‘Blurred Lines’ Criticism is Still Important

Credit: rapgenius.com

Credit: rapgenius.com

Auckland University law students created this amazing parody of Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” that has received hundreds of thousands of views since its Friday night release.

The parody is witty and smart and was temporarily removed by YouTube after it was flagged for inappropriate content. Huh… that’s strange, a feminist response to sexism is more inappropriate than Robin Thicke trivializing sexual assault and rape? That’s low-brow, YouTube.

The video is back up, and you should watch it!

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