She & Him: “Baby, It’s Cold Outside”

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“Baby, It’s Cold Outside,” which was introduced to the public in the 1949 film Neptune’s Daughter, has undergone what [actress Zooey] Deschanel’s jokingly calls a “soft cancel” in recent years, because its lyrics — depicting an aggressive male suitor begging a woman to stay at his house and have another (possibly roofied) drink — do seem jarring in the #MeToo age. So, when She & Him decided to cover the song on A Very She & Him Christmas, they decided it needed a gender-role swap. More

The cute role-swapping (borderline “Misery”) version of “Baby, It’s Cold Outside.” Watch

11 Comments on She & Him: “Baby, It’s Cold Outside”

  1. An old, harmless and pleasant song has to be destroyed by the leftist harpies but I don’t ever hear them complaining about the vile and demeaning toward women (c)rap “music” lyrics. It’s almost as if it has nothing to do with respect for women and is about the destruction of our culture.

  2. Sorry Badco. Posting at IOTWREPORT automatically cancels any refunds you may think you have coming.

    Its in the fine print

  3. Badco December 8, 2021 at 6:45 pm

    Could I please have the two and a half minutes of my life I wasted watching that back please?

    I like the old songs too Beachmom. Badco, I won’t watch it, I hate when people butcher a good song.

  4. The ‘woman’ was transgender. It’s a song about discrimination against transgender ‘women’ by evil white devil natural men. That’s the only way it makes sense today.

  5. The Lady Gaga version is on my Christmas music playlist. I am not a Gaga fan but she nailed it with this one.


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