Women are using their vaginal scents to attract male partners as part of a bizarre trend that is sweeping across the globe.
Also known as vabbing to vagina dabbing, the technique involves ladies collecting juices from their private parts and applying the ‘homemade’ perfume on their wrists, necks, and behind their ears.
Though it sounds gruesome and repulsive to many, the practice is swiftly gaining popularity with hundreds of women speaking out about their experiences on social media platforms such as TikTok.
“I am certain that every single time I employ it, it makes me feel like an enchanted goddess with a delicious secret,” s*x expert Shan Boodram previously wrote in her book as she introduced the term vabbing.
The bizarre practice, however, didn’t go viral until Mandy Lee’s vabbing video racked up thousands of views on TikTok.
“I swear if you vab, you will attract people, like a date, a one-night stand. Or you’ll just get free drinks all night,” she said. “Elle Woods should have been teaching vabbing instead of the bend and snap.”
People were quick to try out the technique themselves with many claiming it helped them with their love life.
“I have done this for years and it works every single time, men go crazy for the scent,” one woman insisted.
“I don’t know of any scientific research about this. I DO know about a friend that told us maybe 20 years ago that she did this and fun fact, she has never been single unless it was by choice. That’s all the science I need,” another claimed.
The question, however, remains. Does it actually work?
According to Scientific American, researchers have been looking into potential links between pheromones – which can be found in vaginal discharge – and attractions in human beings for several decades.
Despite decades of research, there is still no evident proof that vabbing works even though experts confirmed that “scientists have had some success in demonstrating that exposure to body odor can elicit responses in other humans.”
“There is no evidence of a consistent and strong behavioral response to any human-produced chemical cue,” they explained.
Dismissing the idea were several other experts including evolutionary biology professor Mark Elgar of the University of Melbourne.
“I think the whole idea of vabbing is hilarious, and I hope no one takes it too seriously,” he said in an interview with ABC.
“If you’re going to look at it from a biological perspective, you don’t need to do any of this stuff. It’s the boys that should be dancing in front of you, telling you how great they are.
“As females, you’re the ones making the choices.”
Meanwhile, some experts refused to take either side as they suggested that if nothing else, vabbing may help women perform better in the dating scene simply by boosting their confidence as part of a placebo effect.
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