You know a girl is in "heat" when..

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    You know a girl is in "heat" when..

    As in the animal kingdom, males can tell when a female is "in heat" through scents they give off etc.. What is the human equivalent of this?
    AKA when do you KNOW they wana fuck?



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    Dogs go in heat, women ovulate, but there's no conclusive study on this, but there's thousands of studies about it.

    Some things going on in a woman's day to day life - could trigger off her wanting a booty call that night, or go out to a social place, and through the night the idea of getting laid becomes more and more appealing to her the lower her inhibitions go down.

    In the animal kingdom - an animal's sense of smell is probably one of their most valuable assets to survival. Also, they produce multiple offspring, not just one (which is supposed to be the norm for humans, Octomom and Kate aren't the norm).

    We're fairly complex when t comes to sex and emotion, so there's a lot of barriers and defense mechanisms at work, including in the woman's egg, where millions of sperm are fighting each other for the one that manages to fertilize her egg. And when women ovulate, it's likely they're producing something odorless to the human nose (but not to dogs, who have a habit of smelling crotches) that attracts us.

    If someone discovers the answer, they would probably be getting the Nobel Peace Prize.

  3. Dude I am sure u took this topic to seriously

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    doesn't have a human equivalent. Humans don't have an estrual cycle.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by Licensed_ View Post
    As in the animal kingdom, males can tell when a female is "in heat" through scents they give off etc.. What is the human equivalent of this?
    AKA when do you KNOW they wana fuck?
    IOI's?

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    They've taught us that we humans are the only mammals that have "hidden heat".

    I guess we know she's NOT in heat when she's having her period... in which case nature makes it so we don't want to associate with her in the first place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunk View Post
    They've taught us that we humans are the only mammals that have "hidden heat".

    I guess we know she's NOT in heat when she's having her period... in which case nature makes it so we don't want to associate with her in the first place.
    Never thought of it like that but good point

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    Quote Originally Posted by Licensed_ View Post
    As in the animal kingdom, males can tell when a female is "in heat" through scents they give off etc.. What is the human equivalent of this?
    AKA when do you KNOW they wana fuck?
    im my expirence, the big big factor that over all shows this is during Foreplay S1. I find the HB's legs squeezing together or her legs opening wider. her breathing is heavier. she gazes deeper (doggy dinner bowl). kissing is more passionate. and above all!:

    you grab her breast, she give LMR. aka you both escalating to S2

    ironic but LMR usually means a girl is SO horny that she is afraid of the choices her body is making that she just says STOP because she knows she is .2 seconds away from fucking you.

  9. In my books Dirk is the closest to identifying the underlying answer to your question.

    While it is true that women do not have a visible cycle -- it is the general consensus that women are compelled to have sex based on their emotions. This is useful, if you can read people, very articulately, and notice when they experience even the most subtle shift in their emotions.

    Women do certain motions, or gestures that we can pick up on to see what state she is in. Just like IOI's follow as a result of you being attractive (Aka - She feels Attracted) -- there are certain gestures that women do that get them feeling aroused, or wanting to "do it".

    Now, every person having differing environmental stimulus when they were raised -- we have a load of individual people. Which means that there are individual gestures that each person uses to get themselves "In state" for feeling aroused. I beleive that is the reason there is no "universal arousal" gestures that people can read on. If you tune into those people, and pay attention to them -- you'll see the subtle shifts in their state.

    There are some physiological signs that you can pay attention to that are a byproduct of her feeling that way in the first place -- Aka -- Flushed cheeks, engorged lower lip, Dilated pupils, decelerated tonality & softer voice, Strong eye contact, closer to you than usual, ETC.

    From a practical standpoint -- the physical signs are distorted in nightclubs and when women get dolled up to go out, and makeup is designed to emulate those unconscious 'sex' triggers in males, and alcohol makes her pupils dilate anyways.

    If you're looking to be able to read those kinds of internal shifts from her, and suggest that you move to a more isolated location as soon as you see them -- instead of waiting to see when her body has followed her thoughts; you will see a good increase in the rate of sex you'll be giving her.

    It's a worthwhile skill to have.

    ==Romo

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    Most women want it more the week before their period. Also, keep in mind their most sexual organ is indeed the brain. That's what all this is about!

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