SAN FRANCISCO — Falcon/NakedSword has released the 300th issue of its official ezine, Hunt.
“This special issue is jampacked with the must-see gay porn features, free downloadable content as well as the treats and surprises that fans expect,” said a rep.
The complete 300th issue of Hunt is currently available to read for free at HunteZine.com, where gay porn fans can also sign up for a free biweekly email subscription.
On the cover of the benchmark edition, Falcon/NakedSword exclusive Beau Butler shows off his attributes in support of his just-released video compilation, “Best of Beau Butler Bareback.” This issue also includes a model spotlight with free images of Butler’s latest scenes for top brands such as Falcon Studios, Raging Stallion and NakedSword Originals, along with a free scene download where Hunt readers can get their hands on the superstar’s “Get a Room Too” flip-fuck with Rodrigo Amor.
Other major highlights include a feature on the “Discretion Advised” podcast’s interview with “RuPaul’s Drag Race” personality Alaska Thunderfuck and Levi Karter, the 2023 Hunt Reader Survey, a free action gallery from NakedSword Originals and a variety of other bareback content.
“What started as a niche endeavor has not only become an industry staple but also a hugely successful way of connecting with our fans across the world,” said Falcon/NakedSword President and CEO Tim Valenti. “First-rate feature articles and stunning photography make Falcon/NakedSword’s Hunt eZine the destination for gorgeous men and stimulating reads, and I’m proud of the readership we’ve cultivated over the past 12 years. The 300th issue, with exclusive Beau Butler at its center, is most definitely an achievement to be celebrated.”
VP of Business Development and Marketing Toby J. Morris added, „When I joined the Falcon/NakedSword team, all the major hardcore gay print magazines had ceased publication. These magazines used to fill their pages with all the major studios’ images, and I thought we should fill a void in the market with a digital eZine that gave our content to fans as a way to promote our products… and Hunt was born. I actually presented the idea in my first interview, and we created it and started sending it out within two months after I started at Falcon/NakedSword. That was 12 years and 300 issues ago, and it’s grown and evolved every year, and the audience loves it.”
Hunt originally debuted in May 2011, and is a biweekly publication.
The full archive of past issues is currently available to read for free at HunteZine.com.
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