Gender-swap: Robin Thicke ‘Blurred Lines’ sexy boys parody by Mod Carousel

by Violet Blue on July 23, 2013

Seattle based boylesque troupe Mod Carousel nailed it in their role-reversal video of pop song “Blurred Lines” (the song is analyzed really well in Scarleteen’s There are no “Blurred Lines” when it comes to consent). The video [Robin Thicke 'Blurred Lines' sexy boys parody by Mod Carousel] serves a healthy heaping of male cheesecake in its tongue-in-cheek commentary on a song that celebrates ambiguous female sexual consent.

You can download the song on Mod Carousel’s soundcloud page and lyrics are on the video’s YouTube page. Credits:

Violet Blue

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1 Daniel July 24, 2013 at 3:29 am

This is an impressive parody…although the Thicke “original” seemed like a parody itself, of Marvin Gaye.

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