Macy Gray and Better Midler have been accused of being transphobic. Gray, who is best known for the 1999 hit "I Try," appeared to

anticipate the backlash in an appearance on Monday's Fox Nation's "Piers Morgan Uncensored." Gray stated, "I will tell this and

everybody's going to hate me, but as a women, just because your (body) parts go change, doesn't mean you're a woman

after Morgan raised the issue of transgender athletes in sports. Morgan replied, "Right, that's what you feel?" Gray responded, "I know

that for certain." Gray replied, "I know that for a fact." Morgan was told by her that you cannot have it just because your desire to

be a woman. Later she added, "I don’t believe you should be called transphobic just for disagreeing with me." Midler's Monday tweet

WOMEN OVER THE WORLD!" also caused controversy. Our rights over our bodies and our lives, as well as our names, are being

taken away! They don't call us "women" anymore. Instead, they call us "birthing people",'menstruators and even people with

vaginas she tweeted. They can't erase you!" You are the one that every human being on this planet owes. Their comments were

not well received. "What is it about "womanhood" that TERFs (a term that refers to a feminist who exempts transgender