Gaydar Founder Death Plunge!

Whoa, talking about bursting a bubble. Sorry to be the bearers of bad news, but Gaydar founder Gary Frisch has died after falling from his London apartment’s balcony. Though police aren’t suspicious of foul play, they have not yet ruled the incident a suicide – which, it seems to us, would mean that there could have been some foul play.

38-year old Frisch moved from South Africa to England back in 1997. Upon his arrival, he opened a consulting firm called QSoft. As things took off, Frisch expanded his empire, launching the world-wide website, Gaydar. Of their founder’s death, Gaydar had this statement:

It is with great regret that we make this announcement. Gary was a highly regarded leader and colleague who cared first and foremost about the gay and lesbian community that we serve.

He was an accomplished entrepreneur and a very generous man who also cared deeply about the people who worked for and with him.

Gary’s legacy as a co-founder of the Gaydar phenomenon is immense and it is one that we shall both celebrate and continue into the future.

Gary will never be forgotten and he is deeply missed by us all.

It especially a bummer because the company has a party Thursday to celebrate the fifth anniversary of Gaydar Radio. Never fear, in grand gay fashion, the party shall go on.