Sex Coach Kim Anami and Her Weight-Lifting Vagina Are Touring the World in 2015

Remember Kim Anami, the sex and relationship coach who actually lifts weights with her vagina? Well, she's back, and this time, she's going on tour. To ring in 2015, Anami has embarked on a campaign she's calling "#thingsIliftwithmyvagina," which — as you may have guessed — involves her traveling to exotic locales around the world and lifting strange and unusual things with her ladybits. Fun? Not fun? Incredibly creative advertising? You be the judge.

Anami, who first came onto the scene courtesy of a video entitled "10 Reasons to Lift Weights with Your Vagina" (you'll apparently be the life of the party if you can shoot ping pong balls out of your vag), has been documenting her world tour on her Instagram account. "In celebration of this year's salon, and to raise vaginal power — and pleasure — awareness and globally, I have embarked on a new campaign: #thingsIlifwithmyvagina," she wrote on the inaugural photo. "This educational challenge features me traveling the world, lifting objects indigenous to various regions, with my vagina. Stay tuned for my vaginal adventures." So far she's lifted things like a surfboard:

And a bottle of juice in LA:

As well as some rambutans:

And bunch of "ladyfinger bananas" in Bali:

I'll be honest: I don't totally know what to do with this. On the one hand, yeah, strengthening your pelvic floor muscles is definitely a good idea. Sex is fun, and doing your kegels is one way to make it even more fun. Everybody wins! On the other, thought, I'm not totally sure I buy Anami's claim that kegels don't work and the only appropriate substitution is lifting heavy objects with your vagina instead. It sounds both kind of dangerous, and also like a giant pissing contest. Reads Anami's website, "As a modern-day sexual savant, it is my experience that nearly every woman has a weak, under-performing, under-pleasuring vagina."

Um... excuse me? My vagina is just fine, thanks. I find the language troubling, mostly because it frames the whole issue as if something is wrong with you if you don't follow in Anami's footsteps. I realize it's an advertisement — basically she's selling a gym course for your vag — but I don't find it to be a particularly effective advertisement. In fact, it's kind of insulting. If it works for you, fine; but for me? Sorry, but I won't be shelling out $500 for a vaginal kung-fu course.

Let's just clear this up once and for all: It's not a contest. It doesn't matter whose vagina can lift the heaviest object. All vaginas are awesome, regardless as to whether they can suspend a surfboard or not.

Images: Kim Anami/Instagram (4)