“What Drives Human Sexuality More You See or What You Smell?” The Answer May Surprise You.
Posted on March 1, 2013 by Kelly Hamilton.
People often make educated guesses about what makes a person sexually attractive to the opposite sex. Many books have been written and countless theories have surfaced about what makes a woman attractive to a man, or what makes a man attractive to a woman.
Scientists have suggested that facial symmetry, waist-to-hip ratio, certain body types, or even breast size, etc. determine what men find beautiful (or sexually attractive) in a woman. They’ve also suggested that shoulder width, size of biceps/triceps, or chiseled cheekbones determine what women find attractive in a man. Invariably, it all boils down to the sense of sight that is, what we see.
The majority of people insist that it is our sense of sight that influences sexual behavior. In other words, they believe that sexual attraction occurs through visual stimuli, such as the sight of a scantily-clad person, a nude body or certain parts of the anatomy. In truth, there is *no biological basis* for visually perceived physical attraction. While the sight of visually stimulating things do cause a psychological response, that response is often subjective. No two people respond exactly the same way to the same visual stimulus.
Our sense of smell, on the other hand, has been proven to affect sexual behavior in a consistent, biological manner. Here’s how it works: The human body gives a conditioned response to olfactory input. As a result, our sense of smell determines who we find sexually attractive. Conversely, how we smell determines whether or not the opposite sex will be sexually attracted to us.
Human beings are mammals, after all and mammals have a conditioned response to olfactory input (i.e., what we smell) versus visual input (i.e., what we see). Case in point: A male dog does not go around looking for a good-looking female dog (or a female dog that’s physically his “type”). Instead, he pursues the scent of the female. It’s the same with human beings. While our vision may play a part in whom we’re attracted to, it is completely eclipsed by the power our sense of smell when it comes to sexual activity.
Isn’t it nice to know we don’t all have to be genetically blessed with beautiful features and body parts in order to attract the opposite sex? All we have to do is ooze sexuality through the pheromones our bodies secrete. But the question is this: Does your body produce enough pheromones to attract the opposite sex?
Some men and women produce more pheromones than others. It has been scientifically proven that people who produce higher than average amounts of pheromones have greater success with the opposite sex. These are the ones that the opposite sex find irresistible, desirable and seductive and oftentimes, they’re not better looking, sexier, more intelligent or more charming than average. They just have the edgebecause they produce more pheromones than the average person.
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