Marvin Gaye's heirs aren't the only ones hating on Robin Thicke these days.
The "Blurred Lines" singer has been named Sexist of the Year by the End Violence Against Women Coalition, which is comprised of more than 60 women's rights groups around the world.
In announcing Thicke's "win," EVAWC's Sarah Green credited Thicke "for both his concerted sexist efforts, and in the end the platform he created for rejection of the use of women as objects to promote mediocre pop...Sexism might be de rigeur for some music industry 'creatives' but the times they are a-changin'."
The women's groups were particularly offended by the use of nude models in the "Blurred Lines" video as well as interview comments about "degrading" women that Thicke has said were sarcastic.
EVAWC will be giving Thicke a coupon allowing him to download Aretha Franklin's "Respect."
"Blurred Lines" -- which the Gaye estate claims is a rip-off of the late Motown star's "Got To Give It Up" -- topped the Billboard Hot 100 and is the top-selling single of the year; it's nominate for two Grammy Awards, including Record of the Year.
Thicke wraps up the Jingle Ball Concert Tour tonight (December 20) in Florida and plays December 29 in Las Vegas before supporting Maroon 5 in Europe starting January 8.
His own North American headlining tour kicks off February 21 in Atlanta.