Britain's initial gay surrogate papas have provoked concern after publishing photos of their youngsters on an explicit gay dating website.
Millionaires Barrie Drewitt, 39, and Tony Barlow, 42, that fathered doubles and a younger child using a surrogate mom in America, appear on the bear-magazine.com site 'trying to find enjoyable' and also friendship.
But amongst the images they have actually positioned on their web page are pictures of their youngsters - six-year-old doubles Saffron as well as Aspen, as well as three-year-old Orlando.
Somewhere else on the gaydar website there are visuals pornographic photos of men that are trying to find gay companions, or supplying companion services for money.
Last night a child defense charity highlighted the threats of putting pictures of children on such a site.
Michele Elliott, of Kidscape, claimed: \"These men are being really absurd. Whether you are gay, or heterosexual, you must not put children's photos on the internet. This is asking for trouble.
\" The children could be targeted as the kids of well-off or famous people. After that there are some disrupted people that might alter the images and utilize them in a really unpleasant means. They are positioning their kids in danger. This is a severe kid security problem.\"
Last evening Mr Barlow and also Mr Drewitt, that are originally from Manchester, defended their use of the website to meet brand-new close friends yet did not deal with the issue of having images of their children on the site.
In an email to The Mail on Sunday, they claimed: \"Tony and I are residing in Essex currently and also, unlike the centre of London or Manchester, there are very few gays in the town!
\" It (the website) is an excellent method to make pals but we would certainly alert any individual intending to meet people that they require to take precautions.\"
A photo on their website shows the couple, and the two little young boys, at their civil collaboration ceremony this year. The luxurious event included seven female 'man-maids' consisting of Tracie McCune, who gave away the eggs to develop all 3 children, plus 250 visitors.
Below the pictures, under the heading \"Kinds I like', the pair have noted \"Firemen, Married Men, Muscle Mass Males as well as Rugby Athletes'.
In 1999 the pair ended up being the initial same-sex British pair to register as joint parents on a birth certification.