Christine And The Queens discusses what it would feel like to pay for sex on her second studio album 'Chris'.
Christine And The Queens fantasises about paying for sex on her new album 'Chris'.
The 'Saint Claude' hitmaker - whose real name is Heloise Letissier - explores the idea of selling her body on the tracks '5 Dollars' and 'Damn', and the pansexual singer admits it is ''sexually freeing'' to think about.
She confesseed: ''I fantasise about if I did.
''It became one of the things that could excite me -- for what it could install and what it could actually soothe.
''Because it's the catharsis to all of those questions in a really simple, settled way, which can be, actually, sexually freeing.''
The 30-year-old French star openly admits that she would like to be seen as both the ''sluttiest'' and ''cleverist'' person.
She spilled: ''I want to be the cleverest woman in the room but also the sluttiest if I want, and this character can work.''
Chris also thinks it's wrong that girls get judged for how far they go in the bedroom on a first date, but that men are celebrated for it.
She told Q magazine: ''It's a real way to take power over your body ... choosing what you inflict on yourself.
She added: '''Oh, so you do that on the first night?' With judgment!
''I was like, 'Well, you let me do that on the first night, what the f*** is wrong with you!'How is it a trophy for dudes and not for girls?''
Speaking previously about indentifying as pansexual, Chris said: ''It means that I can fall in love with someone regardless of their gender, regardless of how they define themselves. I don't really see that as an obstacle, as a definition.''
'Chris' is released on September 21.
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