In a Sept. 6, 1976 file photo, Frank Sinatra, center, appearing as a performer on the annual Muscular Dystrophy telethon hosted by Jerry Lewis, right, brings on Dean Martin in Las Vegas. (AP/File)
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A U.S. radio station is giving the cold shoulder to the classic "Baby It's Cold Outside," removing the song from its lineup of holiday music because its lyrics are inappropriate toward women, staff members say.Cleveland, Ohio, radio station WDOK took the song out of its list of holiday music due to objections from listeners, Desiray McCray, an on-air radio host, told local media late last week.The Midwestern U.S. radio station's decision drew a barrage of comments on social media, where many people wrote that it was taking #MeToo too far and that the lyrics were playful and harmless.Urban Dictionary, an online site that defines slang and street euphemisms, has described the song as a "Christmas date rape song".
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