The famous song, written in 1944, takes the form of a duet, with a man trying to convince a protesting woman to stay over because it's "cold outside". "We just have to agree to disagree", she said.
It is known that this decision was taken after talks with the representatives of the movement #MeToo: they are found in the text of the song calls for sexual violence, writes Grazia.
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But now, radio stations around the country have pulled it from their holiday playlist because of complaints the song is sexist - or worse.
Keyes said that the song was pulled because "it's describing a scenario that wouldn't be OK today, so we didn't feel that we had to have it". "People used to say "what's in this drink" as a joke. You know, this drink is going straight to my head, so what's in this drink?" she added.
"I completely agree on your comment about 'Baby It's Cold Outside", shared a user.
Loesser said she was upset about the furore because "it's a song my father wrote for him and my mother to sing at parties".
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Though some say it eerily relates to Bill Cosby drugging women's drinks, Susan Loesser said the time frame of the song's text is more geared for those in the 1940's and 50's.
'Absolutely I get it, ' she said.
"I think you have to look at the intent of the song, and when you look at the intent, it's - to me - a very flirtatious back-and-forth between the two of them", she continued.
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