Tom Reichner wrote in post #18581605
I understand this completely. .
A huge amount of what I choose to watch, where I choose to eat, shop, etc, has to do with where the greatest likelihood is of seeing and/or interacting with, hot looking young women.
If YouTube photography videos have a hot looking young woman in them, then I am quite likely to watch them, even if the content isn't very helpful or interesting. .
Doesn't matter to me if she is modeling, assisting, or co-hosting, as long as there is a very pretty face to look at, count me in!
The same goes for what movies I tend to watch on Netflix, what restaurants I choose to eat at, what gas station I go to, etc, etc, etc.
Heck, I even used to go to Home Depot instead of the Ace Hardware, because the Home Depot had two or three cashiers that were very good looking young women who liked to chat and act a bit flirty. .
A few years ago, these cashiers moved on and were replaced by people who weren't very pretty ..... and so I hardly ever shop at Home Depot anymore
As a hard core NFL football fan, I even tend to watch football shows that have pretty women in them, such as Good Morning Football (Kay Adams), Undisputed (Joy Taylor), and The Herd With Colin Cowherd (with Christine Leahy). .
I tend to shy away from shows with all men (or with men and not-so-attractive looking women), such as First things First and First Take.
Eye candy really is extremely important, and drives many of the decisions that I make in life. .
Hence, I completely understand this photographer that you are talking about - if I were he, and got to choose who I would work with, I would definitely try to get a hot looking woman to assist me rather than someone from any other demographic..