Models are considered by the common man as immoral women, it has not changed.
In fact, the people employing models still consider them as nothing but objects who can be marketed. (An extreme case: Anand Jon, who molested and raped scores of women). The whole industry desensitizes their minds to the immorality happening within the industry. And then slowly, they change from being passive spectators to active participants. Once that happens, even though occasionally they get flashes of self-doubt, they continue defending their jobs and careers, because they do not have a choice anymore. Which model will want to admit, at the age of 50, that all she lived for was a mirage? So she says something like "If I have a chance to live again, I won't change a single thing". And the new young models entering the industry reads those interviews, and keep entering the field, like moths flying into the flame. After 5-20 years of expolitation (physical and emotional), they continue the sordid saga.
Re: Newsflash: Models are still considered immoral
by sanatan upadhaya on Oct 03, 2009 08:45 PM
Please don't forget the fact that lots of Models R addicted to Drugs also, to cope up with the stress as well as the competitive performance as expected.