posted on Oct, 13 2016 @ 01:31 AM
It really amazes me how prude Americans are. A naked breast is not allowed on tv, but ultra-violence is not a problem. There is something pretty sick
Back in the nineties, I did a lot of fashion and commercial photography in Europe and also in Russia. During a shoot, a model changing outfits 10 or
15 times is no exception, and it is totally normal for them to do this in front of the photographer and assistants. Why? Because they are hard working
professionals and don't waste time going in and out of dressing rooms, even when working in a studio. They know that everyone working on the shoot are
also professionals and have seen it all before. The only people that would at times take advantage of the situation and sit there drooling over the
models were the clients. Those types I would send away during nudity shots, out of respect for the models.
I never worked for a beauty pageant, but I can imagine the mentality being similar. The fact that Donald Trump is the owner of his beauty pageant,
puts him in a professional position that should give him much more leeway in what he wants to see, and that is how this should be viewed. That there
are 15-year-olds around doesn't really shock me all that much. They should be quite used to these situations if they are there with women a bit older.
But not in the US I guess.
Sometimes, women will need head to toe make-up to produce the right lighting effect. Many of the best make-up artists are male, and I have never
encountered a female model having a problem with being touched by them. Or think about tattoo artists. Do you think they all get a sexual rise out of
doing the more intimate areas? No, they are focussed on their art.
There is nothing vulgar about looking at a beautiful woman's body while she is getting undressed or dressed. Yes, sometimes it's personal, but again,
not so much so in a professional setting. People who can't seem to grasp that have maturity issues. Not everyone gets a hard-on as soon as they see a
woman changing her clothes in these settings. Generally, professionals are only focussed on the result of the job.