Human Pheromones and their effects on sexual behavior have been well
documented and researched in the last few years. Below is a list of
magazines, newspapers, television and research institutes and their
reports about pheromones.
The New York Times - human pheromones at last have the zest of
scientific truth. The experiments offer the first solid proof of the
existence of human pheromones, compounds produced by one individual that
can influence the biology or behavior of another.
WebMD - Seventy-four percent of the people tested... experienced
an increase in hugging, kissing and sexual intercourse. If you're
looking for the man or woman of your dreams, pheromones... are most
likely playing a large and very clever role in mate attraction.
CNN - Study finds proof that humans react to pheromones... people
produce and respond to pheromones.
ABC News - The work is pivotal. It basically says, Look, people,
we are influenced by people.
Lifestyle Magazine - "It's something women don't consciously
smell, it works on the olfactory nerves. The woman finds the man
attractive but she doesn't know why."
The Daily Telegraph - "Pheromones.... influence human behavior in
a subtle way - Women are attracted to the smell."
Howard Hughes Medical Institute - A powerful sex attractant.