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To those who were offended by Seth MacFarlane’s Oscar song “We Saw Your Boobs,” it seems software developer Kevin Gisi has found the perfect rebuttal to those calling the song ‘sexist.’ Gisi has created, “We Saw Your Junk,” a song created to the exact same tune as MacFarlane’s, but this time listing all the men who exposed themselves in film.
Although the Academy defended the Family Guy creator's lighthearted jabs at actresses whose breasts have been exposed in film, MacFarlane is still being accused of being sexist and insensitive at the event.
In the recently viral song “We Saw Your Junk,” Gisi takes jabs at the likes of Richard Gere, Kevin Bacon, Jason Segel and Michael Fassbender, International Business Times reports.
“To those who were offended by Seth MacFarlane's 'We Saw Your Boobs' number at the Oscars, I hope this helps," Gisi begins the video.
“Time to level the playing field. We Saw Your Boobs, eh? Well We Saw Your Junk! After Seth MacFarlane made everyone uncomfortable watching the Oscars last night with his 'We Saw Your Boobs' number, I figured if we're going to objectify women, we sure as heck better objectify men too!" He explains.
Check out “We Saw Your Junk” in the video below and let us know what you think!