Attraction to opposite sex
It is sexual chemistry, which most of us experience as an incredible and irresistible desire of tearing someone’s clothes and make wild sex or passionate love up to the last breath. The most intriguing part is that such a desire does not necessarily manifest out of nowhere, but it can start building in time. And for things to be even more challenging, we do not get to choose the one we are attracted to.
Some couples struggle to light the flame of passion in their relationship with all sorts of tricks, fantasy plays or sex toys while other couples struggle not to fall apart because one of them experience the uncontrollable attraction towards a third person.
This last observation makes us all more aware that chemistry and love are two different things as many people can love each other without feeling a powerful attraction, others lose their chemistry in time and still remain together and some people have been trying to make it work from the very beginning with no results.
What we know when we cannot control ourselves is, however, a lot different from what it actually happens with our bodies and brains. Researchers have been paying lots of attention through time on the science behind sex appeal and they have made some quite surprising discoveries.
For example, who would have pictured that the voice pitch, the face shape or even some biochemical odors are what actually make us more desirable in the eyes of the opposite sex? And who would have noticed that women are more attractive during the most fertile period of the month and make men have their blood flushed with testosterone?
Getting to the root of the problem may slack some of our sex appetite, but they call it chemistry for a very good reason: there are chemicals that the body produces and that other bodies perceive, regardless how unnoticeable they are to us. Moreover, it is also plenty of biostatistics involved in this field.
An assistant activating at University Of Nebraska medical center, Kendra Schmid, claims to have found a formula for the perfect and most appealing face shape, with the lips shape not being neglected either.
We are obviously unaware of the entire above when being attracted to someone, but does this mean there is little we can do in order to make ourselves more irresistible? Sex appeal may still be something that we can all learn and work at, as it combines looks with self-confidence and acting. So it is also about what and how you do whenever you interact with the opposite sex.
If you can’t find your words, blush in an instant, say stupid things, don’t know what to do with your hands and a few other less adorable things, chances are you will not be the sexiest person alive. And still, your body’s internal mechanisms have a last word to say. Otherwise, how can we explain the fact that some people going out for adult dating are so attracted to each other and end up so disappointed by their first sexual experiences while others who had no idea of what to expect discover how amazing a fling can be?