What about the perspective of a person who would gain sexual satisfaction by seeing a baby do those moves.
I just don't understand why you would be accepting, let alone pleased to have your child exposed to such thing.
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03-07-2013 22:30 #92
Urgh Mia Freedman, that whole website has just turned to ****.
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04-07-2013 10:08 #96
Hmm I too am confused as to where rape or sexual assault is indicated in those lyrics?! It's been a number one hit for so many weeks that it obviously has a lot of listeners. That's the thing about music, you either like it or you don't!
04-07-2013 11:00 #97Senior Member
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And when you pair the song together with the film clip of women parading around half naked, I can't think it is possibly pro-woman.
I dunno, I haven't actually really studied it, I just had a quick read of the lyrics, and I haven't read Mia Freedman's take on it, but I dunno, most of the words just don't sit right with me, "I know you want it", "the way you grab me, must wanna get nasty", to me- grabbing a man doesn't necessarily mean I DO wanna get nasty iykwim, he's just making so many assumptions about what a woman does and doesn't want, so while I don't necessarily think its about rape, it doesn't sit right with me.
I think the term 'blurred lines' is about the blurred lines between good/bad girl rather than consent (I am actually someone who thinks there can be blurred lines when it comes to consent, well, not consent but I think there can be misunderstandings, and I know this is not a popular view to have), and I also think when he says 'animal' he's not degrading women, hes talking about that animalistic, primitive sexual beings that all human are/can be. And the 'split your a$$ in two' line I think is just him being full of himself, but its a violent image I don't think needs to be associated with sex- which IMO should be a loving act, not a violent one (I don't think hair pulling etc is violent, but splitting someone in two- that IS violent!).
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04-07-2013 11:21 #98
Regardless of how the lyrics are interpreted - I agree with Annabella - to me, the filmclip says it all. Especially since it was first put out with topless (not just scantily clad women).
04-07-2013 11:29 #99
Sleazy? Kinky? - yep.
Rapey? - Nope.
ETA> Crap song? - yep
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