Wissinger concludes that "[t]he structure of modeling work demands that models ‘model’ a certain kind of life, and in so doing, make it attractive, as something consumers want to participate in or know about"
Great site for conflict models "Furlong contends that when conflicting parties allow their discussion to stray into drivers in the top half of the circle (values, relationships, and externals/moods), conflict will likely escalate. Because these drivers represent areas that are not generally within a party’s control, it is best to avoid them. Changing another’s perceptions of perceived past wrongs or dealing with external issues would make any disagreement worsen.
At school when we had dorm parties it always ended up with everyone taking their clothes off. Nothing happened, not really, but it was loads of fun and those girls from school have remained in my mind ever since. - http://chloethurlow.com/2014/01/nudity-taboo/