Woman who uses her own vagina fluids as a perfume says it makes men 'flock' to her
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Most of us wear perfume or aftershave ahead of a night out.
But one woman has revealed how she actually uses her own vaginal fluids as a perfume - and she claims it causes men to 'flock' to her.
Describing it as a 'love potion', sexologist Shan Boodram has shunned conventional perfumes for her own scent, claiming it gives her an extra boost of confidence with potential partners.
Discussing the routine in her book, The Game of Desire: 5 Surprising Secrets To Dating With Dominance - And Getting What You Want, Shan explains how she rubs her vaginal fluids on her neck, collarbone and wrists.
The sexologist explains that it's particularly effective around ovulation - but can work at anytime of the month - and can even be applied while you're out of the house.
Shan reveals it's all about confidence, explaining that if you think something will make you irresistible, then it will.
"Here's why: I'm often asked to confirm or deny the myth that eating an excessive amount of pineapple will make someone taste better during oral sex," she continued.
"My response is, if you think it makes you taste better then it absolutely works. Similarly, regardless of if vaginal pheromones truly make a person irresistible or not, the fact that you think it does, will cause you to act in a bolder, more confident manner."
Instructing others on how they can also achieve the unconventional scent, Shan explained the initial step is to collect the fluids.
Discussing the most efficient technique, Shan says women should '[move] their finger around their vaginal opening' in order to 'get a new sample from the Bartholin's glands, which are the size of a pea but play a large role in vaginal lubrication'.
Shan then advises rubbing on the neck, collarbone and wrists, which the sexologist is convinced will leave you smelling good, unless you're dealing with a case of bacterial vaginosis, in which case it's definitely not a good idea.
Shan concluded: "I've used this technique countless times in the past 10 years and have had mixed results: sometimes people are flocking to me, sometimes I don't notice a difference.
"... I am certain that every single time I employ it, it makes me feel like an enchanted goddess with a delicious secret."