I’m a redhead gym girl, people say ‘don’t build muscle, women aren’t supposed to be strong’, my pics make them shut up

A REDHEAD gym girl shared photos that made protesters stop.

Some say that women shouldn’t be strong, but she is defying that statement.

TikToker Ba Lat often shares videos about her gym routine


TikToker Ba Lat often shares videos about her gym routineCredit: TikTok / mrslatissimus
Some people say that women shouldn't be strong, but she is defying that statement


Some people say that women shouldn’t be strong, but she is defying that statementCredit: TikTok / mrslatissimus

TikToker Mrs. Lat (@mrslatissimus) regularly shares videos of her gym routine.

“Don’t try to build muscle – women don’t have to be strong,” reads the text on the screen in one video.

“Make them quiet,” her caption reads.

The video then reveals TikToker’s toned and muscular physique.

Her videos have been viewed thousands of times.

Many people commented and called her “queen” because of her “benefits”.

Others called her body “impressive”.

Another TikToker commented: “My uncle said that men should have a muscular body and women don’t and I told him what happened to him that he has no muscles.”

Her videos also feature her workouts and fitness routine.

Meanwhile, another red-haired gymnast has gained more attention on TikTok.

Xinia’s (@xinia_official) attitude has helped her TikTok attract more than 359,000 followers and another six million likes.

One fan was so impressed by the fire-haired beauty that he couldn’t breathe as he described her, calling her his “new lover”.

Russell Falcon

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