Princeton group cuts 'Mermaid' song over 'toxic masculinity'

PRINCETON, N.J. -- An all-male a cappella group at Princeton University has pulled a Disney movie song from its act following a student newspaper column that suggested the lyrics helped promote "toxic masculinity."

The Princeton Tigertones have performed "Kiss the Girl," a song from "The Little Mermaid," for years.

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