Girls with Big Balls is an excerpt from MUVE (Movement Uninhibited Violating Everything, 2004). In this piece, Gigi Otalvaro-Hormillosa and Heather Carducci perform as Tootie and PecPec—two girls with big balls. Tootie and PecPec meet and decide to go on a journey of exercise and empowerment with their big balls.Girls with big balls, they need no viagra!Girls with big balls, they must be a tiga!Girls with big balls, and this I must ask ya…Why are they seen as murderers with an axe? Atrocious though it may seem…Ferocious we will triumph!As we move, m-u-v-e with our balls!And inspire other dolls,To change what it means to be girls…To be girls!To be girls! With big balls! In June 2004, Devil Bunny along with artistic collaborator SpaceSuperStar's Owner Heather Cox Carducci premiered a movement and sound based performance piece incorporating fitness props as metaphors to address empowerment at the level of love, physicality, spirituality, and creativity. This performance was part of a larger evening featuring video, sound, fashion and performance based work by queer, API, mixed race, and Latina female artists. M.U.V.E. (Movement Uninhibited Violating Everything) was curated and organized by Gigi and Heather, and produced by (a)eromestiza (the organization for which Gigi serves as Artistic Director), the United States of Asian America, the National Queer Arts Festival, and the Queer Latino/a Artists Coalition(QueLACo), with funding from the Zellerbach Family Fund, the Astraea Lesbian Foundation, and the Horizons Foundation. Other participating artists included Eliza Barrios, Melissa Dougherty, Ixta Lagos, emael, Jenifer Wofford; Fashion by Marilyn Yu and Jenny Hacker. In 2004 and 2005, Gigi and Heather went on to perform excerpts from their performance at M.U.V.E. at El Museo del Barrio (New York, NY), The L-Fest (Portland, OR) and El Museo del Chopo (Mexico City).