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This group is for discussion the latest research on the female hormone, copulins. More info can be found at http://www.copulins.freeservers.com

Most couples who have been together long enough know that the female has the ability to "control" the male's behavior. Often a male's behavior becomes significantly docile to the female; at other times the male is quite dominant.

What does the female do to cause the male to become docile? There was no scientific explanation for it until the discovery of copulins.

When copulins are transmitted from female to male, a dramatic change occurs: the male's brain is completely open to the female's input. Anything a woman says to her mate becomes his own thoughts. Call it marital mind-control, brainwashing, or whatever, but copulins have proven to improve relationships dramatically.

Copulins are Mother Nature's way of creating a chemical bond between the male and female, and to even the odds between the female and the physically stronger male.

I invite you to explore the magic of copulins. Browse the main site and learn why copulins are the most powerful of hormones. Also, you can check out one of our member's pages on her experiences with copulins: http://www.geocities.com/n2crochet/index.html

Foul language or lewd behavior will not be tolerated in this group, which is for research and scientific/sociological discussion only. Members who continually engage in discussions outside of the topic of copulins will be removed.

To join our group, you MUST specify why you want to join. This will help eliminate spammers who try to join with generic "Hi, I would like to join" messages.

UPDATE: If you have questions about copulins, please post them here as I will not respond to individual questions via email.

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