Lesbians react differently to the powerful sexual chemicals called pheromones than heterosexual women do, a new Swedish study finds.
However, lesbians don't respond to pheromones in exactly the same way as heterosexual men do, said study author Dr. Ivanka Savic, an associate professor of clinical neuroscience at the Stockholm Brain Institute.
Is it possible that I just produce the wrong kind of pheromones? Can I get my scent gland removed like a ferret?
But the entire fascinating article is succinctly summarized:
The new research suggests that "female sexuality is quite different than male sexuality," he said.
And in other news, the sky is blue.