feminista.v5 copy.png

Law students skewer 'Blurred Lines'

See video

Law students from Auckland, New Zealand, released a scathing feminist critique of "Blurred Lines" by Robin Thicke. The song was reportedly pulled once from YouTube for being too racy, which they found odd considering the original "Blurred Lines" video remains available on the site. 

Adelaide Dunn, Olivia Lubbock and Zoe Ellwood filmed the song as part of the University of Auckland’s Law Revue show, and said the video's temporary removal seems to have had more to do with its perspective rather than the actual content of the video. 


Read More:

More in Feminista

What Once Upon a Time does for feminism *Spoiler alert*

Is Once Upon a Time's re-imagining of classic fairy-tale characters a feminist feat of modern TV?

Feminism and the weapon-wielding women of The Walking Dead: spoiler alert

Let's take a look at two of The Walking Dead's kick-ass female characters, Andrea and Michonne.

Sexy Halloween costumes are okay, now let's stop mocking them!

Halloween should be a time of year that you can dress however the hell you want, without any judgement
Speak up about this article on Facebook or Twitter. Do this by liking Vancouver Observer on Facebook or following us @Vanobserver on Twitter. We'd love to hear from you.