Moby Says He Sees Misogyny In "Blurred Lines"

Moby said he takes issue “with middle-age guys in suits being fawned on by naked women.”

Moby told the Associated Press he believes the music video for Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines,” which features naked women, is misogynistic.

I mean we’re all naked under our clothes, to state the obvious, I have no issue with nudity, … but I do take issue with middle-age guys in suits being fawned on by naked women … It just felt like sort of distasteful misogyny. I mean all misogyny is distasteful, clearly.

“Blurred Lines” has been the No. 1 song on the Billboard Hot 100 for ten weeks.

Here’s video of Moby’s remarks:

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