A Video Game Aid That Could Improve Your Sex Life?

Excercise your pelvic muscles by playing games on your phone!

Game designer Tom Chen has discovered a way that female gamers can improve their sex lives.

The Smart Kegel Exercise Aid (SKEA) is a device that gets inserted into a woman's vagina so she can perform kegel exercises.  What are the benefits of kegel exercises? The major benefit is that it helps with urinary incontinence.  Also, acccording to Chen, also a physicist, "Strong pelvic floor muscles can enhance arousal and improve improve sensation, orgasm quality, and general sexual experience.  Men also prefer prefer their female partner(s) to have stronger pelvic muscles due to stronger contact forces and grip during the course." 


SKEA is used along with special mobile phone games.  One particular game is "Alice in Continent" Alice jumps and chases Rabbit Leg-Pullers, dodges Lava Leaks and collects Collagen Elixirs.  The jump action is controlled by using your pelvic muscles to squeeze the Smart Kegel Exercise Aid.


SKEA tracks your exercise history and game scores.  As your scores improve, you will notice your pelvic muscles getting stronger.

Skea has currently raised $5054.00 towards its' goal of $38,000.00. Their goal date is August 14th.



GameSkinny Intern, Published Writer, Blogger and Gamer

Source eurogamer.net
Published Aug. 3rd 2014
  • PencilPusha
    Wow. Very interesting! It'd be good for women who just had a baby :-) Those muscles are really messed up after childbirth!
  • Mary Yeager
    Senior Intern
    Um. Ok. Sure. About all I can say about that. lol.

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