Date Rape Song, “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” Banned From Radio Airwaves

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Another victim in the #MeToo movement is the classic holiday song “Baby, It’s Cold Outside.”

Radio station around the U.S. and Canada are pulling the classic, 1940’s holiday song, “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” off the air due to suggestive themes and what some are calling a “date rape” song.

CBS This Morning did a segment about the song and interviewed one radio station that has decided to let the listeners pick if they want the song to remain.

You can vote for the song on the 96.5 KOIT website if you live in California.

The song is a playful duet with a man trying to convince a woman to stay with him on a frigid holiday night. See full lyrics here.

One station in Cleveland pulled the song after one listener called the radio station and complained.

Has the #MeToo movement gone too far? Do you think that the song is harmful to women? Let us know in the comments below.