I think all the perfume ads based on luring your partner by your sensuous scent should go home, because a sexologist has just revealed that she successfully uses her vaginal scent as a perfume on dates. Not only that, but she also told that "flock to her" because of the scent. While we could have never imagined someone would come up with "vaginal juice" used as scent, this sexologist has actually given it a shot! Amazing, isn't it? Sexologist, Shan Boodram wrote in her book The Game of Desire about the unusual perfume. And as per an excerpt received by Refinery29, sexologist Shan Boodram was surprised by just how much attention her "delicious scent" attracted. Flavoured Oral Sex! ‘My Sweet Secretion Sweetener’ is Here to Make Vagina Taste ‘Delicious’ and Perform Better Sex; Internet Is Not Impressed.
But how do we go about it? I mean, how can you turn your vaginal smell into a body scent? Well, Boodram has an answer to that. She says, "I instructed them to wash their hands, get in a stall and then move their finger around their vaginal opening. The goal was to get a sample from the Bartholin's glands, which are the size of a pea but play a large role in vaginal lubrication." She then asks her readers to rub "a good amount of wetness" on their pulse points, around their collarbone and neck. 5 Types of Feminine Odours And The Health Issues They Indicate.
And if you are wondering how can your vaginal moisture to attract men, then you might want to continue reading about the science behind genital scent and sexual arousal- Pheromones. Vagina Beer: Beverage Made With 'Vaginal Essence' of Hot Underwear Models Goes on Sale in Poland.
What Are Pheromones?
Pheromones are chemical substance produced by your body secretions, especially genitals that contains the odorous 16-androstenes. Pheromones are known to hold a lot of importance in human sexuality by triggering sexual arousal. They work similarly to hormones except not inside the body. More commonly known as an animal attribute, pheromones are also known to be used for alarming others, signalling a food trail, delineating a territory, etc. apart from exhibiting sexual arousal.
Although, this sounds like a great idea, reports have it that Boodram's clients haven't had much success with this dating trick of hers. While we wonder why, you tell us if you would give this a shot?