Today's social dilemma came about because of a news story I read over the weekend. Apparently a radio station in Cleveland, Ohio has decided to ban the song Baby, It's Cold Outside from their playlist after getting some complaints from listeners. The song was written in the 40's, and it's a playful back and forth between a man and a woman, with the man trying to get the woman to stay at his house, and her saying no, but then caving a bit. Without reading too much into it, the song sounds playful to me. But in the "me too" era, is it too much? Apparently the radio station in Cleveland thought it was, but I really don't. As I said, I think it's clearly sung in a playful, fun way. Yet others say, it's a little creepy with the man "pushing" the woman to stay after she has said no. And the line "what's in this drink" has some people up in arms. I say it's all in fun. What do you think? Please let me know on the TRY Facebook page.
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