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Struggling to attract a mate? Have you considered a new look? Maybe you should learn Spanish? Perhaps you should try rubbing vaginal juice on your wrist or neck?
Sexologist, Shan Boodram, claims that people have 'flocked to her' when she has worn the bodily fragrance.
The author spilt the beans in her new book, The Game of Desire, in which she discusses an experiment she ran with four of her clients to see if copulins (a chemical secreted by the vagina) made the clients more attractive to people when worn as perfume.
In order to test the theory, the women went to a bar and 'connected' with strangers, before gathering in the toilets halfway through the night; for as we all know, the toilet is where you go for a freshen up at the middle of your night out.
According to Refinery 29, Shan wrote: "I instructed them to wash their hands, get in a stall and then move their finger around their vaginal opening. The goal was to get a sample from the Bartholin's glands, which are the size of a pea but play a large role in vaginal lubrication".
From here, the women were told to apply 'a good amount of wetness' on their pulse points and around their collarbone and neck... with one of the women complaining she felt 'sticky'.
Somewhat disappointingly/unsurprisingly, the women didn't report having any remarkable success with men post wetness application. One of the women said a man leaned in a bit closer, but this could have just been because it was noisy.
While the experiment was inconclusive, Shan for one is no doubts about the effect wearing her vaginal juices as perfume has for her.
Shan concluded: "So while I'm not sure how effective this experiment is, I am certain that every single time I employ it, it makes me feel like an enchanted goddess with a delicious secret."
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