Tom Chen creates a device he says can strengthen vagina muscles with video games – the Skea.

Playing games while training your pelvic floor muscles at the same time! Skea is the world’s most caring and fun Kegel Exercise aid.

Tom Chen is a man with a mission: He wants to improve the vaginal muscles of women via video games.

Chen is a Beijing-based physicist and game designer who will release something called the SKEA — which is short for “Smart Kegel Exercise Aid” — later this month, reports Huffington Post.

The SKEA fits into a woman’s vagina and allows her to play video games hands-free just by tightening her kegel muscles, the pelvic floor muscles that support the uterus, bladder, small intestine and rectum.

In a Kickstarter video explaining the project, Chen said the SKEA was inspired by his wife’s urinary problems.

“Pelvic floor-related diseases are very common, affecting half of all [women]. My wife got it after giving birth,” he said on the video. “When she found herself unable to control her piss, she was really pissed off.”

What does Skea do? 

Imagine playing Temple Run with Fitbit. Not with fingers, but with pelvic floor muscles!

We want to help women overcome Pelvic Floor Muscle Dysfunction, the most common gynecological disease.

Skea is the solution that is not boring but actually FUN! Bye-bye, urinary incontinence. Oh, and welcome back, SEX!

Why should you care?

To women: we know how frustrated you are when your bladder defies your authority! My wife got urinary incontinence after giving birth to our daughter, it sucks!


The hard truth: >50% of all women suffer from Pelvic Floor Muscle Dysfunction sometime in her life, regardless of race, religion or Zodiac signs.

How Skea works
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This evil disease weakens the Pelvic Floor Muscles, which hold up our organs in our belly and also control our bladder. Men usually have little problems with it (but they got prostate problems instead. Life is fair), but most women do.

One tester told the vagina video game was like “like playing Temple Run with Fitbit. Just that I don’t use fingers but use my pelvic muscles!”

This past summer, Chen raised $52,021 via Kickstarter and will be shipping out the products to buyers later this month.

Skea – a solution that is actually Fun!

So we invented Skea, the world’s most caring and humane Kegel Exercise aid! Our solution is a video games that combines Kegel Exercise together. You play a special mobile phone game by wearing Skea as the controller inside your body.

In this game, you play the role of Alice in Continent (pun intended!). Alice needs to constantly jump around to chase Rabbit Leg-pullers, dodge Lava Leaks, and collect Collagen Elixirs. How do you control the jump action? Not by touching the screen, but by using your pelvic muscles to squeeze on Skea!

View the Skea Kickstart project here.