Ten really convincing reasons why you should start lifting weights with your vagina!
We may not have flying cars, but people in the past never predicted this.
At first, I thought this was real. Because I work on the Internet, I even already knew that the world record for a vaginal deadlift was 31 pounds, held (literally) by "intimate fitness" instructor Tatyana Kozhevnikova.
Then I thought it was fake, because the video quickly heightened to ping pong ball tricks, opening beer bottles and pickle jars, and punishing dudes.
Then I actually went to kungfuvagina.com and holy sh*t is it real.
That site, like this video, comes from life and sex coach Kim Anami, who firmly believes that women are misguidedly letting their vaginas remain weak, underutilized and underpleasuring. While I would never be caught saying such negative things about vaginas, I wish her all the best, along with anyone who wants to take her (pretty expensive) classes. For the curious, the main part of the exercises (which rang a bell from what I remembered when Tatyana first made headlines) is holding in a little jade egg all day, which sounds kinda fun. I think. I'm not really a potential customer, so go look for yourself.
That said, I'm a little intimidated by this. And when I say "I'm a little intimidated by this," I don't mean in a "oh no, my masculine role in the world is uncertain" way. I mean it in a "this video included direct threats about hurting penises" kind of way. I would still never click on one of those dubious penis-enlargement ads, but if one came along promising to teach my member self-defense from angry kegel-ninjas, I would risk all the malware in the world.
(by Johnny McNulty)