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I don't think anyone is saying "unattractive" people should be working the shows (that's all relative anyway), I think the point is there's a way to be a bit more tasteful about it. Scantily clad women using sexiness to attract attention to a booth at a game show doesn't help the industry's often negative perception. That's the main point. You can still have reps hired for their attractiveness and personality over their technical or product knowledge, but it doesn't have to be done in such a juvenile manner. Gaming is more than unmarried males 18 - 34.
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