Women’s Tears Turn Men Off?
In a recent study out of Israel entitled “Human Tears Contain a Chemosignal“, researchers found evidence that tears may be sending chemical signals that influence the behavior of other people.
As reported in the New York Times, researchers ran several experiments. In all of them, they discovered that “men who sniffed drops of women’s emotional tears became less sexually aroused than when they sniffed a neutral saline solution that had been dribbled down women’s cheeks”.
However, some critics point out that the tears in this study were produced in a laboratory and that seeing someone crying with your own two eyes will produce a significantly different result than just sniffing a chemical substance.
What do you think? From your personal experience, do you find this research to be accurate?
See the video below for additional information on the study and what critics say