5. Robin Thicke, "Blurred Lines"
All the 14-year-old boys of all the other generations in human history really need to band together and file a class action suit against all the fourteen-year-old boys of 2013 because it's just not fair any one iteration of adolescent male should be allowed to have this golden age of video nudity all to itself. From Ciara's "Body Party" to Foals' "Late Night" to Yeah Yeah Yeahs' "Sacrilege" it was a veritable perv's banquet out there. Amidst this gold rush of skin, "Blurred Lines" was pretty much the Star Wars of the NSFW era, the standard by which all screen-oriented workplace hazards shall now be judged. Director Diane Martel, who also created Miley Cyrus' "We Can't Stop" video, threw in all sorts of winks and nods to let us know how self-aware we've become as a species since the primordial days of Duran Duran's "Girls on Film," back when a boob was just a boob. Now, it's a whoopee cushion. And this was as fun as the song itself, and twice as line-blurring.