Trans Group Calls for the Ban of Aretha Franklin's 'Natural Woman'


The Norwegians are all upset because Aretha Franklin, sang a song back in 1968. When yours truly was one year old. Maybe you've heard of the song. It's called you make me feel like a natural woman. You may have heard of this song. You may love the song. Back in the 1960s, it was one of the most popular songs in all of music. As a matter of fact, when Aretha Franklin, the Queen of soul, was well into her latter years. She was invited to sing that song at the Kennedy Center that was in 2015. But anyway, a group of transgender activists are very upset, and they say they got triggered by Aretha Franklin's song, you make me feel like a natural woman. They say the song perpetuates harmful anti trans stereotypes. The group says there is no such thing as a natural woman. And now they're calling on Apple music and Spotify to remove the song from their platforms. And you know, I wouldn't be surprised if they did. I mean, they would have to, right? I mean, that's the whole point of this woke trigger mob, right? When you get triggered by something, you have to remove it. Nobody can be offended anymore. In America. And by the way, if you're a dude who thinks he's a woman and you get your pantyhose in a twist over Aretha Franklin, you've got bigger problems. Yeah, I know you already have problems, but you have bigger problems on top of the problems you already have.

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