Out of respect for the #MeToo movement and in response to listeners’ concerns, a Cleveland, Ohio, radio station will not play “Baby It’s Cold Outside,” this holiday season. The 1940s-eara song playfully recounts an exchange between a woman singing that she has to leave a man’s house (“I really can’t stay”) while he tries to persuade her not to go (“but baby it’s cold outside.”) At one point during the exchange the woman sings, “say, what’s in this drink?” While the man asks, “Can I move in closer,” and tells her, “Gosh your lips look delicious,” among other suggestive comments. ... Read More
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