The Silky Cumshot Nobody Asked For.

This one’s probably hot on all your feeds right now. Soy milk brand Silk has the ad above, labeled “Do you need a change?”, rolling in its YouTube channel. It kind of more or less well actually okay really does look like a bukkake reference. Buzzfeed went right out and called it disgusting, and while we’d like to give Silk the benefit of the doubt, we can’t, really, because the on-screen questions were leading and the music is sourced straight out of TV porn from the fuzzy channels that we used to try to watch as kids. Plus it was in slo-mo! If the guy with the soy milk pail wasn’t thinking it, the guys in prod definitely were, and somebody OK’d this for air.

We like a randy joke as much as the next guy but all we can think to say to this is “Bad form, assholes, bad form.” Let’s set aside the tirade about the damage this does to women, because we’re not even sad about women right now.

Did you ever consider how ridiculous men look when you spread the belief that all of womankind is clearly dying to suckle from your pocket rocket? It’s not sexy. It’s like looking at a deluded self-absorbed ugly pre-teen that we all want to kick with the pointiest part of our highest heels. And believe us when we say we will seek opportunities to kick you.

UPDATE: A rep from Silk responded to this post in the comments and the company has taken the video down. Her word:

Hi, this is Margaret from Silk. Just wanted to chime in quickly on the post. You are correct that this was a user submitted video, as part of a contest we ran in 2011 with the help of ZOOPPA. It was never used as advertising by Silk (television or otherwise).
Obviously the intent of the video contest was to have some fun, and encourage creativity. Many of those who submitted were aspiring filmmakers and we wanted to share a range of their work on our YouTube page. While we didn’t produce this video, we did sponsor the contest that prompted it being created. We can appreciate that some people have found it offensive and for that we sincerely apologize. As such, we have removed it from our YouTube page.

Nice catch, Silk.

UPDATE, AUGUST 2: The plot thickens. The girl from the Silk “ad” tells Buzzfeed:

This video was ripped off of my friend Kenny Wu’s vimeo page. He did a series of videos with all of his close friends, with the same exact concept. Someone illegally ripped the video from his page and made it into a “commercial” for Silk. We are currently looking into legal action for copyright infringement. Neither of us gave our consent to use this video by any means, and the original piece has nothing to do with Silk or soymilk or any of that crap, it was just a slow motion test piece for kenny’s camera.

Here’s the original video. Now, if you haven’t seen the Silk one, just imagine it with crappy music, superimposed words and a Silk logo at the end.

MILK Cassie from Kenny Wu on Vimeo.