In the last several years I’ve noticed a steady increase in a certain type of sexual stimulation known as the smoking fetish. The question I posed to myself was of a different nature. What does olfactory stimulation, or the sense of smell, as related to exhaled cigarette IGET Hot Flavours, have to do with sexual excitement?
For thousands of years it has been known that the sense of smell can stimulate sexual response in human beings and other animals. Pheromones are chemical molecules secreted and fit specifically at olfactory receptor sites at locations in the nasal canal. These receptor sites, in turn, send signals to the brain. These signals usually cause a sexual stimulatory response in the opposite sex, and attraction occurs.
Millions of dollars are spent producing perfumes, colognes, and other various fragrances in the attempt to cause one human to attract another through the sense of smell. If the opposite sex likes the smell, an attraction can occur. This attraction, in turn, eventually leads to some form of sexual attraction. The long-term goal of the sexual attraction, of course, is to influence that person into some sexual encounter.
There has been scores of scientific studies researching the effects of pheromones and fragrances, that cause sexual attraction between humans. I don’t know if it is so much new, or just recently discovered. But there exists a smell that causes very strong sexual responses. At least in some people. Perhaps many people. This olfactory response, or smell, is simply the smell of exhaled cigarette smoke.
All you have to do is conduct a search on the Internet of smoke fetishes, and you’ll find millions of web sites related to the subject of smoking and sexual excitement. I wanted to know why, and why the smell of smoke is so sexually exciting to many, with the increasing political incorrectness associated with it.