Many consider it a Christmas classic but radio stations are refusing to play the song 'Baby It's Cold Outside' because it's lyrics have run afoul of the #MeToo movement. However fans are now pushing back against the banishment. The yule-tide favorite was originally recorded for the 1949 film Neptune's Daughter and it went on to scoop an Oscar in the Best Original Song category. It's been a feature of the festive season every year since. However its days may be numbered because campaigners allege that it propagates rape culture. Its lyrics feature a man playfully appealing to his female guest to stay the night so she will avoid the snowstorm that's blowing outside and critics allege that it has a "rapey" vibe.
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