Okay so apologies if folks here have already discussed this, but the "Blurred Lines" controversy has come to my attention only recently...

The song is catchy as hell and I don't see anything obviously problematic in the lyrics (feel free to point stuff out to me, I haven't done a close reading or anything). The video starts to tread in questionable territory (naked women as props-ish stuff) but doesn't seem that unusual, and mostly I honestly found it kind of lighthearted and playful-sexy. So...is it just the Robin Thicke quotes we're reacting to? I mean what he said is SUPER fucked up. But are people having problems with the song itself? Basically — am I being a bad feminist and missing something obvious?

ETA: Video for reference!