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Watch Sad13's New Consent-Themed Music Video for 'Get a Yes'


Give this video a "yes."

Speedy Ortiz member Sadie Dupuis' solo project Sad13 just released a VHS jazzercise themed video for the standout single "Get a Yes" from her debut LP Slugger, which doubles as a PSA for consent.

The video features a cast of gender non-conforming dancers (aka boys and girls in pastel lipstick) who teach the viewers how to give and receive consent--step-by-step!

The video, directed by Isabel Farrington, opens with a title credit stating that the video was created by the same people who brought you 'Pull-Ups & Power Dynamics,' 'Handstands & Heteronormativity,' and 'Jazzercise for Justice!'

Depuis said this of the video, which was uploaded to Pitchfork's YouTube channel on Tuesday:

I wanted to make a tribute to '90s-style group dance videos, and my childhood friend Patsy Gay, who spends her days as a dance archivist, put together a sample reel of choreography using moves from Spice Girls, Aaliyah, Salt-N-Pepa, Janet Jackson, and Jordan Knight vids... plus Stephanie Tanner and Urkel. Isabel Farrington, who directed the video, styled it as a late-night TV infomercial about teaching the dos and don'ts of getting consent to dance with your partner. We filled the video with tons of our friends and shot it over a couple days at Silent Barn.

Check out the video below, and don't forget to #GetAYes from your partner--dance or otherwise!

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