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Miley Cyrus - Wrecking Ball (Chatroulette Version)

Miley Cyrus - Wrecking Ball (Chatroulette Version)
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No End in Sight (2007) Les 5 meilleures parodies du clip "Blurred Lines" de Robin Thicke - 4 septembre 2013 Depuis plusieurs mois, la chanson controversée de Robin Thicke, "Blurred Lines", caracole en tête des charts. Le clip, mettant en scène de jeunes femmes peu vêtues se pliant aux désirs du chanteur est vivement critiqué par des associations féministes. Sur le web, de nombreux détournements et parodies font le buzz quitte à voler la vedette à la vidéo originale. "Je n'aime pas ces lignes floues. "Ce que vous voyez à la télé, Ne parle pas d'égalité, C'est juste de la misogynie", lui répondent avec vigueur trois étudiantes dans une parodie qui a dépassé le million de vues sur YouTube mercredi 4 septembre. Si cette nouvelle parodie fait le buzz, ça n'est pas la première du genre. Dans la même veine, des animateurs de radio australiens avaient réalisé leur propre clip, là encore en inversant les rôles. Sébastien Patoche, imitateur potache de Patrick Sébastien, a aussi repris les codes Robin Thicke dans le clip "Cartouche". > Le clip original de Robin Thicke

Recursos informáticos Feminist parody of Robin Thicke's 'Blurred Lines' removed from YouTube for being 'inappropriate' - News - Music “Defined Lines”, created by a bunch of University of Auckland law students, features three fully dressed women responding to the attentions of scantily clad men as they sing about sexism. The video, which has been watched more than 450,000 times since it was posted three days ago, was removed from YouTube yesterday having been flagged by users as containing “inappropriate content”, but has now been restored. The video’s creators, Olivia Lubbock, Zoe Ellwood and Adelaide Dunn, who call themselves the Law Revue girls, have described their efforts as “a bit of fun” with a positive message. "We think that women should be treated equally, and as part of that, we're trying to address the culture of objectifying women in music videos," Lubbock told APP. "It's just funny that the response has been so negative when you flip it around and objectify males," she added. “My opinion is that people don’t like the message behind it. “We were like, ‘We’re the perfect guys to make fun of this.

RapidMoviez The best "Blurred Lines" parodies on the internet It's the song of the summer, and with its risqué lyrics and even racier video, Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" was ripe for parody. SheKnows has scoured the internet to bring you some of the best parodies we could find. Forget "Blurred Lines." There is a very clear line between misogyny and feminism and you, Sir Thicke have stepped over it — so say these law students from Aukland, New Zealand. The ladies are crass and VERY NSFW, but ultimately their, admittedly late-to-the-game feminist critique of the original has gotten people talking. Now, you may not know this, but there are actually two videos for Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" — one where the female models are clothed and one where the models are topless in flesh-colored G-strings. Said the boys, "It's our opinion that most attempts to show female objectification in the media by swapping the genders serve more to ridicule the male body than to highlight the extent to which women get objectified and do everyone a disservice.

ALTERED ZONES - Posts tagged audio [photos by Coley Brown] By Ric Leichtung MP3: Prince Rama: "Portaling" MP3: Prince Rama: "Rest In Peace" Prince Rama is a band that's widely respected in the underground for their high energy performances and inimitable sound. AZ: Your music has a lot of Eastern elements in it-- is this a conscious choice, or more an intuitive one? Taraka: I feel like it's more like inner landscapes. Nimai: Growing up, our parents loved a lot of super-psychedelic stuff. Taraka: It's weird looking back on it now; it was like these two extremes that I totally embrace now. Nimai: But even the pop that we were listening to still had a higher message... Taraka: That's so mystical!! AZ: [Laughs] Pop's always found a way like that. Taraka: It's always been there… I'm really into apocalypses.

VIDEO. James Franco et Seth Rogen parodient Kanye West et Kim Kardashian Ils n'ont pas perdu de temps. Moins d'une semaine après la sortie de la sextape du clip de «Bound 2», les BFF James Franco et Seth Rogen ont livré leur version, lundi. Avec Franco dans le rôle de Kanye West et Rogen dans celui de Kim Kardashian, toujours aussi mal incrustés par-dessus des paysages de l'Arizona. Depuis ses débuts, un torrent de «hate» a déferlé sur le clip de «Kimye», vu comme un sommet kitsch et narcissique. Ici, la balade tantrique à moto est reproduite plan pour plan, pelles et orgasme final y compris, avec les seins de Kim K. remplacés par ceux de Seth Rogen et ses épaules poilues. >> On a comparé les deux clips, le résultat en vidéo ci-dessous. Pour retrouver la parodie en intégralité, cliquez ici. Plus d'informations sur ce sujet en vidéo

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