SAN FRANCISCO - Kink.com recently bought domain name LeatherDaddy.com and is looking to turn it into its first male/male BDSM site. Currently, men are being sought to be featured on the site.

James Mogul, director for MenInPain.com, who suggested the idea of LeatherDaddy, says, "I hope to bring to the screen a very primal, raw, male-on-male sexual energy laden with a heavy, masculine bondage and S&M aesthetic. I have in mind something that speaks to a new generation of leather culture with a nod to old-guard traditions."

Kink.com, founded in 1997, has created 11 fetish websites and is hoping to create three more by the end of 2007.

For more information on LeatherDaddy.com, e-mail John Sander at john@kink.com. If interested in being a model on the site, go to LeatherDaddy.com