Gay men of Sydney, take note. Those two hot dudes cruising you in the bar might just have been sent by your boyfriend -“ and not in a good way.
Gotcha Enterprises is a company aiming to reveal the unfaithfulness in Australian relationships, and open the doors of doubt among those who might be thinking their slut-of-a-boyfriend is actually working as many late hours as he says.
The premise is simple. Suspicious lover pays $220. Gotcha sends two hot dudes to ask suspicious lover’s partner a series of leading questions in a social or work setting -“ most regularly: Do you have a partner?
If he says no when he should be saying yes, the Gotcha operatives report the news back to the company and the suspicious lover.
Sounds fraught. And difficult -“ what gay man in Sydney will say no to a couple of hot dudes hitting on him in a bar?
According to sexologist and Gotcha founder Kirri Cleveland, the gay community is not as non-monogamous as everyone makes out.
Unfortunately the gay community is pretty prone to cheating, Cleveland says.
And what about those people who don’t believe they are having an open relationship? People always say, -˜Oh, I didn’t understand that we were going to be monogamous.’ But there are also a lot of gay men who assume they are in a monogamous relationship and want to know if their partner feels the same way.
Cleveland is calling for Sydney’s flirtiest gay men to come forward to help catch cheating partners. On Monday afternoon she will be putting would-be flirts through the selection process -“ and stresses it’s not all about being the youngest, the buffest, the vainest.
We’re looking for someone who’s a really good flirt. Someone who believes in monogamy and wants to defend it. Somebody who’s attractive and confident in themselves, she says.
The auditions slash job interviews, of sorts, will be held at the Celtic Club, Queen St, Sydney, on Monday 29 September at 4pm.