Trans Community Blasting Aretha Franklin’s Hit ‘Natural Woman’


Guess You Can’t Please Everyone

Even when you are dead. The Trans community is now picking apart an age old motown hit by none other than THE Aretha Franklin. They feel the song has no merit because in their opinion there is no such thing as a ‘natural woman’.

Yea ummmm, no. Farfetched and nonsensical at best. The LGBT community seems to always have a gripe that has no merit. The song has been around for a lifetime or two, and why would they think the song would be removed because of how they “feel”? When in actuality, there are natural women. Otherwise, how do babies come into the world? It’s a never-ending circle with some of these theories that people try to question. Everyone has an opinion. This is what makes the gay agenda become a reality. The envelope is always being pushed, inch by inch.

The Privilege is Getting Out of Hand

Jennifer Hudson Is Set To Star In Aretha Franklin Movie – Comes Out In Theaters Summer 2020.


The movie is titled, ‘Respect‘ and will hit theaters next summer.

Prior to their death, Aretha Franklin had her hands in the makings of the film, so much o hat she handpicked Harvey Mason Jr. Hudson to be a part of the project.Filming began in Atlanta last month.

The movie will chronicle Franklin’s life and rise to stardom. The film will touch on the early parts of her childhood when she started out in the church singing gospel music.

Along with Hudson, there are some A list actors in the film as well, not limited to… Mary J. Blige, Audra McDonald, and Marlin Wayans. Forest Whitaker is playing the role of Aretha Franklin’s father who was a minister in the church. Audra McDonald is playing Arethas mom. Rising star Skye Dakota will play little Aretha, as a kid.

In addition to to this MGM film, National Geographic is brewing up its own docu-series on Aretha Franklin, which stars Cynthia Erivo as the star. Genius: Aretha is a scripted television miniseries that will also explore the 18 Granmy Award winners’ life and musical legacy.