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How to Attract Men,
Find Romance and Ignite Your Love Life:
Pheromones for Women
It has been scientifically proven that women who
produce higher than average amounts of copulins
(female pheromones) have greater success with
men. These are women that men are unable to
resist because they're exciting, seductive,
desirable -- and they have that alluring quality
that men fall in love with. Oftentimes, these
women are not more beautiful, sexier or more
charming than most other women. They just have
the edge because they produce more copulins than
the average woman.
compounds scientists have identified as female
pheromones. These are volatile fatty acids that
women produce in their vaginal secretions.
According to Vienna University biologists, Karl
Grammer and Astrid Jtte, copulins block a mans
ability to judge a womans attractiveness by the
way she looks and the sound of her voice.
These chemicals act as a love potion, attracting
the man to a woman -- even if the man might not
have otherwise been interested in the woman on
the basis of her looks or the sound of her
Grammer and Jtte conducted a study, wherein they
exposed 66 men (unknowingly) to copulins. They
then showed them pictures of women and asked
them to rate the attractiveness of each woman.
They rated all the women as being significantly
more attractive to them than when they were when
exposed to ordinary water (i.e., no copulins).
The interesting thing was that the less
attractive the woman was rated prior to the
men's exposure to copulin, the bigger the rise
in their perceived attractiveness after
exposure. Curiously enough, when copulins were
introduced, plainer-looking women scored higher
marks than attractive women! The smell of
copulins seems to make physical attractiveness
less important for men.
When optimized, copulins have demonstrated to
bring about a rapid increase in biochemicals
which are partially responsible for the sex
drive in men, thereby causing a man to have a
heightened desire to copulate. They also release
neurotransmitters that directly modify men's
behavior, such as triggering sexual excitement.
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Are Pheromones a Secret
Weapon For Dating?
'20/20' Puts Love Potions To the Test Odorless
pheromones are secreted by many animals to
attract mates. But they're also synthesized and
marketed to consumers as potions to increase
They've been sold for years, but new studies and
claims are making these items hotter than ever.
Paris Hilton knows. She added them to her latest
perfume. But the debate remains: Do pheromones
really work or is this just all hype?
"I think our product is the only product that
has any proof behind its claims," said biologist
Winifred Cutler, a leading pheromone champion
and owner of the Athena Institute, which
manufactures and sells pheromone products.
Cutler said she had proof they worked for 75
percent of customers who had tried her products,
which sell for about $100 for 1/6 of an ounce.
"Our pheromones are sexual attractants. They do
make the wearers more sexually attractive," she
Some scientists remain skeptical about the
existence of human pheromones. "Maybe just the
idea of knowing that you're wearing the stuff
will help," said Dr. Stuart Firestein, a
biologist at Columbia University who studies the
science of smell. "There's certainly always
going to be a very strong placebo effect in
these sorts of things."
Firestein said even if synthesized pheromones
worked, they were not likely to be the only
source of an attraction.
"We use all sorts of cues. A pheromone alone is
unlikely to do it. It's part of a whole
package," Firestein said.
Is the Proof in the
To test whether these potions helped people find
romance, "20/20" sent sets of 20-something male
and female twins to a speed-dating event and
gave them each a scent -- one twin in each set
received a scent containing Cutler's pheromones.
No one knew who had what.
The female twins, Bridget and Sarah, were
introduced to us through twinsworld.com. They
said they would be convinced the pheromones
worked if one of them was approached by more men
at the speed-dating event.
They went on 10 dates each lasting five minutes.
The daters then filled out forms stating which
of the people they would like to see again.
At the end of the night we tallied the results:
Nine men wanted to see Sarah again and five men
wanted to see Bridget again. As for the guys, 10
women were interested in Dave and only six women
were interested in Paul.
Sarah and Dave were wearing the pheromones.
Can Pheromones Give a
40-Something A Boost?
It might seem that singles in their 20s wouldn't
even need the pheromones, so "20/20" wondered
how these perfume additives would help an older
"Women in their 40s are not excreting the same
level of pheromones they might have been when
they were in their 20s or their 30s," Cutler
said. "Adding the pheromone to their perfume can
be just the kick that restores some of what they
thought they had lost."
To see whether it would work for them, "20/20"
asked Kathleen and Lisa Ann, both in their 40s
and single, to wear pheromones every day for
three months and to keep a video diary of their
Lisa Ann said that while she did "get
attention," she was not in a committed
relationship. Kathleen said she never had
trouble meeting men but was starting to long for
"I'm one of eight kids and when I go home to my
family for Christmas, everyone's married with
kids except me," she said. "I just would love to
have a boyfriend for Christmas this year."
In one report, Kathleen said she was getting
more attention on the street, while Lisa Ann was
initially more skeptical, finding only subtle
changes. After one month, the two compared notes
-- Kathleen's dates were up to three or four a
week, while Lisa Ann said her social life could
still use some improvement.
We promised to check back with Lisa Ann and
Kathleen in another month.
In the meantime, we learned about another
pheromone product. This one was more about sales
than sex. The product -- called Pheradore -- was
invented by dermotologist, Dr. Peter Pugliese, a
former colleague of Cutler's. Pugliese told us,
"the women and men who use it felt more
confident." And that confidence, he says, can
translate to higher sales if you're involved in
We recruited three saleswomen to put Pheradore
to the test. Liya and Monica work at Andrew's
Ties shop in New York and Marina works at the
flagship store of Hammacher Schlemmer. All
agreed to wear Pheradore for one week to see if
their sales would increase.
The results? After one week, both Liya and
Monica said they did indeed feel more confident
wearing pheromones, but ultimately did not sell
more ties. As for Monica? She didn't sell more
So at least in these non-scientific studies,
pheromones did not help to increase sales, but
they just might increase sex appeal.
And how did Kathleen and Lisa Ann end up?
Kathleen is still without a Christmas date but
remains convinced the pheromones are working.
Lisa Ann became a convert. On a cold December
night, she and her date were seen keeping each
other warm. And she already knows what she wants
for Christmas: a new supply of pheromones!