A Former Porn Star Is Pissed That There Is A Transgender Playmate

Ines Rau, Playboy 2017 
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Contact: Tamar Aprahamian, taprahamian@playboy.com

A Former Porn Star Is Pissed That There Is A Transgender Playmate

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Published October 20, 2017

Ines Nua made history by becoming the first transgender woman to become a Playmate forPlayboy. Some people are rejoicing but others are mad as hell — even porn stars.  

Yep, Jenna Jameson, one of the most famous porn stars in history, told Fox News, "I just think it's a ridiculous attempt by Playboy to stay relevant. It is a foolish decision that alienates its consumer base." Then she also ranted on Twitter:

Now would be a great time for Jenna to mind her own business and stop policing who should be a Playmate. Playboy is a legendary magazine and media outlet that can make their own decisions on the women they feature. But let's not forget, Jenna is not the most progressive. She is the same person who said slut shaming was a "Black" thing. On December 19, 2016, she tweeted this, "Seriously... is slut shaming a black thing? Looks bad on you." 

In better news, Meagan Good showed some love to Ines by saying, "You are loved. Congratulations and keep going. It's important because there are kids out there committing suicide." Watch the video below:

Playboy’s November/December 2017 issue is now available for download at Playboy.com and on newsstands nationwide on October 31, 2017.

For more on Meagan Good, watch the BET video above.

Written by Renee Samuel

(Photo: Mike Marsland/WireImage)


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