In re-reading your article at http://evolution.humb.univie.ac.at/institutes/urbanethology/pdf/NEL220501R01_.pdf it appears you\'re saying that the research shows androstenone to have negative effects on women, while androstenol has positive effects. In fact, you say that androstenone has \'repellent\' effects.
I wonder if you can comment on whether this is a fair interpretation of what you\'re saying. If so, what do you make of the people here who report \"hits\" and sexual behavior directed towards them when they wear androstenone?
Also, my own anecdotal experience is that androsterone has negative effects on women. Some others have also said this here. Can you comment on that?