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Tucker Slams Feminist on “Sexist” Christmas Songs

Just months after coming after “racist” Halloween costumes, leftists activists have now turned their energy toward ruining yet another holiday for everyone.

During an interview with Fox News’ Tucker Carlson, Vox writer Emily Crockett made the case against the 1944 Christmas hit “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” — and why its very lyrics are just seething with masculine violence.

To make her case, Crockett referred to the way the speaker in the song appears to go above and beyond to convince the female in question to have a romantic encounter — which Carlson points out effectively grants the woman all the agency in the world in this scenario.

The debate over whether the Christmas hit is riddled with sexist overtones as feminists like Crockett suggest has become almost a yearly affair — much like the debate on certain Halloween costumes.

In October, for example, women’s lifestyle magazine Cosmopolitan published an op-ed discouraging white children from wearing, well, pretty much anything with any cultural significance at all to reduce their risk of offending people.

Sadly, it seems as if Christmas is due to continue receiving the same treatment.

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