Model Behavior

Sex Sells.

We get it.
As someone whose job is 60% of working with sexy ladies. I have no problem whatsoever with a girl wanting to take off her clothes for pictures. That is her prerogative.

I just feel the need though for some clarification between Sexy and Pornography.

Pornography is often distinguished from erotica, which consists of the portrayal of sexuality with high-art aspirations, focusing also on feelings and emotions, while pornography involves the depiction of acts in a sensational manner, with the entire focus on the physical act, so as to arouse quick intense reactions.

So I am thinking a girl full on eating out another girl out would fall under this category NOT art… Someone please correct me if I’m wrong because I very well could be. I suppose “art” is subjective, sort of. Someone out there is choosing what goes in porn mags and photos, right? Therefore there IS a standard set.

I think if girls want to be Porn stars, I guess that’s cool, do you boo boo (in my Kev Hart voice). Something that needs to be taken into  consideration is those pictures and videos are FOREVER. So if you decide you want a corporate job, you fall In love with the next presidential candidate or anything in between that stuff is going NOT going to fly!
If you’re shooting to be in Playboy, well even they wouldn’t accept the pictures I’ve seen from said Facebook episode.

Moral of the story is if you are a model or planning to be one think long and hard about what TYPE of model you would like to be. Also choose your photographers wisely. Any photographer pretending that porn is going to get you paid Commercial or Editorial work is lying to you. Please take the time to research your field.

Pro Sexy. OK with Porn.
Anti Photographers and models confusing the two.

I am by no means on any high horse as I drink a lot and do various other stupid things.
If you don’t like my stance on this, guess what? This MY blog. =)

Now check out some sexy photos that actually could make Playboy October and February issues