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Chinese researchers at the Chinese Academy of Sciences recently conducted a study that showed that the brains of gay and bisexual men respond positively to androstadienone, the male pheromone found in male semen and sweat. It also showed that lesbian and bi women respond somewhat similarly to the female pheromone estratetraenol.

Using four separate groups of 24 gay/bi men, straight men, gay/bi women and straight women, participants were shown videos of ambiguous human figures walking forward and then asked to guess whether the human was male or female. They watched these videos while concurrently being exposed to androstadienone or estratetraenol masked with the scent of cloves.

 

Researchers found:

When exposed to androstadienone, heterosexual women were more likely to suggest that the wire figure was a man—but the pheromone had no effect on heterosexual men (that is, hetero men largely could not detect a male or female presence when presented with the pheromone) Perhaps most importantly, homosexual men also responded to that pheromone, suggesting that gay men innately perceive (and are perhaps affected by) male pheromones.

 

Straight men, meanwhile, were more likely to perceive the figure as feminine when exposed to estratetraenol. Straight women showed no effect, while lesbian and bisexual women showed a response somewhere in between…

The study’s abstract concludes:

The results provide the first direct evidence that the two human steroids communicate opposite gender information that is differentially effective to the two sex groups based on their sexual orientation. Moreover, they demonstrate that human visual gender perception draws on subconscious chemosensory biological cues, an effect that has been hitherto unsuspected.

Vice.com’s Motherboard notes, “The study is similar in its findings—if not its methods—to one published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences in 2005 that found that the brains of gay men respond in a similar way to straight women when exposed to androstadienone.

 

The study did not include transgender men or women nor any genderqueer individuals.

Almost every man and woman has heard of these substances that have a great love power. But, in fact, the knowledge of pheromones for many is generally limited here.

 

Perhaps the most famous is the androstenone pheromone, secreted not only by the glands of some animals, but also from those of men. Men and every third woman can not differ its smell. What information it carry still remains a mystery.

It has been found that pheromones are not only a source of sexual message. Using them the animals are changing the borders of their territory, report imminent danger, collect the herd and also regulate the parental relationships.

 

For over 30 years the experts deal with the study of pheromones, but still there are more questions than answers. It has been proven that we do not feel attracted to someone whose smell we do not like. Researchers explain – the most attractive partner for our criteria should smell nice, i.e. have a “unique” smell for us.

 

However, if you like someone’s smell, it just means that he / she fits you biological, but not that you have compatibility in terms of temperament, personality, intelligence, etc.

Pheromones are capable of improving women’s mood. As a result, the level of certain hormones in the blood is changing, especially those involved in regulating the menstrual cycle and reproductive function.

 

Pheromones smell specifically because they do not consist of one substance but are a complex set of at least several. Most scents we detect with the help of smelling, while others do not, as they are processed by the limbic system of the brain responsible for what we call intuition.

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