It’s nice to see men and women exercising and keeping in shape. People are up early, hitting the jogging trails and eating healthy foods. And there’s always some diet or exercise craze that results from a celebrity endorsement or an article in a popular publication.
Cosmopolitan has been right there, blazing a trail to let us know how we should be living out lives.
They offer articles advising us on fashion, food, romance and health. Don’t forget Cosmo told us that the Clintons were good marriage role models and it was alright to fall in love with your brother.
Recently, they featured an article on vaginal weightlifting.
44-year-old intimacy coach and vaginal weightlifter, Kim Anami recommends it.
According to the article, Anami can lift up to 10 pounds with her vaginal muscles.
Lots of questions come to mind, and Anami has the answers!
She actually ties a string to a jade egg, inserts it into her hoo-hoo, and then ties a weight to the other end of the string.
Anami claims that the benefits of having a strong vagina are “immense”. They include better bladder control, a more youthful appearance, and increased sexual pleasure. Not only that, but she claims having a strong vagina contributes to greater spiritual and emotional satisfaction.
We’ll just leave that right there!
Chicks on the Right reports:
Cosmopolitan has done it again. They’ve topped themselves. I didn’t think that was possible, especially after they featured an article on how it’s not THAT weird to fall in love with your brother. (Cosmo also happens to believe that the Clinton marriage is #goals. I think they even used the phrase, “good marriage role models.”)
But this piece has nothing to do with relationship advice. This is about female empowerment. This is about vaginal weightlifting.