Accessibility links Skip to article Skip to navigation. To find out more about Rewind and Reframe campaign, urging the music industry to stop its sexism and racism, read the petition here. Music videos are everywhere my generation look because of the internet and they do affect me and my friends — without us realising. A shot of Robin Thicke in the controversial video for Blurred Lines. This has made me feel angry towards Vevo because YouTube blocked it for a reason and it is still available on Vevo - so if I can easily find it online so can even younger girls. Some more independent, less mainstream female singers that I tend to listen to definitely have a different image and their music videos do not show them off in a sexy negative way. When I watch some music videos I might like what the female singer is wearing and want to buy something similar. I do have a strong opinion on sexism and think that it is unfair that women have to dance in a sexual way or sell themselves to sell their music.
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