Squirt.org, ranked as the most inclusive gay dating and hook-up site, has announced an all-new competition in search of King Cock 2023.
The platform, which is available in Canada, the US, the UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, and dozens more countries across the globe, has described the King Cock 2023 competition as “part of [its] ongoing commitment to promoting safe and respectful hook-ups within our community”.
Squirt.org believes “that exploring your sexuality should be a positive and enjoyable experience” and offers its members a range of features to help them connect with like-minded individuals, whether they’re looking for a quick hook-up or a particular niche community.
To be named King Cock 2023 and win $500, Squirt.org users are encouraged to upload a public picture of their “beautiful cock” to their profile. Once the pic is uploaded, people can nominate who they think deserves to win the title of King Cock, whether it be others or themselves.
At the end of the competition, the user with the most votes will receive a $500 grand prize as well as a 12-month Squirt.org Fan Club Membership.
“We hope that this competition will encourage more people to join our community and explore their sexuality in a safe and respectful way,” the organisation said.
Squirt.org is a long-time friend of GCN and offers a variety of features and information for Irish users, particularly in Dublin.
“From queens to bears and everyone in between, you will never be let down by the sheer variety of options to choose from,” the hook-up site wrote about Dublin City.
“If you’re horny for twinks, check out The George, Dublin’s oldest gay bar, for a slightly younger crowd of hot men. Alternatively, attached to the George, but operating separately, is the colloquially-known Jurassic Park, nicknamed because of its popularity with the older gay crowd,” it added.
To register for Squirt.org and to learn more about the King Cock 2023 competition, click here.
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