The times are certainly changing and with that, many people have new outlooks and views on how some things of the past look today. Princeton University has an all-male a capella group known as the Princeton Tigertones, and they have been entertaining crowds for years. Now, they will be doing it with one song taken out of their library, as students have complained that "Kiss the Girl" from Disney's The Little Mermaid raises issues and concerns of consent.
Numerous complaints have been filed by students and as a result, the song has been removed from their "active repertoire," according to the Daily Princetonian. Apparently, keeping the song in their list has failed in "keeping all members of the audience comfortable," and it needed to be removed.
Over the years, the group would call up a female audience member and dance around with her on the stage. After that, a male audience member would come up and be danced around as well. While the Princeton Tigertones continue to sing the song from the Disney animated classic, the couple would end up dancing together.
Near the end of the song, the couple would share a kiss as the singers urge the male audience member to "go on and kiss the girl." For now, that won't take place any longer at the concerts held by the group.