This Lady Can Lift 10 Pounds… with Her VAGINA!

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Y’all, this is one you can’t UN-SEE, so brace yourselves. Meet Kim Anami. She’s a Vaginal Kung Fu master who can lift up to 10 pounds… with her va-jay-jay.

#thingsiliftwithmyvagina #eurotour In Barcelona at Gaudi’s Parc Güell, lifting a bowl of paella. When I first discovered Gaudi’s architecture years ago, I fell in love. Here was someone with such a unique, splenderous vision, who dared to be different. His buildings are orgasms of the imagination. Asymmetrical, mosaic-lain, fantasy-driven pieces. Originals. People often say things—bullshit things—like “there’s nothing original out there” or “it’s all been done before.” Only un-original people say such things. Original people are too busy creating new work. When you are truly in tune with your own voice, your own gifts, and you are courageous enough to use them, you make original work. Work the world has not seen before. The key? The thing that separates all the replicas from original brilliance? Having the guts to do it. Because when you put something out there that hasn’t been done before, you’ve stepped off the well-trodden path of safety. You have no idea how it’s going to be taken. And you know what? You don’t give a shit. Because the only thing you are faithful to is your own muse. And if you are following its guidance, really, boldly following it, it will lead you into greatness. Beyond greatness. Into genius. #thingsiliftwithmyvagina #eurotour #vaginalkungfu

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And uh, she did a lot more than kegel exercises to get to this point.

“It’s about toning the pelvic floor and vagina with a weight training routine,” Anami told People Magazine.

That’s right… Vaginal Kung Fu involves actually lifting weights with your lady part muscles.

“Just like any muscle that isn’t being exercised, it will atrophy. This leads to numbness, dissociation and lowered libido,” Anami explained. “Vaginal Kung Fu invigorates the vagina so it can function as it’s meant to: a giver of multiple orgasms and life-changing pleasure.”

It’s all about “reconnecting a woman to her body and sexual power.”

Alrighty then! Well, who’s willing to give this Vaginal Kung Fu a try?!

The LA Series. #thingsiliftwithmyvagina And the Oscar goes to… My vagina. Best Supporting Vagina winner, for sure. I’m standing on Hollywood Boulevard, on the Walk of Fame. My vagina is hovering over the “star” of Hedy Lamarr. Some historical vagina for you: Hedy is the reason why most of you are even reading this right now. You could say she’s the most influential woman of our modern age. Not only was she touted in her day as being the “world’s most beautiful woman” by Louis B. Meyer, she had the first non-pornographic onscreen orgasm in the 1933 silent film “Ecstasy.” My kinda girl. It gets better. Tiring of acting, she took up inventing. Lamarr co-developed a frequency-hopping spread spectrum technology that is the basis for modern wifi communication. She registered the patent with her cofounder in 1942 and was inducted into the Inventor’s Hall of Fame in 2014. Beauty, brains, vagina. Even I’m impressed. #thingsiliftwithmyvagina #vaginalkungfu #vaginalsuperpowers #bestsupportingvagina #theoscargoesto #oscars

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