Bedbible wants to pay you $20 an hour to watch porn

By Alma Fabiani

Updated Apr 8, 2022 at 03:58 PM

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Sex toys and other adult products review platform Bedbible has recently published an open position ad where it stated that it is looking to pay one lucky applicant $20 (£15) an hour to watch “online pornographic videos” and “gather data points” on topics like sex positions, duration, number of orgasms, male versus female ratio, hair colour distribution and even language distribution. This research is part of Bedbible’s mission to produce an “in-depth report about tendencies/statistics in porn videos.”

Whoever is seen as most qualified for the position—which, by the way, is aptly titled ‘Head of Porn Research’ by the website—will be paid around $3,205 (£2,468) per month. Bedbible will also keep in contact daily and weekly with the new porn connoisseur. For those of you who are already thinking of hustling it and working two jobs at the same time (one by day, and one mostly by night) you’ll be pleased to hear that the role is “100% remote.”

For the ones who, unfortunately, are already back in the office, we’re sorry to say that it might be trickier to balance such a demanding double life. But hey, never say never. A February 2022 survey conducted by Totality Services has revealed that five per cent of the UK’s population admitted to watching porn on a work device.

Of those who admitted to doing so, around one third said they watched it for two to four hours of their workday, while a somewhat unfathomable 20 per cent said they watched adult content for between four and eight hours a day. We’re not ones to judge, but come on, eight hours a day?

Anyway, back to your dream job. Applicants need to be over 21 of age—duh—and will have to provide Bedbible with a handful of details, such as their name, email address, current employment status, as well as why they applied in the first place and why they should be picked. Sounds pretty simple, right?

Speaking to LADBible, Edwina Caito, Head Content Creator at Bedbible, said, “Pornography is a billion-pound industry around the world, so we came up with the idea of learning more through real-life examples. We chose to explore the most common sex positions in the top 100 most viewed videos to create a fair representation of people’s porn preferences.”

“We’re sure we’ll learn some interesting statistics from our research such as what types of roleplay the actors have, number of orgasms, and any fetishes covered,” Caito added.

Just to give you an idea of how popular the role seems to be, as of now, more than 31,000 people have applied for the position. But don’t lose hope so soon—after all, the only thing asked of you is to fill this short form. Better try your luck!

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