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How do you become a "fluffer"?

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Contact the HR department for pornography production companies and inquire about current fluffer positions. Adult entertainment casting agencies often recruit fluffers for a variety of productions.

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Fluffers are responsible for keeping male pornographic performers aroused between takes. Techniques involve fellatio and other non-penetrative arousal methods. These on-set assistants report to the Makeup Department. Fluffers must remain professional and comfortable in intimate settings. Additional responsibilities may include assisting production staff, lifting heavy objects. As of 2014, professional fluffers earn $39,000 to $42,000 per year or $19 to $21 per hour. Actual earnings are based on several factors, with total production budget being the most influential.

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