Love it or hate it, it's probably safe to say that "Blurred Lines" is one of the biggest songs of the summer, despite its mixed reviews.
Teens weighed in on the song -- and the controversial music video -- in the latest video for the Fine Brothers' "Teens React" series. Unsurprisingly, for most of the teens on the panel, it wasn't their first time viewing the music video (the clean version, of course).
The edited video, which features female models wearing minimal clothing, elicited strong opinions from the panel. One teen even explains that the message is problematic because of its sexualization of women. Watch in the video above.
"If a guy watches this, they think it's completely OK to do that to women and it's not OK to do that," explained one young woman. "And that's what makes me so upset about this video."
"Instead of making it a joke and then people taking it seriously, he [Robin Thicke] should just talk about being respectful towards women," said one male teen.
Do you agree with their take on "Blurred Lines"? Tell us in the comments or tweet at @HuffPostTeen!
For more funny Fine Bros videos...
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