most people today know about pheromones and their role in sexual attraction. nursemyra has been reading about particular female pheromones called copulins which are present in vaginal secretions.
Research suggests that the mechanism by which copulins achieve their effect is by increasing testosterone production in men. It has also been suggested that the heightened attraction evoked by copulins is more apt to benefit women who are less attractive than women who are very attractive. In effect they decrease the importance of optical attractiveness and hence help level the playing field in the competition for men.
Besides increasing libido, copulins also augment sexual pleasure. It is important to remember that copulins do nothing until they lock onto receptors in the nose of a nearby male. The closer a man’s nose is to the vagina, the greater the copulin dose he will receive. If a man claims he is too tired for sex, have him rest his head on your lap instead of a pillow and he just might change his mind.
“Leda and the Swan” (I can’t remember who painted this version. perhaps jahsonic can help?)
(painted by Francois Boucher thanks Jahsonic!!!!)
Paul Spinrad, author of The RE/Search Guide to Bodily Fluids, contends that only one-third of women produce copulins. This may seem implausible, but it meshes with many men’s experience that some women possess an irresistible something extra that cannot be explained on the basis of their appearance, personality, or intellect. So, is there anything a woman can do to boost her copulin production?
The procedure is simple: transfer vaginal secretions from a copulin-producing woman (who is disease-free, of course) into the vagina of a non-producer. Essentially, this is just the process of inoculation.