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It's all attraction psychology in the brain. In that way the brain is the most $exual organ.
PrincessLadybug PrincessLadybug 16-17, F 19 Answers Dec 7, 2012 in Dating & Relationships

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It can be influenced but it can't be controlled, you are attracted to someone or not. Believe me if it were that simple I would have stopped chasing attractive woman a long time ago. Actually I would have probably stopped chasing woman altogether.

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No it's never possible but you can choose to enact on your feelings or not after distinguishing connection however.<br />
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Off course they can't .

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We're not robots.

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Interesting concept, but no we can't control it.

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People can only control how they react to those attractions.

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No. Male bodies do not arouse me at all no matter how much a man put into his attractiveness. Additionally, I might hate a person and would never have sex with her but if she has the right shape and health level my body will still respond with sexual desire. When I was young and in less control of my body, I could fantasize sex with women that I did not like. Even more extreme, in cases of rape, a woman's body can respond with sexual pleasure even though the mind is tortured at that point. The brain influences a lot, but the body can win easily as well as demonstrated by drug affects.

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No. Have you ever tried fighting an attraction to someone?? It just makes your feelings stronger!!

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Nope, we are slaves to biology... the best we can do is fight it for as long as possible

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Nope, **** just happens. Believe me, if I could choose, it wouldn't be the boy I'm going to marry!

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Not at all, and I think that is what makes people more attractive

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I don't think so

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