Because she's come across this video
, which - if you watch it (note:
now taken down) - is a classic piece of "objectification": attractive girl wearing sloganned t-shirt and.. knickers. Why is she in her knickers? Does not having distracting lower clothing somehow enhance the t-shirt? If that were the case, wouldn't you just put it on a shop dummy, so you'd just have the top half? Or a male model, who you could also show being smiley but silent, a product to be pushed around by the camera?
Or is it just another example of casual sexism? Kane wants to know, and so she asks Christian Sanz (@csanz), Geeklist's co-founder (it's their slogan on the shirt) and Reuben Katz (@rekatz), the other co-founder. Everyone's on San Francisco time (even if these tweets aren't showing that where you're viewing them). Let's begin: