Here’s a feminist parody of the popular “Blurred Lines” music video created by a group of law school students of Auckland, New Zealand. These students took opposition to the lyrics and to the topless girls skipping around in Robin Thicke’s original video, which, quite frankly, offended me. The parody has been gaining momentum over the last few days and is sparking criticism and debate, seemingly more than the original. Why is that? Isn’t this a good way of prompting viewers, particularly males, to acknowledge sexism? I think this parody does a great job of conveying to a man what it’s like for a woman to be objectified. Do you agree?