The video, which has been watched more than 450,000 times since it was posted three days ago, was removed from You Tube yesterday having been flagged by users as containing “inappropriate content”, but has now been restored.
Their best moment comes when this pack of rabble-rousers sneak into an animated version of the Universal Studios lot.
A feminist parody of Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” – a song that has been accused of blurring the lines between consensual sex and rape – was briefly removed from You Tube yesterday, leaving its creators mystified.“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.
For gay men this could go further, for straight men that would be all.
But it removes the sex-focus of Grindr and makes gay dating, and its straight aspect here, “healthy” again. Is it simply Grindr with a different label, even allowing ‘straight’ men to have gay experiences under the worryingly sustained label of exclusive heterosexuality?
Since its inception in 2009, Grindr has revolutionised the gay scene, and the gay dating world, in many negative ways both .
These negatives led Scott Kutler to develop BRO – an app for both gay and straight men – that allows them to chat, be friends and perhaps even date under the label of a ‘bromance’.
Whether you're into briefs or boxers, we can all agree on one thing… While most of us wear undergarments — unless you go commando –, we mostly love seeing our favorite celebs strip down to their skivvies!
From Chris Hemsworth's huge bulge in , to Calvin Harris' Armani ads, movie stars and musicians simply look good half naked!
Best of all, he is often accompanied by classic 80s hits - everything from a-ha's "Take on Me" to Olivia Newton-John's "Physical" get a nice cameo.