Woman claims her scent is a love potion, 'makes men flock to her'

Perfume [Shutterstock]

When getting ready to hit the club with your closest gal pals, you're likely to spritz yourself in your favourite perfume before you dash out the door.

But one woman has a slightly different ritual she follows when prepping for a big night out.

Shan Boodram has claimed that she uses her "vaginal fluids" as her signature scent when she goes out on the town and it acts like a "love potion" causing those attracted to women to "flock" towards her.

The Sexologist has written all about it in her new book, The Game of Desire, and shared an excerpt about the bizarre trick with Refinery 29.

In the excerpt, she explains why she covers herself in her own bodily fluids.

She explains: "Vaginal fluids, especially around ovulation, but really any time you want to feel an extra boost of confidence, can serve as a love potion.

Shan Boodram claims your vaginal fluids are like a 'love potion' [Shanboody/Instagram]

"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. 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."

She goes on to teach people how - and where - to apply their own natural scent to themselves.

The first step is to wash your hands and then move your finger around in your vaginal opening.

The goal she says, is "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".

She continues to say that once you've got a good amount of wetness, you can go ahead and rub it on your neck, collarbone and wrists.

She claims wearing the fluids as a perfume makes people flock to her [Shanboody/Instagram]

Apparently this will make you smell pretty good to potential partners - unless you've got bacterial vaginosis, in which case you won't be smelling so hot.

Boodram claims that she's used the technique "countless times" over the past ten years and gets mixed results each time.

"Sometimes people are flocking to me, sometimes I don't notice a difference," she confesses.

But despite being unsure of its impact on potential dates, she knows it has a big impact on her.

"I am certain that every single time I employ it, it makes me feel like an enchanted goddess with a delicious secret," she says.


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