Jenna Jameson slams Playboy for featuring first transgender model on cover

Former adult actress Jenna Jameson signs copies of her new book 'Sugar' at Barnes & Noble bookstore at The Grove on October 25, 2013 in Los Angeles, California (Photo by Valerie Macon/Getty Images)

Jenna Jameson is not happy with Playboy's choice to feature its first ever transgender Playmate, the French model Ines Rau, in its November issue.

The former adult entertainer 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."

We reached out to Playboy who did not comment. But Cooper Hefner, the son of late founder Hugh Hefner, told the New York Times: "It’s the right thing to do. We’re at a moment where gender roles are evolving.”

Jameson, 43, took to Twitter to voice her frustration with the legendary men's entertainment brand.

Some followers expressed their dismay with Jameson's Playmate perspective.

One user said, "So many LGBTQ people have been fans of you & actually looked up to you & your empire. That's sad you would be so judgmental."

Jameson replied to her former fan, "Just because Miss USA won't let me compete (because I'm an ex pornstar) doesn't mean they don't love me 👌🏻I love my gay and trans peeps."

Another echoed Jameson's sentiments, "Playboy has women in it. Playgirl has men in it. The Boy Scouts have boys in it. The Girl Scouts have girls in it. Why is this so hard?"

The mother of two continued to defend her position.