Vagina's are not intended to be used as coat hangers.
We tested this by hiring in a team of test subjects of assorted backgrounds.
We had a control group of 20 women who would be used as coat hangers, and 20 women whose vaginas would be used as coat hangers.
Of the women tested, it was found that the group wearing the coats on their shoulders were better able to hold and preserve coats, as opposed to the 20 with whom the necks were inserted into their vaginas.
It is our strong opinion, that if we continue these tests, we will eventually reach our goal of an ebola vaccine.