In the 1967 single "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman", Aretha Franklin says the classic line "You make me feel like a natural woman.” What an odd thing to say that we all just accept like it’s a normal concept. When don’t you feel like a natural woman? Before we get to that, what is an UNnatural woman? Is that slang for a transvestite or transgendered person? If you were a transgendered then I could see how this song might make some sense. It probably still doesn’t because what does a “natural woman” feel like? I don’t think anyone knows. It’s like asking someone to describe life. The feeling is likely too abstract for words. The real problem with this is, Aretha Franklin sang the song and Carole King wrote it. As far as people could tell, those were real women with vaginas and ovaries so they’re already natural women. What is going on with your genital situation that makes you ever feel like an unnatural woman? Unless something is hormonally wrong you should always feel like a natural woman. Therefore, there’s really no good reason to go around singing when you feel like a natural woman. There’s nothing a man or woman can do make you feel more like a natural woman. That’s like saying “You make me feel like I was born with a vagina” or “You make me feel like a human!” Okay great, thank you for that. That sounds like a very difficult achievement.
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