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Importance Of Pheromones To Human Sexual Attraction

Importance Of Pheromones To Human Sexual Attraction

In other species, sexual activity is a matter of the right smell and unlimited access. Pheromones are what make a dog in heat irresistible to potential mates across long distances. Pheromones are also what cause a single female palm sawfly in a cage to draw more than 2,000 mates a day from miles away. And, in swine, male pheromones cause females to instantly assume a posture for mating.

Pheromones too are a critical factor in sexual behavior and reproduction in humans, even though the chain of events and stimuli that lead to sexual activity is far more complex. Men naturally produce pheromones that send important chemical messages to prospective mates. Women receive and process these messages through either their olfactory system (which processes smells), an accessory system called the vomeronasal organ (VNO), or both of these. Scientists aren’t yet sure how active the VNO is in humans, although it is highly active in other species.

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Bedroom Tips For Women

Bedroom Tips For Women

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Over the years, I have observed a common trend with women, not all women but a sizeable portion of the female population, they seem to be very insecure physically and sexually. In my opinion, these insecurities lead women to do some detrimental things in and to their relationships. Women, you need to empower yourselves. Embrace your body (it is the only one you own), get informed about what you like and don’t like sexually and learn that sex is meant to be enjoyed. It is very important to remember that communication is the key to any great relationship and a sexual relationship is no different. Everyone has insecurities but they do not have to interfere in a healthy relationship. Talk to your partner about the insecurities you have, work on them and get ride of them, or at least get them at a manageable level.

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