Pheromone party

A pheromone party is a social event attended by singles, in an effort to find their mate through sniffing anonymous pieces of clothing.[1] The Pheromone Party concept builds on the "sweaty T-shirt experiments" performed by Claus Wedekind. The interactive developer and artist Judith Prays brought the sweaty T-shirt study to a party environment in Brooklyn in 2010. Participants in these parties are told to sleep in T-shirts for three consecutive days. Once collected, the garments are placed in individual bags for singles to smell. If a person finds the smell agreeable, they are introduced to the owner.[2]

Chemical basis of love


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  1. ^ "Smells Like Romance: L.A.'s First Pheromone Party". Los Angeles. Retrieved 6 April 2012.
  2. ^ "Singles look for love at pheromone parties". GlobalPost. Retrieved 24 June 2012.

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