Woman wears juice from her privates as perfume on nights out

Woman wears juice from her privates as perfume on nights out

When it comes to heading out the front door for a night on the tiles, I'm a fairly simple man. I shower, I shave, I wear a button-up shirt and a decent pair of jeans, and I top it all off with a few sprays of aftershave. And I imagine it's a similar scenario for most women, except they may decide to exchange an aftershave with a nice perfume.

But for one woman, she's decided to shun her Chanel No. 5 for something a bit more unique, and a lot more... pungent.

Sexologist (that is a job, apparently) Shan Boodram recently revealed that instead of a few spritzes of perfume, she chooses to dab herself with her own "vagina juice". Boodram spoke out about her "delicious scent" in excerpts of her new book The Game of Desire, which aims to provide women with more control and confidence in their love lives.

Shan is all about self-confidence and self-love, which she demonstrates here while listening to excepts of her own book:

The sexologist shared snippets of her new book with Refinery29, where it was revealed how she was surprised by just how much attention her natural scene attracted - going as far as to say then people would often "flock to her".

However, Boodram was determined to prove that there was a method to her madness, and enlisted the help of three of her clients, asking each of them to see if their coplulins - the chemicals secreted by the vagina - would also "attract anyone traditionally attracted to women with vulvas" when used as a perfume.

Shan was determined to see whether or not the four women would get more attention from people in a crowded bar after they applied their "perfume".

After "successfully connecting" with two people at the bar, Shan got all the women to assemble in the bathroom half-way through the night and asked them to try her method. She wrote:

"I instructed them to wash their hands, get in a stall and then move their finger around their vaginal opening. The goal was to get a sample from the Bartholin's glands, which are the size of a pea but play a large role in vaginal lubrication".

Boodram then asked her subjects to apply "a good amount of wetness" on their pulse points and around their neck and collarbone. At this point, one of the women complained that she felt "sticky".

Sadly, the other three ladies didn't see any success with their own scents. (Although, Shan mentions that one of her friends buried her face in her neck just minutes after she applied her natural scent after having a bit too much to drink.)

Nevertheless, Shan stands by her theory, saying that none of the women wanted to wash off their "perfume" at the end of the night, and that women who apply their own "juices" act in a "bolder, more confident manner" - which, in turn, is a more attractive trait.

To conclude her experiment, Boodram writes: "I am certain that every single time I employ it, it makes me feel like an enchanted goddess with a delicious scent..."

So... is this something you're willing to try on your next night out?