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South Beach's LGBT Winter Party Festival Seeks "PG-13 Go-Go Dancers"

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Are you a sporadically employed adult (i.e. 18 or older) who likes to spend his or her spare time (mornings, afternoons, late nights, etc.) wandering around South Beach, stripping down, oiling up, and shaking ass?

Well, Winter Party Festival needs your help. The annual six-day LGBT extravaganza, AKA "the hottest winter in the world," is looking to hire "the hottest dancers in town" to "set the stage on fire."

Unfortunately, these ass-shaking positions are unpaid. But c'mon, the chance that you and your booty might become SoBe celebrities for the weekend is totally priceless.

"Volunteer your groove thing to be a go-go boy - or go-go girl -- for one of the nine major dance events during Winter Party Festival" by sending an email with the subject line "WPF Entertainment Casting" to wpf.dance@gmail.com.

But note ... Winter Party reps don't want your dick flicks, tit pics, or crotch shots. All they're asking for is "a PG-13 head shot and full body picture."

Keep those go-go applications clean, people.

Winter Party Festival. Wednesday, February 29, to Monday, March 5. Tickets cost $75 to $590. Visit winterparty.com.

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