This "Blurred Lines" gender swap parody called "Defined Lines" created by some Auckland law students was briefly removed by YouTube for being inappropriate.

The parody was created by Adelaide Dunn, Olivia Lubbock and Zoe Ellwood as part of the University of Auckland's Law Revue show. The video racked up more than 300,000 hits since Friday.
It's been flagged by users as inappropriate because of sexual content and stuff like that.

My opinion is people don't like the message behind it.

It was meant to be a comedic sketch and the fact it's been taken down is a massive double standard.
The video is back on YouTube, and you can watch it in the clip above. Clearly, people are still having issues with women being in control of their sexuality.