Men Can Smell If A Woman Is Attracted To Them, According To Research

Dhruvi Modi , 07 Mar 2020
Couple Posing (Source: Instagram | @katerinaandyinon)
Couple Posing (Source: Instagram | @katerinaandyinon)

Ya know how you can tell if your partner is mad, angry, sad or happy? Amongst all the distinct features that we have, smelling their sexual arousal is one as well. Say whaaaa? You heard me right, ladies! Men can pick up on our scents and understand whether we are sexually attracted to them or not.

According to a new study by the University of Kent, men can differentiate between the smell of a woman who’s turned on and one who’s not into him.

Beautiful loving couple kissing in bed by Dmytro Kapitonenko (Source: www.shutterstock.com)
Beautiful loving couple kissing in bed by Dmytro Kapitonenko (Source: www.shutterstock.com)

Moreover, findings have proven that, in turn, men are more attracted to those women who find them attractive. The release of chemosignals acts as an additional method of communication, and one that is very telling!

Dr. Arnaud Wisman, a psychologist at the University of Kent and the researcher behind his paper, Sexual Chemosignals: Evidence That Men Process Olfactory Signals of Women’s Sexual Arousal, discovered three interesting findings.

  1. Firstly, the experiment revealed that men evaluate the sweat of sexually aroused women to be more attractive compared to the scent of the same women when not sexually aroused.
  2. Secondly, humans release chemosignals (the definition of which is: chemical signals the human body gives off, often through sweat, through which people can interact). Exposure to said chemosignals released by women made the men more attracted to them.
  3. Lastly, men gave more attention to women who displayed sexual cues as opposed to those who didn’t.

Who knew what our bodies are capable of of!

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