And how is the tech used in this one, for a specific purpose, a vibe that learns t and teaches the user about their own body — how is that inferior to porn?
I don’t know that it is. I made two points. To summarize:
- The assumption was made that the inability to get booth space was due to the sex of the CEO. No evidence was provided that would lead one to that conclusion.
- Naughty America was there to show virtual reality technology, of course related to their core business. VR is one of the hot areas in consumer electronics right now; I’m not sure sex toys, regardless of how innovative, qualifies as a “hot area.”
As I said, if evidence is provided what the sex of the CEO DID have something to do with the decision, I’ll be glad to revise my views on the matter.
However, these event companies make money on number of attendees, and the prevailing rationale behind any acceptance (or not) is how much that particular vendor will drive attendance. Do you think those two companies have the same ability to drive attendance?