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Trade Show Cameltoe

Stinky, hairy feminists are quite rare in Asia, so employers are free to make their female employees wear skimpy outfits. When the annual trade shows come around, each company competes to present the sexiest girls in the smallest, tiniest, thinnest hot pants and tops.

How do you make a motherboard or other piece of geekwear sexy? Put it in the hands of one of these scantily-clad hotties.

Hot trade show girls show off their bodies in tight hot pants

Hot trade show girls show off their bodies in tight hot pants

In the US and Europe, the use of booth-babes has been heavily criticized. Ugly, middle-aged lesbians protest whenever hot young girls are used to market stuff. Some tech trade shows have even banned the use of booth babes.

However, in Taiwan and China, cultural differences mean no one gives a flying fuck about political correctness and puritanical guilt about oggling at cameltoe and pert little titties.

Advertising is all about getting attention, and what better way of getting attention than a bit of cameltoe? Let’s face it, most of this tech stuff is as boring as hell and anything that can spice it up is worth the effort.

Unlike their Asian counterparts, Europeans tend to over-think about things. In Asia, Confucius worked everything out thousands of years ago, so people can go around doing their daily business and filling their bellies without worrying too much about abstract philosophical concepts such as ‘objectification’. Europeans on the other hand have had a bunch of philosophers muck up the water over the last couple hundred years. All of these competing theories have led to endless confusion. Eurogamer writer Rab Florence, for example writes:

What does the concept of the Booth Babe say about women? It says that women’s place at any tech-related event can only be as an attractive decoration to sweeten the event for the men. It says that women aren’t truly welcome in that world, because the moment you objectify something it isn’t part of anything. It’s just there. It’s just something else to be consumed. Fundamentally, it depicts a woman as a product.

However, in Taiwan the attitude is:

“We understand that philosophy, but here we just have a different mentality. In Taiwan, we want to attract a big crowd to our booth, so showgirls are a tool for that. They’re decoration and they always attract a lot of people.” Beauty and the Geeks

A trade show girl shows off her hot ass in hotpants

A trade show girl shows off her hot ass in hotpants

Sexy Asian cameltoe used to sell computer components at a trade show

Sexy Asian cameltoe used to sell computer components at a trade show

Two for one hot Asian cameltoe

Two for one hot Asian cameltoe

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