The punditry of the videogame community have been chatting an awful lot about booth babes this past year or so. There are those wanting them banished from events such as E3 and the Eurogamer Expo, and staunchly defending their existence.
Does either side really have the right to start dispensing mandates over what jobs can and cannot be available to people? And they are people, not just points on an arguer's scorecard. The Jimquisition doesn't know.
It does, however, stick its unwanted oar into the debate because it can.
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