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"I think if you send out an army of robotic 14-year-old children dressed up in their mom's clothes, I think the reality is that it's a turnoff, unless you are in fact a robotic 14-year-old. Women say: 'Well. wait a sec, I wear a bra. I have to go to the office. Where are clothes that I can actually wear?'" [Montreal Gazette via Jezebel]