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New Zealand law students parody Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” with feminist view

A group of Auckland law students got nearly 300,000 hits on YouTube with their tongue-in-cheek parody of Robin Thicke’s hit song ‘Blurred lines’ before YouTube deleted the video.

Their video is a feminist response to Thicke’s song which has drawn criticism for “blurring the lines” between consensual and non-consensual sex. The hit’s promo video also features topless models, so here we get shirtless men.  Hello, Mr. Right-side-of-screen…

The parody is part of Auckland University’s law revue – a show of 40 skits performed at SkyCity Theatre last week.

Click here to watch the video.

(tipped by TRR reader William)

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