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Chrissy Chlapecka in Two-Piece Workout Gear Says "We Love to Dance"

"We love to dance and get ready for tour together."

Chrissy Chlapecka is dancing up a storm – in her workout gear. In a new social media post the singer and influencer shows off her amazing figure in a crop top and skirt, singing one of her catchy songs. "Let me introduce you to my first boyfriend, @gaychoreographer 🩷🏳️‍🌈 our love is real! we love to dance and get ready for tour together!" she captioned the post. How does she approach mental and physical health? 




Despite her busy schedule, Chrissy prioritizes rest. "Honestly, you know, I try and schedule my days very, you know, as well as I can," she told KISSFM. "When I make content, I try to make it like one hour a day or a week, just kind of mass produce content and post it throughout the week so then the rest of the week I can work on creating music and sleeping." What are the health benefits of sleep? According to the Sleep Foundation, getting enough z's is a mood booster, promotes heart health, regulates blood sugar, improves mental function, restores your immune system, helps relieve stress, and aids in weight loss. 


Finding Herself Through TikTok

Chrissy maintains that her rise on TikTok was a direct result of channeling her emotions. "I was going through a really transitional phase in my life at the time," she said. "I had just gotten out of a pretty bad relationship and I was still really young. I was like, I just turned 20 and I was really figuring myself out and like, 'Just who Chrissy is, like what is she about?' I felt like I really didn't know her. And I started just like, posting on TikTok and I was like, I'm just gonna say my little thoughts and my little silly ideas. And it was like right away people were astounded with how silly I was and some of the good advice that I can give to people. And that's kind of how I blew up. And ever since I've been an active creator online."


Calling Out Masculine Toxicity


One of the things that Chrissy is known for is calling out masculine toxicity. "I think I've just experienced a lot of that throughout my life. I've, you know, unfortunately, been through a lot of toxic situations with men and abusive relationships and at a really young age, and so I had to learn some lessons really quickly. And I think I'm really grateful that I learned things and I can kind of flip that narrative for myself and kind of change it and become more confident and just like a better person out of it," she said in the interview. "And help anyone who's kind of going through that stuff too, because it's not easy. Especially with the way our society is built, you know, tell women what they should do, what they shouldn't, and who they should date. And like the things that should be okay in relationships when they're really not," she continued. "I kind of wanna be there to be like, 'No. Like those things aren't okay and it's okay to be you in any way, shape or form and whatever makes you comfortable.' And I don't know, I just feel like I owe that to myself, my younger self and just anyone who watches me."


What Being a "Bimbo" Means

Chrissy is part of the "bimbo movement" on social media, which "really happened as almost an accident," she says. "I was just being silly online and posting videos and I just got a bunch of comments that were like, 'Oh my gosh, like bimbo nation.' And I was like, wait, that's exactly it. I am a bimbo. And you know, I really started thinking about it and just, you know, embracing the things about myself that maybe make me a bimbo. Just like my hyper femininity, my love for pink, my love for who I am and how I dress and you know, just the intelligence I have that maybe isn't so practical or what people like society says is intelligent," she explains. "You know, like emotional intelligence and just like street smarts and stuff like that. Yeah. Like things that just make me, me. And I really started embracing that online and also kind of embracing like, don't let men tell you what to do. Like, be yourself. Like you don't, you don't need a guy to be whole. You can be you and be whole and be feminine and queer and just whoever you are, whatever makes you comfortable. And that's kind of how that began. And so it was like the Gen Z bimbo just kind of became a celebration of yourself and femininity or anywhere you land in that spectrum. Like if you wanna call yourself a bimbo and you're super masculine, like cool."



Chrissy is a big advocate of mental health. When asked who she goes to for advice, she responded: "Oh, my therapist. I love her."



Another one of her core messages? "Put yourself first," she said. "Love yourself. Embrace who you are. Stop trying to make other people comfortable. Try and make yourself comfortable. Just really embrace every part of yourself. I think that's really what it is about. Not conforming to what other people want you to do and just really staying true to who you are and what your gut is telling you."

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