I totally agree with you realcamgirl.
You have the control as an independent model, and it is empowering you. Empowering you to have and enjoy a better way of life.
There also is nothing wrong with the naked body. I congratulate you on your ability to make a living in a good paying job.
I also feel, that many other professions may be more important in the grand scheme of things.
We all want to attain a better lifestyle, and just be happy.
And we all comprehend that everyone needs their fantasies.
But, there is a huge disparity between independents and studio girls, especially from some countries in this field that their specific locations may dictate, the choices made and where to work from.
For an interested observer or friend, to hear stories of their lives, and their honest confessions and then to see that it may, or may not be true. Then there are some that may find something truly improper in that type of business or moral conduct, as we all might agree upon, shall we say.
And yes, I do have a few friends who work as models. One in particular, has become someone I can truly and honestly say is a very good friend.
In so much as judging and stereotyping others, I suggest that it works both ways.
I am thanking you, that you have taken the time to express your thoughts once again.
Finally, we all have intimate parts within ourselves, not just in the literal sense of the words. To bare ones inner thoughts to someone is like stripping themselves naked to another person and sharing a part of themselves and unprotected.It takes patience and understanding on all involved to have the courage to speak their feelings and not be offended or misjudged, from both sides.
I am ashamed with people using others at the expense of others though(no, I am not pointing a finger at you).
Many examples of that abound though. But then people will say that these other victims brought it upon themselves.
So when a person has too much to drink at a bar, it is the right and responsibility of the owner to stop a person from becoming excessively drunk. Or the person that is held accountable for not making the passenger in their front seat who got hurt by not wearing their seatbelt. Or the drug addict who needs outside intervention because they have fallen into a bad vice.
I am merely suggesting that there are those that are addicted and do not realize how obsessed they may be. Now who is responsible for their safety if this has the annonymity of a safe haven of ones own home hidden from others? I hope you do not see this as me being rude or offensive. I am just pointing out other alternative viewpoints. It is not the work you do, or anyone does, it is how we all treat each other and take the time to listen even if we agree or not agree.