Update: Helix’s “Blurred Lines” is featured on the front page of Slate as their favorite music video parody! J. Bryan Lowder expounds on the sexist nature of the original video featuring topless models in nude thongs dancing around fully-clothed male singers. He contrasts Robin Thicke, T.I. and Pharrell’s misogynistic behavior to the Helix boys who “are equally subsumed by their ‘animal’ (read: barely clothed) natures”. Read: This is the “Blurred Lines” Parody We Needed
Robin Thicke’s original “Blurred Lines” video featured plenty of hot models but nothing like Helix’s ALL STAR #TWINKE lineup including Jessie Montgomery, Andy Taylor, Jamie Sanders, Kyle Ross, Evan Parker, Stefan Nash, Chase Young, Kurt Summers, Kyler Ash, Aiden Summers and new boy Daniel Bishop. Mr. Thicke explained the title by saying: “I’ve realized as I’ve gotten older that we all think we’re living either in a black or white world, or on a straight path, but most of us are living right in between those straight lines.” He went on to reflect that ”the last year I’ve been wanting to have more fun. I think I took myself very seriously…and I just really wanted to have fun again, we wanted to be young again and we wanted to dance again and go out with our friends, so I wanted to make music that reflected that culture also.” The Helix boys definitely bring the dancing and sexy fun back in this gay porn parody of Robin’s #1 hit!
All underwear and swimwear courtesy of Mankind San Diego.