Macy Grey and Bette Midler face backlash for feedback criticized as anaerobic

Grey, best known for his 1999 hit “I Try”, seems to have anticipated the backlash in an appearance that aired Monday on Fox Nation’s “Piers Morgan Uncensored.”

“I’ll say this and people will hate me but being a woman, just because you change your (body) part doesn’t make you a woman, sorry,” Gray said after Morgan made the announcement. the issue of transgender athletes in sport. .

“You feel it, don’t you?” Morgan replied.

“I know it’s true,” Gray replied.

“Being a little girl is a whole book of epics, you know? And you can’t have that just because you want to be a woman,” she told Morgan, later adding, “I don’t. think you should be labeled as transgender just because you disagree.”

Similar Midler caused controversy when she tweeted on Monday, “WOMEN OF THE WORLD! We are being stripped of our rights to our bodies, our lives and even our names!”

“They don’t call us ‘women’ anymore; they call us ‘birthers’ or ‘menstruating people, and even ‘vaginal people’!”, her tweet write. “Don’t let them erase you! Every human on earth is indebted to you!”

Both of their comments did not go through well.

“What is it about ‘women’s rights’ that TERFs (a term defined as a feminist who excludes the rights of transgender women from their feminist activism) like macy gray and bette midler are very want to hang on?” writer Arielle Tschinkel tweeted. “The current trans women don’t make me any less of a woman, no matter how different our experiences may be. Honestly, the core of it is just that. is ridiculous.”

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