CES 2013 is half over and besides 4K and wearable technology, booth babes are again one of the attractions. Not everbody is though happy with the CES 2013 booth babes. BBC has a report up again that focuses again on condemn booth babes.
There are again the same arguments that booth babes are degrading women in general and that they are a distraction. It is a mute discussion. We are living in a sexed up society. Booth babes are just one small part of this. I am all for what the female CES attendee said at the end of the BBC report that you can watch below: CES booths should also have topless men. Why not? Abercrombie & Fitch stores have male models with ridiculous abs since years. Below the BBC video is a nice CES 2013 Booth Babes video collage from Unbox Therapy.
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