An Ohio radio station is dropping the Christmas classic “Baby, It’s Cold Outside,” for having “no place” in today’s “extra sensitive” world.
“I do realize that when the song was written in 1944, it was a different time, but now while reading it, it seems very manipulative and wrong,” explained Glenn Anderson, a host on Cleveland’s WDOK-FM in a blog post last week.
Critics say the holiday standard — in which a male suitor repeatedly insists that a woman stay inside with him, even as she says over and over that she “really can’t stay” — is from a bygone era.
The debate over the tune — which includes the lyric, “Hey, what’s in my drink?” — gets stirred up every Christmas season and this year especially, in light of the widespread #MeToo movement against sexual harassment and assault.

Radio station pulls ‘Baby, It’s Cold Outside’ amid #MeToo movement

I don’t like musicals. I have heard the song refered before, but never listed to it till today after hearing about the new #MeToo load of crap.  And thanks to the magic of YouTube, I found the original clip from the movie “Neptune’s Daughter.”

So, how come they are only mentioning the first part when is the male the attacking party and not the second when the roles are reversed? Yeah, BS.

I also figured out that our society and times has lost the element of romancing which included the give and take of seduction. Long ago, you knew you were going to have this ritual mating dance with the male or female of the species and you would not even think about getting lucky for a long while and that was not only expected but a prideful thing to endure. But enter the era of instant gratification and guys began expecting to get laid at most after the second date. If that did not happen, girls were sent away and tagged as frigid bitches or other adjectives. Women did not want to be seen as unpopular so they decided it was OK to give it up easy which eventually led to women behaving as bad as men. Both sexes became whores trying to out-fuck each other and now it even gets shared in social media and praised in popular song.

Now the “backlash” with #MeToo wants to be more Holier than the Pope and attack a rather fun song like Baby it’s Cold Outside because it is necessary to screw Christmas time with some politically correct bullshit. If they were truly worried about women being victimized in songs, they would take flamethrowers and torch radio stations that played Rap. But that would be catalogued as racist and they would lose their Junior SJW badges.

PS: And it seems my prediction is about to become true in full or partially. Harvey Weinstein may end up a free man.

 

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

5 thoughts on “Baby It’s Cold Outside – Virtual Signaling Stupid.”
  1. Having never seen the movie clip until yesterday?

    I actually interpreted it as it was. A young woman in her lover’s home looking for an excuse to stay and stave off the nanny busybodies of the time. She mentions a lot of her social circle outright looking down on her if she stayed any longer.

  2. Was listening to Rush today. He was talking about major Wall st firms are telling employees- stay away from women . Dont be alone with them anywhere. Traveling for work? Seperate flights, diffrent floors in the hotel or diffrent hotels. Dont speak to one without another person in the room. Dont hire one if possible. The pussy hats are getting what they want- no man will pay them any attention at all. Not even with a 10 ft pole.

  3. Wow, that was good. Ricardo Montalban and Red Skelton — I *never* thought of either of them as singers, let alone performing that song.

    And the SJWs can go hang. They’re whining about this and “Kiss the Girl” from Little Mermaid, but go absolutely ballistic if you talk about how Islam treats women. Western romance verboten, being considered “uncovered meat” is good.

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