Lesbians Respond Differently To “Human Pheromones,” Study Says

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: May 8, 2006   View Article

Lesbian women respond differently than straight women when exposed to suspected sexual chemicals, according to a new brain imaging study.

The finding builds on previous research that suggest that gay men responded in a way more similar to heterosexual women than heterosexual men when exposed to a synthetic chemical.

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