Science Documentary hosted by Alyson Reed, published by Discovery Channel in 2010 - English narration The Science of Sex Appeal Take an up close look at how genetics, hormones and neurological factors are believed to influence our sexual attraction levels to one another.This program makes you rethink the concept of true romance, and see it in an entirely different way.The Science of Sex Appeal isolates every detail of human sex appeal and explores it in terms of its evolution and function.
What is based on sight, what on smell and what on small, subtle cues like voice and movement?
Ultimately, it takes one of our deepest subconscious processes and lays it out to us in shocking and specific detail.
You'll never look at a stranger, or your loved one, or yourself, in quite the same way again.
Well, thanks to a recent article on Bustle, we now know about Discovery Channel’s “The Science of Sex Appeal," a documentary which seeks to answer this very question.
From the relationship between symmetry and attractiveness to why it's important for women to ask questions when on a date, the documentary boasts a number of incredibly surprising facts about sex appeal.
For instance, did you know that men's bodies actually repel women for much of their menstrual cycle?Men produce a stinky hormone called androstenone that clusters at their body hair.Provides an up-close look at how genetics, hormones, and neurological factors are believed to influence viewers' sexual attraction levels to another.Viewers will rethink the concept of true romance, and see it in an entirely different way.The seemingly elusive qualities of sex appeal are examined in exhaustive detail through the lens of science in this probing documentary, which documents the evolution and function of every component of human attraction.In this study of the real science behind "chemistry," you'll learn how the subtlest sounds, sights and smells can affect sex appeal, and you'll discover how genetic, hormonal and neurological factors create sparks between people.