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Secret Sex Signals

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2. Scent

We’ve all heard of pheromones, but chances are you’ve never consciously gotten a whiff of them. However, the secretions are at work this VERY moment attracting potential mates, or at least a hot date for the weekend.

These chemical signals, which are naturally produced by your body, communicate reproductive quality, as in whether or not you’re a good candidate for offspring.

Studies show that the smell of androstadienone , a chemical component of male sweat, sets off passionate urges in CERTAIN women, unfortunately not all. 

 

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In the 1970s, "copulins" were patented as products that release human pheromones, based on research on rhesus monkeys, but they’ve never been proven to work.