Seth Macfarlane's controversial Oscar musical number We Saw Your Boobs has been countered with We Saw Your Junk.

In We Saw Your Boobs, Macfarlane put to music a celebration of the varied actresses who have shown their breasts on the silver screen.

“In the movie that we saw, we saw your boobs,” Macfarlane sang as he opened his hosting duties for this year's Oscar show. “They made us feel excited and alive.”

Near the number's end, the Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles joins Macfarlane to sing the song's chorus: “We saw your boobs / We saw your boobs / In the move that we saw, we saw your boobs.”

The melody prompted outrage among some who said it showed that actresses, unlike actors, still needed to show a little skin to get ahead in Hollywood.

In a YouTube video which quickly went viral, Kevin Gisi counters with We Saw Your Junk, stating that he hopes the song will “level the playing field.”

Gisi names Kevin Bacon, Bruce Willis, Harvey Keitel, Richard Gere and Ben Stiller in the song as some of the actors whose junk has made it to the big screen, then adds: “Not a peep of Seth Macfarlane's junk to see, hypocrite!” (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)