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What Goes on in the Mind of a Booth Babe?

Posted on Wednesday, March 16 @ 10:16:48 Eastern by Blake_Morse
Although PAX takes a firm stance against the gender marginalizing, lowest common denominator appealing use of the "booth babe" at their annual conventions, it doesn't stop some very entrepreneurial companies from trying to sneak one or two gorgeous ladies in there to help peddle their wares on the show floor. But it's not like these women have it easy. They're constantly hit on and objectified by pale masses of nerdy guys who live up to their socially awkward stereotype. But it's a living, right?

We thought we'd take a moment to talk to one of the gals brave enough to step out there in short shorts and have themselves be made the object of nerdy desire. Here is her story:

 
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