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Physiological Reasons for Attractiveness of Female Breast

DOI: 10.4236/asm.2014.42006, PP. 29-31

Keywords: Breast, Attractive, Pheromone, Semiochemical, Visual Stimuli

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In this article the possibilities of functioning of breast as an attractant to male and leading to a long lasting relation in many cases are discussed. The three mechanisms discussed are on the basis of visual stimuli, pheromone and other chemicals like sebum.


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