Giant billboard seeks college girls with 'strong Oral skills,' features porn star

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  • The ad targets female students.

  • The ad targets female students - photo credit LA Observed.

A new billboard just three-miles from the University of California Los Angeles's (UCLA) Westwood campus is seeking female students who are equipped with "good oral skills." 

"Do you have good oral skills?" asks the billboard which hangs over the corner of Pico and Gateway Blvds. 

The ad targets female students.

The job? Providing "companionship" as a "sugar baby" for successful area men who in exchange provide money and gifts.

The billboard, which also features a photo of smiling, but clad, porn star Bree Olson, is the creation of Toronto-based ArrangementFinders.com, which provides Sugar Daddy services to young cash-strapped women.

In January, a competitor, SeekingArrangement.com, which calls itself the  “elite Sugar Daddy” service, released a study that alleged it was growing rapidly on U.S. college campuses. UCLA, for example, ranked 20th on a list of schools with the highest usage. 

That same survey noted that the average monthly compensation for a “Sugar Baby” is $3,000 per month.

The site's marketing officer, AJ Perkins told LA Observed, a local publication, that their goal was to inform women that there are easier ways to prosper than hard work.

"After three months of hanging out by the beach and taking it easy, we want to remind female students they have other options in life besides just hard work," he said in a statement. 

ArrangementFinders.com did not reply to a request for comment in time for publication. 

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Josiah Ryan

Josiah Ryan

Editor-in-Chief Emeritus
Josiah Ryan is a former editor-in-chief for Campus Reform, and former director of communications for LI's Campus Leadership Program. Previously Josiah reported on the U.S. Senate for The Hill newspaper in Washington D.C. and was the cofounder of The Floor Action blog, a live-stream on policy, politics, and procedure in the upper chamber.
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