Reverse The Decision to "Ban" the Christmas Song "Baby, It's Cold Outside"

Reverse The Decision to "Ban" the Christmas Song "Baby, It's Cold Outside"

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Problem
A small percentage of people are misinterpreting the lyrics (or reading into them what they want to hear) of the song "Baby, It's Cold Outside" and have decided that it offends them.

While I can certainly see why some people may hear this song and think what they do, I and MANY others, do not agree with their interpretation. As well, if we continue to place today's moral view of society on the past and keep trying to erase what we don't like or agree with from it, we are destroying ourselves and our history.

Lastly, given the climate of music today where current musicians have no issue in directly (and without any form of remorse) denigrate women, objectify them, speak of them only in terms of their bodies and what they would like to do to them, etc. etc. etc., banning a song without analyzing the socio-economic and cultural climate that existed when the song was released (and failing to understand ALL aspects of even why the lyrics are what they are to begin with) shows the lack of education of the people who are demanding this ban as well as their own biases.

This ban by radio stations of this song hurts more then it helps in that if we continue to bow down to a small group of misguided people who have decided to interpret this song incorrectly, then all forms of music will soon be subject to bans based on such innocuous things like what flavour of ice cream or coffee is mentioned in the song or that artist referenced a beer maker in their song and I had someone I knew who was killed by a drunk driver so all songs that mention alcohol should be off the radio.


Solution
Reverse the ban, educate people about the socio-economic and cultural issues at the time which explain HER words better in the original song and stop bowing down to small fringe groups who clearly don't understand the history behind the song itself before we end up with a much larger censorship issue.
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