Strangely, these cards are courtesy of my Father in Law, who was given a stack of them by a feminist friend some decades ago. I guess he never got around to handing them out.
This weekend I got around to watching the video for "Blurred Lines" (explicit version). It was almost like Thicke took a Women Studies 101 class, read a little feminist theory, and then set out employ every concept and action critiqued by feminist theorists. Also, I hear he stole that song from Marvin Gaye.
I guess everyone but me has been busy making a "Blurred Lines' parody video. I wouldn't call this queer burlesque version a parody, but maybe it will help clear your mind after watching the original. And if you want to be disturbed all over again, you can watch this (clean) version done by kid performers. B and I are probably on the fairly permissive side when it comes to toddlers and media, I don't expect that we will change that much as LB gets older (and, yes, this will likely lead to some uncomfortable parent conferences). But, I think we might need to have a rule that LB can't perform the "clean" version of any song unless we're willing to listen to her sing the explicit version all the way through at least once. Cee Lo Green's "Fuck You" would probably get green lighted, "Blurred Lines" would certainly not (and neither would Katy Perry's "Last Friday Night," partying until you black out set to an uptempo beat-not cool my young friends).