Robin Thicke's new song Blurred Lines with T.I. and Pharrell Williams has been taking a lot of heat and has been banned from YouTube in its original form. Critics have gone so far as to call the song misogynistic and 'rapey,' claiming the song degrades women. 

The original unedited video features women in various states of undress with the three artists 'groping' them as well as what some are claiming bestiality.

The lyrics are also making some uncomfortable with the refrain 'you know you want it.' That, coupled with the song's title, Blurred Lines, is leaving many uncomfortable, to put it mildly. They're claiming the message, couched within a catchy, feel good tune, is detrimental to women. In short, they think the song supports the message that no means yes.

Thicke maintains that criticism over the song is overblown. What do you think? Check out both the original and edited versions of the song's video below. Blurred Lines is Thicke's first #1 single to date.