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You too can live with sexologist Susan Block

It's not too often you see an ad for a live-in editorial assistant, especially with the chance to "earn lucrative commissions doing telephone sex therapy." But then Susan Block is not your typical media employer. Only "open-minded, imaginative women" should apply. Oh, and good writing is required. Posted today at craigslist:

Live-In Editorial Assistant (Downtown LA)

Live-In Editorial Assistant wanted for internationally renowned media sexologist and institute director, recently featured on Nightline, as well as on HBO, Playboy, WeTV and other media. You will be writing and editing website and advertising copy as well as answering the phone, doing some online content management, organizing and scheduling.

In exchange for your part-time work, we will give you room and board in the Institute’s fabulous spacious loft, including your own private room, DSL, phone, maid service, tech support, bar and kitchen access, some gourmet home-cooked meals, recording studio, erotic art gallery, awesome eclectic ambiance, 17,000 square feet of space to work and play in (basically, $2000/month of room, board & amenities) with an exciting, vibrant, socialist-style, capitalist-oriented community of artists, technologists and sex therapists.

If you are an open-minded, imaginative woman, you will also have the opportunity to earn lucrative commissions doing telephone sex therapy with our company. If you have a car and a good driving record, we will pay some of your car expenses. This position is not for everybody, but for the right woman, there is tremendous room for growth and an opportunity to “live the dream.”

You must be a good writer/editor, as well as well-spoken, very responsible, organized, mature, computer literate, self-motivated, with a good phone voice, and the ability to learn simple tasks fairly quickly. You should be able to do basic HTML. Familiarity with Drupal and/or CSS would be awesome, though not required.

Please take a look at a couple of our sites before contacting us:

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