"It belonged, he knew-he remembered-as she pulled him down, to the meat, the flesh the cowboys mocked. Its was a vast thing, beyond knowing, a sea of information coded in spiral and pheromone, infinite intricacy that only the body, in its strong blind way, could ever read."


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Humans like butterflies moths and rats secret a pheromone chemical that effects the physiology of the opposite sex.


Pheromones may also emit information about species and genotype which could mean that our cells talk to one another while our bodies are having sex.