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Miss Natalie’s 4ZZZ Podcast

Miss Natalie’s interview on Dykes on Mikes section on 102.1 4ZZZ FM and first ever air play of her original song “Hot for Women”.

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MISS NATALIE’S ‘HOT FOR WOMEN’ VIDEO RELEASE

Brisbane singer/songwriter Miss Natalie launched the official music video for her debut single ‘Hot for Women’ at Zuri Bar in the Valley.

The video, shot in May at Zuri Bar, was produced by SRP Studios and features Brisbane gay community identities.

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Official Music Video Released For Catchy LGBT Single ‘Hot For Women’

Brisbane Singer Miss Natalie launched the official music video for her debut single “Hot for Women” at the Zuri Bar in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley at the end of September.

Feature performances for the event included some of Brisbane’s finest burlesque dancers and drag queens, as well as Miss Natalie herself, who wowed the audience with covers of “Do It Like A Dude”, “Worth It”, “Me Too” & “Dangerous Woman”.

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Brisbane singer Miss Natalie releases debut single Hot for Women

BRISBANE songstress Miss Natalie has released a catchy new pop track about her love of women and trying convince men who are hitting on her in the clubs that she is in fact, a lesbian.

Miss Natalie, launched the official music video for her debut single Hot for Women, which embraces a vibrant, colourful theme to suit the song’s upbeat style and features some of the Brisbane LGBTI community’s biggest names.

 

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MISS NATALIE VIDEO LAUNCH AT ZURI BAR

Miss Natalie performed her debut single ‘Hot For Women’ at Brisbane Pride Fair Day last weekend, but the official music video launch is at Zuri Bar in the Valley this Friday.

The song talks about the kind of treatment lesbian and bi women sometimes receive when men make assumptions about their sexuality – “No, you can’t join her and me – we’re not here to be your fantasy” – while adding that the guys’ sisters are more than welcome.

 

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Ridiculous things people say to lesbians

FOR many lesbian women, stereotypes and harassment play a frequent role in their daily lives. It’s something 27-year-old lesbian singer “Miss Natalie” knows all too well.

Often guys will say, ‘You don’t look gay,’ or ‘You just haven’t had the right guy yet,’” she explains. “I’ve even had men say that it’s a ‘waste’ that I’m gay. That one I find particularly hurtful, as though I’m worthless because I’m not attracted to men.”