I have encountered several discreet varieties within the world of bators, jackers and wankers.

I would say the most general divisions are between what I would call solosexuals, Jacks and dabblers. The first two are the only actual bators, but there are a lot of dabblers, so they merit mention here…

“Solosexuals” are interested in masturbation to the exclusion of physical contact with others. They may fantasize about others sexually, but in reality, they just want to masturbate. Period. Most solosexuals are not really interested in or well suited for sexual relationships with other people. They may not be introverted. They may, in fact, be really friendly and outgoing. They just don’t want to have sex with anyone but themselves. These guys can be found by the hundreds and thousands in online communities like bateworld. Solosexuals may be gay, bi or straight, but when it comes down to engaging in actual sex, it’s practically a moot point, since they are almost exclusively into their own penis, and less likely to pursue a lasting sexual relationship with others.

The big drawback to solosexuality is loneliness. While many solosexuals are perfectly happy to be single, many still want intimate contact with a partner or a family. They still love, they still need intimacy. They just are wired to find their most complete sexual satisfaction by their own hands. Many find compatible partners and many more just live in the closet, and hide their masturbation just as they did when they were kids. For many, the hiding itself becomes sexualized and part of what turns on the solosexual. Not surprisingly, solosexuality may work best for single men who don’t mind being that way, but they exist in all kinds of relationships. Nobody knows how many men are genuinely solosexual.

“Jacks” want to masturbate with others, primarily other men. Although there are plenty of straight guys who like jacking off with women, they seem to be a small minority in the greater Jacks phenomenon. Jacks are more often gay or bi, but may also be straight. Jacks are characterized by a desire for “social” sex with a fraternal, convivial energy. They want to jack off with other guys, and prefer mutual, group or social masturbation to solitary masturbation.

The big difference between solosexuals and Jacks is the primary connection being sought by each. Every masturbator is seeking a connection with himself. Solosexuals will generally prefer and return to solitary masturbation by preference. Jacks want to connect with others as well as themselves. Because of the intensity and primal quality of shared masturbation, it also serves as a mirror to our selves, as well as an opportunity to be sexually connected without an assumption of romantic possibility down the road… Jacks sometimes refer to their preferred activities as “recreation, not romance.”

And then there are the dabblers, the tourists, the curious… These may be bi-curious guys who are just dipping their toes into the realm of same-sex experience, or gay men surreptitiously seeking a way into a more “penetrative” contact than just masturbation, or coupled men seeking a safe way to play outside their primary relationships… There are the men who perceive the “kink” of Jacks clubs and are just checking out if it is for them, since they like to masturbate already… The dabblers are a lot less likely to show up in the solosexual realms, because they’re not likely to be solosexual, and solosexuality by design excludes contact with others. Among the Jacks, however, you find a wider range of interest in JO as a primary kink, and a lot more experimentation. Guys are more likely to show up at JO clubs once or twice, and then lose interest and move on, or show up once every few months.

Real “Jacks” will return to a JO club again and again, and will feel comfortable around the diverse men sharing masturbation in pairs and groups. They may have exclusive relationships, but they often return to JO clubs when circumstances allow, because it just fits for them. Solosexuals just need the time and place to masturbate, and whether they are using a phone line, web chatting, watching videos, using a web cam or just fantasizing, they are the only human being touching their penis (they’re also the only people having genuinely safe sex). 

All of these guys experience varying degrees of self-acceptance, just like anyone. We all negotiate our brief lives with varying levels of joy, fear, contentment and boredom… Whatever a person is most naturally drawn to for sexual pleasure and satisfaction, so long as it is consensual and does no harm, embracing it and accepting it is part of being a whole person. 

29 Things You Should Look for in a Daddy

It takes a lot more than bedroom prowess to make a happy and healthy daddy-son relationship.

How does one even start the conversation about daddies? Daddies are sexy, daddies are kinky, daddies are typically older (but not always), and daddies are loving. The subject of daddies will inevitably draw a smirk from someone in a crowd of gay men, but we can all ignore him. Nobody can agree on what a daddy exactly is — Is he a kinky dominant, a trusted friend, a source of financial aid, a muscular body, a smaller body, a hairy body, a boy-chaser, a mentality, or all the above? I won’t offer an exact definition, because there is none, and the world of queer men would be a less beautiful place if there was. I will simply say that I love daddies — and I wouldn’t be here without them. Browse these 29 indicators that you’ve found a good one, boy.

My name is Alexander Cheves, and I am known by friends in the kink and leather community as Beastly. I am a sex-positive writer and blogger. The views in this slideshow do not reflect those of The Advocate and are based solely off of my own experiences. Like everything I write, the intent of this piece is to break down the stigmas surrounding the sex lives of gay men.

Those who are sensitive to frank discussions about sex are invited to click elsewhere, but consider this: If you are outraged by content that address sex openly and honestly, I invite you to examine this outrage and ask yourself whether it should instead be directed at those who oppress us by policing our sexuality.

For all others, enjoy the slideshow. And feel free to leave your own suggestions of sex and dating topics in the comments.

My name is Alexander Cheves, and I am known by friends in the kink and leather community as Beastly. I am a sex-positive writer and blogger. The views in this slideshow do not reflect those of The Advocate and are based solely off of my own experiences. Like everything I write, the intent of this piece is to break down the stigmas surrounding the sex lives of gay men.

Those who are sensitive to frank discussions about sex are invited to click elsewhere, but consider this: If you are outraged by content that address sex openly and honestly, I invite you to examine this outrage and ask yourself whether it should instead be directed at those who oppress us by policing our sexuality.

For all others, enjoy the slideshow. And feel free to leave your own suggestions of sex and dating topics in the comments.

For as long as there have been gay men, there have been daddy-boy relationships. Older gay men have always helped out, guided, and instructed younger gay men on how to live, how to get ahead, and — don’t roll your eyes — how to be gay.

I will not speak for other members of the LGBT spectrum here, because it’s not my place to do so. But I believe that for all gender presentations and orientations under the queer umbrella, this practice is true and long-held. Those of us born to heterosexual parents are simply not like them. We cannot learn our history or our language from them or share their experience any more than our heterosexual parents can learn or share in ours.

A man I’d consider for a daddy-son relationship would be someone who can tell me his stories and give me hope for my life and present me with a vague idea of what’s coming. I have so few role models and so few people I look up to that I often feel like I’m sailing through uncharted waters. Older gay men remind me that many homos have come before me and prospered. Their lessons are among the most important I’ve been taught.

The language around daddy-boy pairings is rooted in kinky, dominant-submissive relationships. Kinksters (kinky people) generally assume daddies are dominants and boys/sons are submissives. Anyone who’s read this column might guess that I get pretty kinky. Kinky people learn from other kinky people with more experience, so that is something I would look for in a daddy. I want someone who knows more than I do and will help me explore new areas of kink as a skilled dominant.

Some people give you 100 percent at the beginning. They offer their loyalty and trust and hope you’ll be as equally benevolent and generous in return. I take the opposite approach: I give new people my minimum closeness and let them work up. When someone gets past my 50 percent — when they’ve put in the hours and patience to earn it — they may be considered more than a friend.

Caretakers are the salt of the earth. These are the people who take you home when you’re drunk when they could stay out having a good time. A good daddy is a caretaker: his natural impulse is to watch over you and check in regularly to make sure you’re doing OK.

The relationship is not going far if you’re kinky and he’s totally vanilla.

My best friend is my former sir. I called him sir while we were together — the label meant a lot to me and to him as well — but I doubt he would have minded if I had called him daddy.

We had a dominant-submissive relationship that fit the bill of what a kinky daddy-boy setup would be. We played together, had intense, hot sessions, and would often go get dinner after we played. When I needed a good cry or to talk about something difficult or personal, I went to him. When we played, he pushed my limits, taught me new kinks, and let me explore my interests with him.

There are few people I could call in an emergency and know without a doubt they’d be there, and he is at the top of that list. Our friendship survived because he took the time to be a friend first. Future daddies: do that.

You know those talks where one hour becomes suddenly becomes four? You want those with a daddy. You want to be able to curl up against your daddy’s chest and spill your thoughts — or sit and listen, enraptured — through an afternoon.

I’m in my 20s. I work all the time. My future feels so uncertain and frightening. When an older gay man tells me, “You’re going to be OK, son,” I burst into tears.

Everyone gets in foul moods from time to time. Emotional maturity is the ability to recognize a bad feeling for what it is (as a problem in oneself, a situation, or someone else) and communicate it in a moderately healthy way when you are ready.

Pay attention, class. The gay textbook undoubtedly defines “daddy” as “an older, established gay man who dates or has sexual relations with younger gay men.” Like so many items in the gay textbook, this definition needs updating — age and money have less to do with it — but “established” is a nice word.

My ideal daddy is someone whose life is pretty stable. He has a house or condo or apartment and is staying put for now. He might have a husband or partner. He has a steady job. He has a community. He has roots.

He’s the sweetest, sexiest man in the world, but he becomes a belligerent, angry, and reckless person when he drinks. If this is the case, the relationship won’t go anywhere. Unless you’re sober, you’re probably going to do some kind of substance with the person you like at some point, and you want to like — or at least be able to tolerate — who he is in those times.

“Reliability” gets wrapped up in the list of things we generally want and expect from parent figures — and rarely get from them. Here is an opportunity to explain daddy-son things for guys who might not “get” them.

When I date a man, I will comfort him, hold him, scold him, apologize to him, play with him, get into trouble with him, make him feel safe, and — if we get to this point — love him deeply. In this way, I am father, brother, and partner to him. I am his best friend when we go downtown. I am his daddy when he’s crying and my arms are around him.

These are all things we generally expect from parents, but the fact is that we don’t get them from parents, and don’t really need them from parents. We need them from partners. We need them from people we love. A “daddy” is really just someone who addresses our needs the way we need them addressed and gives us that place of comfort that so many of us go through life lacking. Sure, there are other things we generally expect from daddies on top of that — sexual dominance, established means, some know-how about the world, and hot, hard, kinky sex — but the core requirement for the role, in my opinion, is the willingness to be that idealized father figure: reliable, encouraging, safe.

When I’ve been out all night, hopping through too many sex clubs or downing too many drinks, and find myself in the morning with no sleep, I get in the mood for a daddy — hard. We all know the feeling: raw and used and tired and sick of everyone. In those moments, I think we all want daddies. We want a safe space where we don’t have to look our best or be our “most” — curled under daddy’s big arm.

When I care for someone, I welcome “talks.” You know, those “we need to have a talk” talks and “what are your feelings about this” talks.

Some guys hate talks — they communicate better in other ways. Look for a daddy who communicates well enough so show you, at the very least, how he communicates. No two people express feelings the same way — certainly not difficult ones — but we can still be good communicators, even if the ways we communicate are different.

Working out with a daddy is hot and awesome! Everything I know about the gym I learned from mine.

If you’re daddy-hunting for men a bit older than you, find someone with patience, because dealing with you will require lots of it. When he needs time to himself, with his partner(s) or with friends his own age, it’s probably because you are annoying the shit out of him. That’s okay — young people always annoy older people. It’s what we do.

Like most human characteristics, no one can change their age, so it’s unfair to treat someone as lesser (less intelligent, less mature, less attractive, less valuable) because of it. Age is just a number.

The only true requirement for being a daddy is wanting to be one. My ex is a 24-year-old daddy who loves power-topping older muscle guys. My ex has “daddy mentality.” By the same token, you can be a “boy” at any age — don’t let any ageist youngster tell you otherwise.

Regardless if you see daddy-son/daddy-boy as a kinky role play or a legitimate, emotionally-invested, beautiful relationship (both views are valid), it is healthy to not overplay it for the same reasons that it’s not healthy to conflate the place of any relationship in your life. Codependency becomes an ugly thing if you let it. People should be cared for and enjoyed, and it is normal to rely on some of them — to a point. Past that point is when a relationship ceases to be healthy.

Some guys enjoy submitting control over certain parts of their lives, but too much is risky and unwise. Do not hand over control of your medical care, mental health, bills, or finances to someone else. If they ask for it or demand it, leave. Red flags for over-controlling daddies/sirs are when they require your schedule or tell you to report where you are at all times. Some guys might justify this behavior and say it’s part of the daddy-boy eroticism, but I don’t find it healthy, and I refuse to be intimate or emotionally involved with someone who wants to run my life. You are in charge of your life, not him.

This means he cares about you outside the bedroom, outside your “boy” role, and wants to see you do well.

One problem with being in daddy mode nonstop is that it leaves little room to be comforted when you need it. Everyone needs comforting. Even caretakers need caretakers. Find a daddy who tells you when he’s not feeling so hot and opens up (when he’s ready) about his problems, insecurities, or fears. Not everyone wants to be comforted when they’re upset — most humans will simply appreciate being listened to — but offer it. Show that you care about him and view him as a real person, not just a role.

Everyone needs space. Overbearing daddies who never give their boys space tend to lose them. I value my solo time a lot and freak out when I don’t have enough of it. A good daddy knows when he needs to loosen the reigns.

Most daddy-son pairings involve some discipline. They might be simple, common sense rules: Text him if you’re out drunk and need a ride home. Always be polite. Say “yes sir” and “yes ma’am” to people — especially him. Or they might be more intense: Wear a chastity device for a week (or longer). Wear your puppy collar when you see him. Spend a certain amount of time at the gym.

Different boys/subs/pups like differing degrees of discipline. Many non-kinky guys with daddies simply enjoy having someone giving them instructions and keeping them accountable. As long as discipline is consensual, negotiable, healthy, and appropriate — nothing that will threaten your job or your mental health — then by all means, be a good boy.

Remember that you can always negotiate what you do. If he ever closes off negotiation or says you are not allowed to do so, find a different daddy.

Just as you reserve time to be with him, he needs to reserve time to be with you. You don’t want to be put in chastity and left with no pre-arranged meet-up date (and really, you don’t want to be left without a key, should the worst happen). Don’t be a “whenever” boy — you’re a priority, you have immense value. Find someone who sees that.

If you’re a kinkster, make sure your playtime, whatever it is, is safe, sane, and consensual — the three tenants that all kinky play must abide by in order to be healthy and positive. Be reasonable. Push your body’s natural limits (the body can endure a lot). Play with a safe word. Stop when you want to stop.

Some guys don’t want their daddy to be anything more than a bedroom dominant, but I would argue that this misses the whole point and experience of having a daddy. I’d say such a person would more adequately be called a “sir,” “mister,” or any of the other dozens of words we call dominant guys. A daddy can be all those things and wear any of those hats, but he is also someone who invests in you as a person and wants to see you succeed. I think the best daddies are the ones who go to movies with you, and have dinners with you, and spend time with you outside the bedroom.

The Franco-Czech writer Milan Kundera has called laughing the enemy of love, a barrier between oneself and the world, and the most sacred human act, depending on which page you read. Find someone who makes you do it.

He is tempted to say “love” but he is worried it’ll scare you off, so he says it quietly after you’ve fallen asleep. 

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