Women can now hire a Man Servant, a gentlemen performer "who feel comfortable keeping their penis, and hands, to themselves." Each Man Servant comes equipped with a plethora of skills -- from bartending to photography -- and will do exactly what a woman wants him to do. You can even pick what to call him.
A startup in San Francisco called ManServants aims to give every woman exactly what she wants: a man who does exactly what she wants. The company, founded by two advertising copywriters, wants to unleash your inner lady of leisure by providing you with a gentlemanly tailored-to-order mashup of butler, bodyguard and cabana boy.
But this is not –- repeat, not -– an escort service.
“It’s completely PG,” said co-founder Dalal Khajah, who works at ad agency AKQA. “We have a very strict code of conduct and a very rigorous training process.”
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