Pheromones in Animals

The male spotted hyenas will show submissive pheromones behavior when approaching the females in heat as passive males tend to have greater success in courting females than aggressive ones. What about the distinct differences between the males and females of the Asian elephants. The males have large tusks, where as females don’t.

The male elk has antlers but the female elk does not. The male expends an incredible amount of energy and resources to grow the antlers (and it takes a lot of effort to continuously carry those things on their head!) in hope to fight off other males and to attract females. Male bighorn sheep run into one another headfirst at full speed; ewes (the females) don't behave that way at all. You see, in nature, sexual dimorphism is everywhere. It’s how animals compete sexually for a better mate and become attracted to a member of the opposed sex pheromones.

It’s the differences between the sexes that creates the attraction that leads to mating (and yes, animals feel attraction/romantic love as well. J ust for shorter periods than humans do). Scientists would rarely say that animals feel attraction for one another, but naturalists often report seeing various animals (from beavers to husky dogs to elephants) express similar emotions and passions that humans express when they fall in love (feel deep attraction), during their courtship periods.


Yet, when it comes to human beings – we don’t like to mention the differences between us. We don’t like to “categorize” people. We live in a world of “political correctness”, whereby naming the differences between men and women seems wrong and taboo. Learn more at http://www.scorpus-racing.fr/thats-fine-with-natural-pheromones/ and http://www.twoofustogether.com/trust-your-pheromones/

I think everyone is unique and just generalizing about people can be a bad thing to do at times, but sometimes knowing the differences can really help us understand men and women so much better, and lead us to a blissful relationship for a lifetime. Most people simply don’t understand exactly how different men and women are. You hear people say “we’re all humans, we’re the same”. Well, yes, men and women do have similarities. For example – both men and women feel emotions, and both men and women need pretty much the same organs to survive. But, really, our wiring is very different. Anyone who has had a boy and a girl child can clearly observe these differences. And these differences are not “taught” by the environment at an early age, these differences are usually hard-wired, genetically built into boys and girls.

And they thought it was weird that all the females seemed to have parasites attached to them! Soon enough, scientists realized that these parasites were actually reduced-sized MALES of the same fish species!

We don’t have to teach boys to act like boys, for them to act like boys from a very early age. And we don’t have to teach girls to act like girls, in order for them to act like girls. So let’s look into how men and women exhibit sexual dimorphism and how they differ in terms of the physical, the emotional and the psychological…


Differences between Men and W omen Men and women are different in their physical appearance, in their biochemistry, in their brain neurology, in their mindset and in their behavior. A lot of these differences are subtle and hard to detect, yet they make a huge difference in so many areas of our lives.

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