Donjoy Fitness, the company that makes “DonjoyFit,” is proud to release its newest video, “DonJoy Fit.”
The video, which features a woman whose life changed dramatically by a medical procedure, is about a woman who lost her virginity for the first time.
The video has been viewed over 15 million times on YouTube and has received over 200,000 shares.
Donjoy says the video has helped hundreds of thousands of women.
It is a unique, empowering video that challenges the concept of the ‘norm’ for women to have sex.
The woman, known only as “Ms. Doe,” was 18 years old when she had a procedure to remove her ovaries.
The procedure was performed at the age of 19.
“It was an incredibly difficult decision, but I’m so glad I made it,” she says in the video.
“I had no idea it would be the beginning of my life as a woman.
It’s one of those things that can change you forever.”
Ms. Meyers, who says she was sexually abused as a child, says she went through a traumatic time of depression and self-harm.
After her procedure, she was prescribed an antidepressant.
She then went through therapy and found her purpose.
“I was at a point where I was not in control of what I was doing anymore, so I decided to just give up and get the surgery done,” she said.
“And I’m still here.
I’m in therapy.
I am doing really well.
I still have a lot of healing to do.”
Donjoy Fitness says the women in the videos are all from different walks of life and backgrounds, but they all have a common thread: they all want to make sure they are not alone in the experience of losing their virginity.
“DonJoyFit,” which is sponsored by the US National Center for Transgender Equality, is a national nonprofit organization that helps LGBTQ+ youth and adults through programs and events.
It has partnered with the American Psychological Association and the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force to create the DonjoyFit program.
The Donjoy Fit video is about how a woman can lose her virginity and how she has been through a process of self-discovery.
“This is a life lesson for all of us, and I’m excited to share it with as many people as possible,” Donjoy founder and CEO Michael Toth said.
Donjoy said its goal is to inspire, not scare, and is working with a number of LGBT organizations to help young people learn about how to achieve their goal.
DonJoy also is working to get more people involved in its programs, including youth, who have had a hard time reaching their goals and are looking for guidance.