Why does Paris smell like armpits?

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  1. John Navas

    John Navas Guest

    At least it doesn't smell like urine like NYC but the least Parisians
    could do is clean up their own city. You can smell it everywhere even
    in the tourist areas.
     
    John Navas, Apr 12, 2004
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    (John Navas) wrote:

    stop crossposting, moron

    *PLONK
     
    Dr. Plonk, CLC, Apr 12, 2004
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  3. John Navas

    Submariner Guest

    Re: Why does John Navas smell like armpits?

    "John Navas" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > At least it doesn't smell like urine like NYC but the least Parisians
    > could do is clean up their own city. You can smell it everywhere even
    > in the tourist areas.
     
    Submariner, Apr 12, 2004
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  4. John Navas

    Figaro Guest

    On 12 Apr 2004 14:52:19 -0700, (John Navas) wrote:

    >At least it doesn't smell like urine like NYC but the least Parisians
    >could do is clean up their own city. You can smell it everywhere even
    >in the tourist areas.


    Maybe it's because the French don't have our paranoid fear/ hatred of
    anything that isn't squeaky clean, germ free, or sweet smelling. Maybe it's
    because the French are too adult and too realistic to demand that everything
    in life must either smell good or not smell at all. Or, maybe they don't
    watch enough of those relentless TV commercials devoted to eradicating any
    odor that isn't socially acceptable.

    Figaro
     
    Figaro, Apr 12, 2004
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  5. "John Navas" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > At least it doesn't smell like urine like NYC but the least

    Parisians
    > could do is clean up their own city. You can smell it everywhere

    even
    > in the tourist areas.


    I don't know John Navas, John Navas isn't a friend of mine, I haven't
    served with John Navas - but whoever you are, you are not John Navas.
     
    Peter A. Stavrakoglou, Apr 12, 2004
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  6. John Navas

    Malev Guest

    [ idiots - please killfile ] >>>>> Why does Paris smell like armpits?

    On Mon, 12 Apr 2004 22:48:01 GMT, "Peter A. Stavrakoglou" <>
    wrote:

    >"John Navas" <> wrote in message
    >news:...
     
    Malev, Apr 12, 2004
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  7. John Navas

    Roedy Green Guest

    On 12 Apr 2004 14:52:19 -0700, (John Navas)
    wrote or quoted :

    >At least it doesn't smell like urine like NYC but the least Parisians
    >could do is clean up their own city. You can smell it everywhere even
    >in the tourist areas.


    The smell of armpits becomes noticeable once the stench of blood is
    removed.

    I kind of like the smell myself, but then I'm gay.

    --
    Canadian Mind Products, Roedy Green.
    Coaching, problem solving, economical contract programming.
    See http://mindprod.com/jgloss/jgloss.html for The Java Glossary.
     
    Roedy Green, Apr 13, 2004
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  8. John Navas

    Slowburn Guest

    In article <B0Fec.14536$>
    "Peter A. Stavrakoglou" <> wrote:
    >
    > "John Navas" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    > > At least it doesn't smell like urine like NYC but the least

    > Parisians
    > > could do is clean up their own city. You can smell it everywhere

    > even
    > > in the tourist areas.

    >
    > I don't know John Navas, John Navas isn't a friend of mine, I haven't
    > served with John Navas - but whoever you are, you are not John Navas.
    >


    **** off & stop cross-posting, you fucking TROLLS!

    Scum.

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    Slowburn, Apr 13, 2004
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  9. John Navas

    Euro Guest

    "John Navas" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > At least it doesn't smell like urine like NYC but the least Parisians
    > could do is clean up their own city. You can smell it everywhere even
    > in the tourist areas.


    Maybe it comes from the tourists then.

    Euro
     
    Euro, Apr 13, 2004
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  10. John Navas

    anthonyberet Guest

    John Navas wrote:
    > At least it doesn't smell like urine like NYC but the least Parisians
    > could do is clean up their own city. You can smell it everywhere even
    > in the tourist areas.


    Are you sure it wasn't one of your own armpits that you could smell?
     
    anthonyberet, Apr 13, 2004
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  11. John Navas

    Bruce Morgen Guest

    Roedy Green <> wrote:

    >On 12 Apr 2004 14:52:19 -0700, (John Navas)
    >wrote or quoted :
    >
    >>At least it doesn't smell like urine like NYC but the least Parisians
    >>could do is clean up their own city. You can smell it everywhere even
    >>in the tourist areas.

    >
    >The smell of armpits becomes noticeable once the stench of blood is
    >removed.
    >
    >I kind of like the smell myself, but then I'm gay.


    I'll tell you a(n open)
    secret, Roedy, women and
    straight men like it too --
    it's part of our genetic
    makeup that 20th-21st
    century commercialism has
    tried to talk us out of,
    but chromosomes aren't that
    easily convinced. Imo stay
    reasonably clean and you'll
    smell fine -- iow sweat
    doesn't smell bad unless it
    gets old and germ-ridden,
    it just smells human.

    Btw, thank you for the PC
    utilities you've given
    away over the years -- I
    still use that CMOS tester
    and restorer of yours in
    the autoexec of my Win9x
    boxes. I've also somehow
    managed to abide by your
    stipulation and haven't
    shared them with the
    military!



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  12. John Navas

    kp Guest

    On 12-Apr-2004, Figaro <> wrote:

    > Maybe it's because the French don't have our paranoid fear/ hatred of
    > anything that isn't squeaky clean, germ free, or sweet smelling. Maybe
    > it's
    > because the French are too adult and too realistic to demand that
    > everything
    > in life must either smell good or not smell at all. Or, maybe they don't
    > watch enough of those relentless TV commercials devoted to eradicating any
    > odor that isn't socially acceptable.


    Maybe it's 'cause they're pigs.

    ~kp
     
    kp, Apr 13, 2004
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  13. John Navas

    TPS Guest

    I've only been to Paris in fall in winter, when it smells like roasting
    chestnuts from sidewalk vendors.
    They smell lovely - better than they taste.

    And I've heard they're doing something about the dog shit...


    "John Navas" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > At least it doesn't smell like urine like NYC but the least Parisians
    > could do is clean up their own city. You can smell it everywhere even
    > in the tourist areas.
     
    TPS, Apr 13, 2004
    #13
  14. John Navas

    Marc Mulay Guest

    How damned cosmo! ack ack ack ack

    TPS wrote:

    > I've only been to Paris in fall in winter, when it smells like roasting
    > chestnuts from sidewalk vendors.
    > They smell lovely - better than they taste.
    >
    > And I've heard they're doing something about the dog shit...
    >
    > "John Navas" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    > > At least it doesn't smell like urine like NYC but the least Parisians
    > > could do is clean up their own city. You can smell it everywhere even
    > > in the tourist areas.
     
    Marc Mulay, Apr 13, 2004
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  15. John Navas

    Roedy Green Guest

    On Mon, 12 Apr 2004 20:12:28 -0400, Bruce Morgen <>
    wrote or quoted :

    > I've also somehow
    >managed to abide by your
    >stipulation and haven't
    >shared them with the
    >military!


    I have driven them nuts with that over the years. They just can't
    believe I would refuse to sell my code to them for any amount of
    money. The FAA used one of my programs for distributing software to
    all the airports. This was in the days before the internet. I
    suppose it was partly military, but only secondarily.

    --
    Canadian Mind Products, Roedy Green.
    Coaching, problem solving, economical contract programming.
    See http://mindprod.com/jgloss/jgloss.html for The Java Glossary.
     
    Roedy Green, Apr 13, 2004
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  16. John Navas

    Lord Valve Guest

    Figaro wrote:

    > On 12 Apr 2004 14:52:19 -0700, (John Navas) wrote:
    >
    > >At least it doesn't smell like urine like NYC but the least Parisians
    > >could do is clean up their own city. You can smell it everywhere even
    > >in the tourist areas.

    >
    > Maybe it's because the French don't have our paranoid fear/ hatred of
    > anything that isn't squeaky clean, germ free, or sweet smelling. Maybe it's
    > because the French are too adult and too realistic to demand that everything
    > in life must either smell good or not smell at all. Or, maybe they don't
    > watch enough of those relentless TV commercials devoted to eradicating any
    > odor that isn't socially acceptable.
    >
    > Figaro



    Information-dense translation: "Frogs stink."

    Lord Valve
    American
     
    Lord Valve, Apr 13, 2004
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  17. John Navas

    El Kabong Guest

    "John Navas" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > At least it doesn't smell like urine like NYC but the least Parisians
    > could do is clean up their own city. You can smell it everywhere even
    > in the tourist areas.


    Guess you've never seen the film, "Killing Zoe."

    Excerpt from the screenplay:

    ZED
    Sometimes you just need honesty...and
    security.

    ERIC
    I don't understand. Anyway, it's too
    late. Get dressed, let's go out and meet
    the boys.

    ZED
    Okay, let me take a shower.

    ERIC
    No, in Paris it's good to smell like
    you've been fucking. It will make them
    respect you.

    ZED
    Oh.
     
    El Kabong, Apr 14, 2004
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  18. John Navas

    zootwoman Guest

    "El Kabong" <> wrote in message news:<M0dfc.42830$>...
    > "John Navas" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    > > At least it doesn't smell like urine like NYC but the least Parisians
    > > could do is clean up their own city. You can smell it everywhere even
    > > in the tourist areas.

    >
    > Guess you've never seen the film, "Killing Zoe."
    >
    > Excerpt from the screenplay:
    >
    > ZED
    > Sometimes you just need honesty...and
    > security.
    >
    > ERIC
    > I don't understand. Anyway, it's too
    > late. Get dressed, let's go out and meet
    > the boys.
    >
    > ZED
    > Okay, let me take a shower.
    >
    > ERIC
    > No, in Paris it's good to smell like
    > you've been fucking. It will make them
    > respect you.
    >
    > ZED
    > Oh.

    FOR GAYS:
    The armpits are a sensitive zone, all right. If a bit of tickle
    torture's what you're after, some guys' pits are excruciatingly
    ticklish. Others, though, find their own to be a pleasure-producing
    erogenous zone, just aching to be caressed and soaked with spit.
    And, when it comes to other people's pits, many a man has gotten faint
    with desire when Mr. Right raises his left arm. There's the sight of
    hair, and the smell of sweat, and some fellows can't get enough.

    "The riper the better," one pit pig enthuses. "Whoever invented
    deodorant should be put in jail." And certainly a well-scented
    underarm, brimming with lust-producing pheromones and reeking of male
    sweat, can be a powerful crotch-stiffener. "I could bury my face in
    there and snuffle around for hours,"says the pit pig. "And then,
    afterwards, to smell him on my face? Yummy." Tastes vary, of course;
    some prefer recently-washed mildness, others the hardcore tang of "I
    haven't changed my T-shirt in days." Speaking of which, a man's
    stained and smelly undershirt can drive some pit fans over the brink.

    FOR HETEROS:
    Ugly men, historically, have worked a little harder to attract the
    opposite sex, whether it be by amassing great wealth and taking over
    entire countries, or picking up a guitar and insisting on becoming a
    rock star.

    Whatever an ugly man's methods to woo the ladies, the primary obstacle
    here, as always, is still the ugliness. But now, dog-faced men can
    increase their sex appeal without wealth, surgery or exercise.
    According to a British survey, all they have to do to get the girls is
    wear tank tops and show off their sweaty armpits.

    A study released last week at a University of Northumbria conference
    confirms that women find ugly men more attractive if they can smell
    the natural pheromones emanating from a man's armpit.


    For those of you with a scientific bent read a review of the book The
    Scent of Eros: Mysteries of Odor in Human Sexuality
    By James Vaughn Kohl and Robert T. Francoeur
    http://human-nature.com/nibbs/03/kohl.html

    While odours are seen as important in many species, humans are
    believed to rely more on their superior visual skills and linguistic
    abilities. As a result of this, research on the role that odours could
    play in human social behaviour has been relatively neglected compared
    to studies on other sensory inputs, particularly vision. In recent
    years however, there has been considerable speculation over the role
    that odours may play in human behaviour.

    While this doesn't give guys permission to toss away the deodorant and
    start presenting their underarms to every girl they see walking down
    the street, it does reinforce the growing evidence that, in both
    humans and animals, such chemicals play a subtle role in sexual
    attraction. (For instance, Swedish research shows that men are more
    attracted to women if they are exposed to female pheromones.)

    The British study also revealed that women were particularly
    susceptible to underarm pheromones if they were not taking the oral
    contraceptive pill and were in the middle of their menstrual cycle. In
    other words, women on the pill could be missing out on the exciting
    allure of an ugly man's pits.

    One area I found to be particularly engaging was the author's
    consideration of sexual orientation. In addition to giving some
    consideration to the biological basis of human homosexuality,
    reviewing the classic papers by the likes of LeVay (1991) and Hamer et
    al (1993), there is also some discussion of how pheromones may play a
    role in the origins of same-sex behaviour. The authors draw upon
    animal studies (Bakker et al, 1996) demonstrating that if a male's
    ability to distinguish between the sexes, using odour, is disrupted,
    this leads to the development of "bi-sexual behaviour" later in life
    (p 291). It is then suggested that this same process could be applied
    to humans (especially in males), to explain the range of sexual
    behaviours that we demonstrate. Though this issue is perhaps better
    explored by Kohl in some of his more academic papers (Kohl, 2002), the
    basic idea is that higher levels of oestrogens among homosexual males
    during development could result in an atypical reaction to the
    olfactory cues of females, which would in turn alter the neural and
    hormonal processes associated with attraction and reproduction.
     
    zootwoman, Apr 15, 2004
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  19. John Navas

    Marc Mulay Guest

    Good GOD.

    To think, I play guitar, compose, write, record and gear tinker for the honest joy and love of music...

    Pass the Ban roll on.

    Vomit.


    >
    > FOR GAYS:
    > The armpits are a sensitive zone, all right. If a bit of tickle
    > torture's what you're after, some guys' pits are excruciatingly
    > ticklish. Others, though, find their own to be a pleasure-producing
    > erogenous zone, just aching to be caressed and soaked with spit.
    > And, when it comes to other people's pits, many a man has gotten faint
    > with desire when Mr. Right raises his left arm. There's the sight of
    > hair, and the smell of sweat, and some fellows can't get enough.
    >
    > "The riper the better," one pit pig enthuses. "Whoever invented
    > deodorant should be put in jail." And certainly a well-scented
    > underarm, brimming with lust-producing pheromones and reeking of male
    > sweat, can be a powerful crotch-stiffener. "I could bury my face in
    > there and snuffle around for hours,"says the pit pig. "And then,
    > afterwards, to smell him on my face? Yummy." Tastes vary, of course;
    > some prefer recently-washed mildness, others the hardcore tang of "I
    > haven't changed my T-shirt in days." Speaking of which, a man's
    > stained and smelly undershirt can drive some pit fans over the brink.
    >
    > FOR HETEROS:
    > Ugly men, historically, have worked a little harder to attract the
    > opposite sex, whether it be by amassing great wealth and taking over
    > entire countries, or picking up a guitar and insisting on becoming a
    > rock star.
    >
    > Whatever an ugly man's methods to woo the ladies, the primary obstacle
    > here, as always, is still the ugliness. But now, dog-faced men can
    > increase their sex appeal without wealth, surgery or exercise.
    > According to a British survey, all they have to do to get the girls is
    > wear tank tops and show off their sweaty armpits.
    >
    > A study released last week at a University of Northumbria conference
    > confirms that women find ugly men more attractive if they can smell
    > the natural pheromones emanating from a man's armpit.
    >
    >
    > For those of you with a scientific bent read a review of the book The
    > Scent of Eros: Mysteries of Odor in Human Sexuality
    > By James Vaughn Kohl and Robert T. Francoeur
    > http://human-nature.com/nibbs/03/kohl.html
    >
    > While odours are seen as important in many species, humans are
    > believed to rely more on their superior visual skills and linguistic
    > abilities. As a result of this, research on the role that odours could
    > play in human social behaviour has been relatively neglected compared
    > to studies on other sensory inputs, particularly vision. In recent
    > years however, there has been considerable speculation over the role
    > that odours may play in human behaviour.
    >
    > While this doesn't give guys permission to toss away the deodorant and
    > start presenting their underarms to every girl they see walking down
    > the street, it does reinforce the growing evidence that, in both
    > humans and animals, such chemicals play a subtle role in sexual
    > attraction. (For instance, Swedish research shows that men are more
    > attracted to women if they are exposed to female pheromones.)
    >
    > The British study also revealed that women were particularly
    > susceptible to underarm pheromones if they were not taking the oral
    > contraceptive pill and were in the middle of their menstrual cycle. In
    > other words, women on the pill could be missing out on the exciting
    > allure of an ugly man's pits.
    >
    > One area I found to be particularly engaging was the author's
    > consideration of sexual orientation. In addition to giving some
    > consideration to the biological basis of human homosexuality,
    > reviewing the classic papers by the likes of LeVay (1991) and Hamer et
    > al (1993), there is also some discussion of how pheromones may play a
    > role in the origins of same-sex behaviour. The authors draw upon
    > animal studies (Bakker et al, 1996) demonstrating that if a male's
    > ability to distinguish between the sexes, using odour, is disrupted,
    > this leads to the development of "bi-sexual behaviour" later in life
    > (p 291). It is then suggested that this same process could be applied
    > to humans (especially in males), to explain the range of sexual
    > behaviours that we demonstrate. Though this issue is perhaps better
    > explored by Kohl in some of his more academic papers (Kohl, 2002), the
    > basic idea is that higher levels of oestrogens among homosexual males
    > during development could result in an atypical reaction to the
    > olfactory cues of females, which would in turn alter the neural and
    > hormonal processes associated with attraction and reproduction.
     
    Marc Mulay, Apr 15, 2004
    #19
  20. John Navas

    El Kabong Guest

    "zootwoman" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > "El Kabong" <> wrote in message

    news:<M0dfc.42830$>...
    > > "John Navas" <> wrote in message
    > > news:...
    > > > At least it doesn't smell like urine like NYC but the least Parisians
    > > > could do is clean up their own city. You can smell it everywhere even
    > > > in the tourist areas.

    > >
    > > Guess you've never seen the film, "Killing Zoe."
    > >
    > > Excerpt from the screenplay:
    > >
    > > ZED
    > > Sometimes you just need honesty...and
    > > security.
    > >
    > > ERIC
    > > I don't understand. Anyway, it's too
    > > late. Get dressed, let's go out and meet
    > > the boys.
    > >
    > > ZED
    > > Okay, let me take a shower.
    > >
    > > ERIC
    > > No, in Paris it's good to smell like
    > > you've been fucking. It will make them
    > > respect you.
    > >
    > > ZED
    > > Oh.

    > FOR GAYS:
    > The armpits are a sensitive zone, all right. If a bit of tickle
    > torture's what you're after, some guys' pits are excruciatingly
    > ticklish. Others, though, find their own to be a pleasure-producing
    > erogenous zone, just aching to be caressed and soaked with spit.
    > And, when it comes to other people's pits, many a man has gotten faint
    > with desire when Mr. Right raises his left arm. There's the sight of
    > hair, and the smell of sweat, and some fellows can't get enough.
    >
    > "The riper the better," one pit pig enthuses. "Whoever invented
    > deodorant should be put in jail." And certainly a well-scented
    > underarm, brimming with lust-producing pheromones and reeking of male
    > sweat, can be a powerful crotch-stiffener. "I could bury my face in
    > there and snuffle around for hours,"says the pit pig. "And then,
    > afterwards, to smell him on my face? Yummy." Tastes vary, of course;
    > some prefer recently-washed mildness, others the hardcore tang of "I
    > haven't changed my T-shirt in days." Speaking of which, a man's
    > stained and smelly undershirt can drive some pit fans over the brink.
    >
    > FOR HETEROS:
    > Ugly men, historically, have worked a little harder to attract the
    > opposite sex, whether it be by amassing great wealth and taking over
    > entire countries, or picking up a guitar and insisting on becoming a
    > rock star.
    >
    > Whatever an ugly man's methods to woo the ladies, the primary obstacle
    > here, as always, is still the ugliness. But now, dog-faced men can
    > increase their sex appeal without wealth, surgery or exercise.
    > According to a British survey, all they have to do to get the girls is
    > wear tank tops and show off their sweaty armpits.
    >
    > A study released last week at a University of Northumbria conference
    > confirms that women find ugly men more attractive if they can smell
    > the natural pheromones emanating from a man's armpit.
    >
    >
    > For those of you with a scientific bent read a review of the book The
    > Scent of Eros: Mysteries of Odor in Human Sexuality
    > By James Vaughn Kohl and Robert T. Francoeur
    > http://human-nature.com/nibbs/03/kohl.html
    >
    > While odours are seen as important in many species, humans are
    > believed to rely more on their superior visual skills and linguistic
    > abilities. As a result of this, research on the role that odours could
    > play in human social behaviour has been relatively neglected compared
    > to studies on other sensory inputs, particularly vision. In recent
    > years however, there has been considerable speculation over the role
    > that odours may play in human behaviour.
    >
    > While this doesn't give guys permission to toss away the deodorant and
    > start presenting their underarms to every girl they see walking down
    > the street, it does reinforce the growing evidence that, in both
    > humans and animals, such chemicals play a subtle role in sexual
    > attraction. (For instance, Swedish research shows that men are more
    > attracted to women if they are exposed to female pheromones.)
    >
    > The British study also revealed that women were particularly
    > susceptible to underarm pheromones if they were not taking the oral
    > contraceptive pill and were in the middle of their menstrual cycle. In
    > other words, women on the pill could be missing out on the exciting
    > allure of an ugly man's pits.


    I've developed my own theory, but first let me address the thing women have
    for male's armpit scent - I think it reminds them of their father and the
    security
    they had from a good, strong and kind father.
    Regarding pheromones, from what I've observed is women can smell
    and tell if a guy's been getting laid and they seem to get sexually aroused
    from it. After all, they can smell a women's pheromones on him and are
    attracted not only because he's not on the prowl since he's content
    from a big lovemaking session, but women also admire someone who IS getting
    laid.
    Therefore, instead of a male buying male pheromones to attract women, the
    male should buy and
    apply female pheromones to attract women. It makes sense to me, even though
    it's not my style to even wear cologne ( I use health food store toner for
    an after-shave
    and deodorant for armpits - no need for anyone to be blocking their sweat
    pores with an antiperspirant)
    and it's just a theory.

    Kabong!~!~!~!


    > One area I found to be particularly engaging was the author's
    > consideration of sexual orientation. In addition to giving some
    > consideration to the biological basis of human homosexuality,
    > reviewing the classic papers by the likes of LeVay (1991) and Hamer et
    > al (1993), there is also some discussion of how pheromones may play a
    > role in the origins of same-sex behaviour. The authors draw upon
    > animal studies (Bakker et al, 1996) demonstrating that if a male's
    > ability to distinguish between the sexes, using odour, is disrupted,
    > this leads to the development of "bi-sexual behaviour" later in life
    > (p 291). It is then suggested that this same process could be applied
    > to humans (especially in males), to explain the range of sexual
    > behaviours that we demonstrate. Though this issue is perhaps better
    > explored by Kohl in some of his more academic papers (Kohl, 2002), the
    > basic idea is that higher levels of oestrogens among homosexual males
    > during development could result in an atypical reaction to the
    > olfactory cues of females, which would in turn alter the neural and
    > hormonal processes associated with attraction and reproduction.
     
    El Kabong, Apr 15, 2004
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