Recently there’s been a lot of internet talk about how Baby, It’s Cold Outside is a song about date rape, mainly due to the line “say what’s in this drink” (OH NO IT’S ROOFIES, nevermind that rohypnol wasn’t invented until 1972 and the song was written in 1944). HOWEVER LET’S EXAMINE SOME OF THE OTHER LYRICS:
"the neighbors might faint"
"my sister will be suspicious"
"my maiden aunts mind is vicious"
"there’s bound to be talk tomorrow, at least there will be plenty implied"
Well it kind of seems to me like the girl WANTS to stay but is worried about what all the gossipy bitches in her life will think. IT’S A SONG ABOUT SLUT SHAMING YOU GUYS.
Real women are tall. Real women are short. They’re wide. Gaunt. Their bones can stick out of their collarbones, or be disguised by curves or fat. There are real women with breasts and real women with flat chests. There are real women who have had to have their breasts or ovaries removed, and not…