Sexual Chemistry in Monkeys: The Effect of Vaginal Secretions on Male Sexuality
The reports that vaginal secretions, and particularly certain chemical compounds in them, motivate sexual behavior of male rhesus monkeys (Michael and Keverne 1968, Curtis et al. 1971) attracted a great deal of interest by professionals and the laity. These studies inspired an investigation of the chemical composition of vaginal secretions in women (Sokolov et al. 1976) and have lent support to the long held notion that body odors have an effect on human sexuality.
KeywordsSexual Behavior Wooden Block Inanimate Object Body Odor Intact Female
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