Companions
64 job listings

Companion — Escort — Partner — Attendant
According to Webster’s Dictionary, a companion is a person who associates with or accompanies another or others. This could be accompaniment to a meeting, an industry event, a social function, or simply to a restaurant. As a result, a companion should have excellent social skills and be comfortable in the spotlight. While the definition of a companion is broad, the accompaniment services you provide should always comply with the local laws in your area. Often, what people want more than anything else is simply to be heard. In order to keep the conversation flowing between you and your client, it helps to be well-informed about current events, sports, news, and cultural activities in your area. You might also want to spend some time learning a little bit about your client’s business and background. The hallmark of a successful companion is good etiquette.

Personal Assistants
19 job listings

Personal Assistant — Girl Friday — PA — Administrative Assistant
A personal assistant is a secretary or administrative assistant who works exclusively for one person. Typically, a personal assistant relieves his or her employer from tasks that are associated with managing one’s personal and/or business life. This could include life management tasks, including running errands, arranging travel and activities, as well as handling more localized services such as paying bills, buying and selling stocks, shopping, meal planning, remembering special occasions, purchasing gifts, and exercise monitoring and motivation.

Massage Therapists
12 job listings

Massage Therapist — Masseuse — Masseur — Massage Personnel
A massage therapist manipulates muscle and connective tissue using various techniques to enhance function, aid in the healing process, promote relaxation and well-being, and as a recreational activity. Massage therapists need to be fairly fit, as the job requires standing and reaching for long periods of time. It also helps to have strong hands and arms. Most massage therapists require certain accessories to do their job properly. These include a good portable table or massage chair, and massage oils and lotions. Incense and music can also help to set the mood. There are many different types of massage styles ranging from lomi lomi, Swedish, Reiki, deep tissue, sports massage - the list goes on and on. The type of license needed to be a massage therapist, as well as the kinds of massage you can provide, differ according to the laws in your area.

Submissives
10 job listings

Submissive — Bottom — Switch — Slave
A submissive or bottom takes the passive, receiving, or obedient role in BDSM relationships. The other partner is the top or dominant partner. A submissive might be subjected to acts such as servitude or humiliation and could be physically restrained by bondage. A person who relinquishes control for a large percentage of his or her day-to-day life to a top, or who submits within a formal set of rules and rituals, is sometimes referred to as a slave. The top is then often called the dom, master or mistress. Those who can assume the role of both dominant and submissive are sometimes referred to as switches.

Text Chat Operators
7 job listings

Text Chat Operator — Text Chatter — Sexting Operator — Sex Chatter
A text chat operator has conversations with paying customers via text messages. Typically, these conversations are sexually explicit, but they can also be mildly flirtatious, merely suggestive or even cover mundane topics. Most text chat operators work out of their homes, as it is cheaper for companies to hire independent contractors than pay for office space. This means you will need to minimize any distractions and have a place where you can focus on incoming messages and be able to respond quickly without any interruptions. Imagination, creativity, and the ability to keep the customer engaged in the conversation are key ingredients to success as a text chat operator.

Fantasy/Roleplay
5 job listings

Roleplay — Fantasy — Fetish Performer — BDSM
Roleplay is the changing of one's behavior to act out an adopted role for a client. In the adult entertainment industry, the most common roleplay involves a fetish, fantasy or BDSM theme. For instance, a person might act out the role of a nurse, maid, dominatrix or goddess. The term BDSM is believed to have been formed from joining the term B&D (bondage and discipline) with S&M (sadism and masochism), or as a compound initialism from B&D, D&S (dominance and submission), and S&M. BDSM is used as a catch-all phrase to include a wide range of erotic practices involving dominance and submission, role playing, restraint, and other interpersonal dynamics.

Dominants
2 job listings

Dominant — Top — Master/Mistress — Dominatrix
A dominant or top takes the active or controlling role in BDSM relationships. The other partner is the bottom or submissive partner. A person who relinquishes control for a large percentage of his or her day-to-day life to a top, or who submits within a formal set of rules and rituals, is sometimes referred to as a slave. The top is then often called the dom, master or mistress. The term "master" can be gender-independent but is typically used in reference to males. The female equivalent is "mistress" or sometimes "dominatrix", "domme" or "domina".