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Wednesday, August 13, 2021

Birth-control pills may give a woman peace of mind, but apparently it screws up her pheromone-olfactory detection to the point where she winds up sleeping with incompatible men.

On the plus side, of course: At least she won’t compound the error by getting pregnant. It’s contraception on a biological and relationship level.

by Costa Tsiokos, Wed 08/13/2008 02:15:30 PM
Category: Science, Society, Women
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  1. Bad taste in men explained…

    Via Glenn Reynolds and Costa Tsiokos, I finally connect the dots to obtain a satisfactory explanation of why she* wasn’t that into me. * Well, at least for the one value of “she” where I know she was on the pill….

    Trackback by Signifying Nothing — 08/13/2008 @ 10:37:47 PM

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