ASM  Vol.4 No.2 , April 2014
Physiological Reasons for Attractiveness of Female Breast
Author(s) K. P. Skandhan*
In this article the possibilities of functioning of breast as an attractant to male and leading to a long lasting relation in many cases are discussed. The three mechanisms discussed are on the basis of visual stimuli, pheromone and other chemicals like sebum.

Cite this paper
Skandhan, K. (2014) Physiological Reasons for Attractiveness of Female Breast. Advances in Sexual Medicine, 4, 29-31. doi: 10.4236/asm.2014.42006.

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