TechCrunch Disrupt is an annual tech conference that aims to introduce the latest startups, provide a platform for tech leaders in the making, and provide an opportunity to mingle with others in the tech space. Unfortuntely, two sexist presentations have caused widespread outrage for their outright tasteless content.“Did you know that looking at breasts is directly linked to a good, healthy heart?” Boulton said to Batts. “So, what’s the problem, Dave?” Batts responded. “Well, women just aren’t that warm to it,” said Boulton. The pair went on to say that male life expectancy has decreased in the past few years because women have been covering up their cleavage. The presentation was supposed be a joke, but it left many offended. And it didn’t stop there. There was also a presentation for something called the “Circle Shake” app. While the app’s concept isn’t offensive — it is a game that tests how fast you can shake your phone in a given amount of time — the presentation was. The clip above, via The Huffington Post, is what those in attendance saw.
Australian techies Jethro Batts and David Boulton started with their new joke app called T*tstare, an app that takes a photo of the user while they’re staring at a woman’s breasts.
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