Obviously, most of my work is highly sexualized, and often I am asked if I get turned on during a photoshoot.
The short answer is no, I don't, because I am in art-space and am completely devoting myself to balancing getting the best lighting, the best composition, making sure the camera is working properly (never trust them, ever) and trying to keep my model in peak form. And oh, I should add that I often have to worry about putting on my own show for the model or anyone else at the shoot because I usually wear short dresses and photography is a very gymnastics like event. It's a lot of stuff to do at one time, and it takes pretty much all my little brain can do at one time...if I am going to do it well at all.
Then there's that whole "professional" thing. When I modeled I can remember getting hit on by creepy ugly old guys, and I remember how icky that felt. I refuse to put one of my models in that position. It's wrong anyway.
Funny thing is my shoots are a bit like a party, depending on what role you have. We listen to cool music while we work, we laugh and tease and if she wants to drink during the shoot, so long as she can handle her liquor, I don't care. If there's a makeup artist or a PA, they'll probably be enjoying it too. This is making art, for crying out loud, and it SHOULD be fun. I enjoy it too, because hey, this beats the hell out of sitting in endless meetings that go nowhere, which is life in the big companies.
But I have my fun and I keep my offers and my hands to myself. It's just not the time or the place to try to get laid.
Sorry if that ruins people's fantasies.