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Internet responds to Oscar's 'Boobs' song with "We Saw Your Junk"

YouTube has already emerged with a response to Seth MacFarlane's controversial "We Saw Your Boobs" song with its own video, "We Saw Your Junk".
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HOLLYWOOD, CA - FEBRUARY 24: Host Seth MacFarlane is seen on the video board during the Oscars held at the Dolby Theatre on February 24, 2013 in Hollywood, California. (KEVIN WINTER/AFP/Getty Images)

Love him or hate him, Seth MacFarlane still has people talking about his performance as the host of the 2013 Oscar's on Sunday night.

The Family Guy creator made some enemies with his song and dance number, 'We Saw Your Boobs' where he listed every film that exposed a well known actresses' assets.

According to Salon, MacFarlane didn't just sing about innocent sex scenes, many of the nude were actually depictions of violence or sexual assault.

The California Legislative Women’s Caucus even filed a formal complaint with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, claiming that the schtick "struck a new low in its treatment of women."

In a letter to Motion Picture Academy of Arts and Sciences' Howard Koch, the caucus complains that, "In a world where women have historically faced challenges and obstacles when it comes to their portrayal in popular culture, Sunday evening was a setback for women fighting hard to gain appropriate respect as contributors in this industry and society in general," reports the San Francisco Chronicle.

But the Internet has risen to the challenge of equal opportunity sexism and YouTuber Kevin Gisi has debuted his own version, called "We Saw Your Junk."

Compare, and enjoy.

 

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