'(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman' by Aretha Franklin is being deemed offensive by an alleged activist group in Norway. Hence, they are requesting that the song be removed from music streaming platforms such as Apple Music and Spotify.
This article explains all you need to know about it.
The Trans-Cultural Mindfulness Alliance attacked Aretha Franklin's 1968 hit song Natural Woman for being offensive to trans women.
'Aretha Franklin's 1968 song 'Natural Woman,' echoed numerous anti-trans stereotypes, claiming that there is no such thing as a 'natural' woman.
The group is also requesting that music services like Apple Music and Spotify remove the track from their streaming services.
The Trans-Cultural Mindfulness Alliance (TCM) has been chastised by many internet users for refusing to cancel Aretha Franklin's song Natural Woman.
Außerdem emphasized that the culture of cancellation is supposedly going too far.
Despite differing views on whether or not to cancel a song that was released more than fifty years ago, others were divided.
'This has gone too far, and you are not going to receive one of Queen #ArethaFranklin's greatest hits,' a user wrote. 'Am I the only one who believes this to be demented?'
'So, someone heard the song and attacked trans people,' said another user, adding: 'What are things that never happened for $400?'
'It's a great song, and I'll go listen to it right now because of this post,' another wrote.
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Following a tweet about them slamming Aretha Franklin's song, TCMA changed their Twitter bio to 'Parody/Satire.'
Delegates said the group intends to promote "cultural changes to ensure the inclusion of trans people."
In a follow-up letter, they criticised new groups for neglecting to mention that their Twitter page is a fake page.
According to the authors, "It's difficult to understand why this is a joke or satire."
A Natural Woman, by Franklin, is in fact regarded as a powerful song. It provides a positive message for people throughout the world.
Franklin performed it at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., in 2015, as part of a concert honoring its authors Gerry Goffin and Carole King.
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