The currently heavily scrutinized song "blurred lines" has been blown out of proportion.
It's no different than the majority of sexualized crap top 40 music. There's no rape, degradation of women, sexism etc. Women are not victims; there's many examples in media where a woman is seducing an apprehensive male. It's starting to get ridiculous at how far people take this accusing everything of being sexism game, so much that it actually trivializes real problems regarding this issue. The only thing this song is guilty of is being another generic, boring, uninspired, bullshit pop song. There I said it... feel free to comment on how you think I'm wrong.