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The bags are marked with numbers and labeled pink for women and blue for men.
Participants browse the shirts, take a few whiffs, and then choose the one they find most appealing.
They are photographed while they do so, and then the photographs are displayed.
Strangers then introduce themselves to each other based on who is pictured with their shirt.
Although pheromones do not give off an actual odor, the body is able to process them and create a chemical reaction in the brain. One person tweeted that this new way of biological dating is "fascinating," and another said she believes it's possible to sniff your way to love. One person said she is not sure if she should follow her heart or her nose.
The first pheromone party took place in New York in 2010.