Robin Thicke Responds
Robin Thicke has spoken out on criticism that his hit song "Blurred Lines" sounds "rapey."

Katie Russell
, a spokesperson for Rape Crisis said about the song, "Both the lyrics and the video seem to objectify and degrade women, using misogynistic language and imagery that many people would find not only distasteful or offensive but also really quite old fashioned."


Robin said in an interview, "I don't want to be sleazy, I'm a gentleman, I've been in love with the same woman since I've been a teenager. I don't want to do anything inappropriate."


He said about the NSFW video, which features naked models, "My initial response was I love the clothed version, I don't think we should put out the naked version. And then I showed it to my wife and all of her girlfriends and they said, 'You have to put this out, this is so sexy and so cool.'"


Robin
went on the explain the meaning of the song, which is about "blurring the lines between men and women and how much we're the same." He said, "And the other side which is the blurred lines between a good girl and a bad girl, and even very good girls all have little bad sides to them."
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