Users are, disturbingly, asked to click a box to say whether they prefer safe sex.
Every vital statistic is listed; often with eye-watering full-colour evidence.
After all, as Barrie told the Mail this week, 'it's a site used by many of our friends as a way to share information'.
No doubt it is, but a few moments trawling through the pages of reveals that much of that 'information' and many of the accompanying images jar horribly with pictures of children.
They prefer to ignore the fact that pictures of children on any website carrying such explicit material, heterosexual or gay, would provoke the same concern.
Barrie has tried to make light of the couple's recourse to the dating site with a jovial reference to Little Britain star Matt Lucas's outrageous character, Daffyd.
A spot check of the Gaydar website revealed 500 men were advertising from around the immediate area.
Ironically, given the pair's weakness for uniforms, the Mail discovered their detached, rented £600,000 house belongs to senior police officer Ian Learmonth, formerly based at the nearby Essex Police HQ, but now promoted to Assistant Chief Constable of the Strathclyde force in Glasgow.
Despite their wealth, they were turned down as adoptive parents, so decided to raise a family by a different method. It took their sperm, the eggs of one American woman, the wombs of two more, some of the finest IVF surgeons in the world and around £200,000, but they did it.
To create the twins, two eggs from donor Tracey Mc Clune, 40, were inseminated - one with Barrie's sperm; one with Tony's.
He had no comment to make on his tenants, who were placed by a letting agency.