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    Default Journal of Sex Research, Vol 41 Number 1 Feb 2004

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    Special issue: Evolutionary and neurohormonal perspectives on human sexuality.

    Women\'s sexual

    experience during the menstrual cycle: identification of the sexual phase by noninvasive measurement of luteinizing

    hormone. p 82-94

    Surprise; it all comes down to levels of luteinizing hormone (LH). Androstenol increases LH

    levels in women, so do axillary secretions from men. Does this mean that wearing an androstenol containing pheromone

    fragrance (like SOE) will get you laid? No! Does it mean a woman in the \"sexual phase\" of her cycle will be more

    interested in you? If she\'s not, you\'re probably not smiling enough.

    Co-authors on the aforementioned

    article include some well known pheromone researchers, most notably Martha McClintock. So why are these folks not

    doing pheromone research, and instead of coming up with the new term \"sexual phase\" of the cycle, while doing

    neurohormonal research, specifically on LH levels? Could it be that they\'ve read Kohl\'s 1992 paper: LH the

    link between sex and the sense of smell? I think there will be some interesting discussion at the Association for

    Chemoreception Sciences annual meeting next month. I\'m planning on riding down on the Valkyrie, which will make

    it even more fun.

    Other articles of interest, also in this special issue of JSR. Hope some of you have access via

    your local library.

    As usual, I\'ll post AChemS conference abstracts of interest to my site when they become

    available.

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    Default Re: Journal of Sex Research, Vol 41 Number 1 Feb 2004

    Hello doctor. Nice to know about this material. I want to share with you some history.
    I was in a

    embassy party of germany, where people most of then european where there.
    I was with a beatiful blonde women, but

    then a guy that was not wearing pheromones or nothing try to take my company from me.
    He in my face and in the face

    of the other people, become to touch her shoulder with his shoulder(left and right,opposite)and change to the other

    side and to the same(right to left), like a BEE dance.
    The thing here is that my company did not move any part of

    her body, was like she was hypnotize and us too in some way, because I did not react to his behaviour.
    Then he go,

    please explain me about this extrange body language, and maybe the odor that he want it to share with my company and

    to show his superiority to us.

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    Default Re: Journal of Sex Research, Vol 41 Number 1 Feb 2

    No explanation from me; sounds like very unusual behavior, especially in a crowd.

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    Default Re: Journal of Sex Research, Vol 41 Number 1 Feb 2

    Yes Doc.
    But he was using body language, and believe me when I told you that he make us fell down(the

    mens), was like a bee dance.
    If you know somebody that can explain me or a to read something will be

    interesting

    Regards

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    Default Re: Journal of Sex Research, Vol 41 Number 1 Feb 2

    Hmmm... Bee Dance.. My Alpha Male guinea pig used to shake, make a purring noise and go in circles

    around the female when he was \"in the mood\". He died of natural causes a while ago

    [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/frown.gif[/img].... Poor Brownie (that was his name). I don\'t know what that

    guy was doing but lots of people have weird ways of getting chicks

    [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/cool.gif[/img].

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    Default Re: Journal of Sex Research, Vol 41 Number 1 Feb 2

    </font><blockquote><font class=\"small\">Quote:</font><hr />
    Hello doctor. Nice to know about this

    material. I want to share with you some history.
    I was in a embassy party of germany, where people most of then

    european where there.
    I was with a beatiful blonde women, but then a guy that was not wearing pheromones or nothing

    try to take my company from me.
    He in my face and in the face of the other people, become to touch her shoulder

    with his shoulder(left and right,opposite)and change to the other side and to the same(right to left), like a BEE

    dance.
    The thing here is that my company did not move any part of her body, was like she was hypnotize and us too

    in some way, because I did not react to his behaviour.
    Then he go, please explain me about this extrange body

    language, and maybe the odor that he want it to share with my company and to show his superiority to us.

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    /></blockquote><font class=\"post\">


    WTF go pull my other leg...hahahaha Riiiiiiight

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    Default Re: Journal of Sex Research, Vol 41 Number 1 Feb 2

    No I think he may be onto something, I would like to know more about this bee dance. I might go out and

    try it.

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