So according to an article I read today, she was asked to leave PAX (Penny Arcade Expo) because of what she was wearing. When asked why, the people who run the expo said that they wanted the show to remain a family friendly environment. And yet, PAX has no problem showing and promoting M rated games. So remember parents, it’s okay to expose your kids to as much violence as you want as long as they never see anything remotely sex related.
I hate this about current culture (and past too really), that sex is treated as such a shameful thing. Even though its awesome, fun, loving, natural, has great health benefits, and fucking essential for survival. but no don’t talk, think, or teach about it and most important never ever do it.
Bur surely the M rated games would only be allowed to be used by 18+ people/be in cordoned off areas, Whereas she could walk around anywhere, where kids would be?
She also wore the outfit on the left for all of Day 1 without issue. Anyway part of the issue is that PAX has a no booth-babes policy, and she was hired by Warner Bros to attend PAX cosplaying as Juliet Starlet. Not a booth babe per se, but her presence at PAX was purely to promote Lollipop Chainsaw.