Trans Activists Want to BAN Aretha Franklin Hit Song, Deemed “Offensive”


The radical trans community is continuing its outrageous assault on actual women.

The song A Natural Woman by Aretha Franklin is being bashed by LGBTQ critics as ‘offensive,’ with one organization in particular saying the tune helps perpetuate harmful anti-trans stereotypes.

Released as a single by the late Queen of Soul back in 1967, the stirring love ballad is now facing scrutiny – despite preaching positive messages in regards to women and femininity in general.

Leading the charge to have the song nixed is the Trans Cultural Mindfulness Alliance (TCMA), a group that started formed earlier this year and has since made its presence known with a series of polarizing posts on social media.

Statements made by the organization have spawned outrage, including its January 20 request to pull Franklin’s song from streaming platforms like Spotify and Apple Music.

“Inspire acts of harm against transgender women?” Did someone hear the song “Natural Woman” and pick up a gun? I think I would have heard about that.

Sky News Australia reported:

Standing for Women Founder Kellie-Jay Keen says it’s “really hard” to ignore the “misogyny” of the trans-rights movement as Aretha Franklin’s song ‘Natural Woman’ was recently slammed as offensive to trans-women.

“Being a mum, that is also being attacked, we’re now called birthing persons or pregnant persons,” Ms Keen told Sky News Australia.


“I don’t think many women really know how much we’re hated – I hate to say it … I don’t have a victim mentality, but it’s really hard to ignore the misogyny of this particular movement.

“It means a man who says he’s frightened to go in a man’s toilet – his words are more credible than a woman who says she doesn’t want that man in her space.”

These freaks have us all living in a Monty Python sketch. This one, specifically…it’s 44 years old, but has never been more dead-on describing the trans-insanity sweeping the globe:


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