With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, we asked Dr Louann Brizendine to provide her expert views on the world of James Bond; how 007 has evolved over the past decades, and how the essence of Bond has been captured in a new scent that pays homage to his raw masculinity and charming sophistication. Along our journey you will discover what makes James Bond so appealing to both men and women, and why Bond is irresistible in the dating arena. Armed with the coveted perspective of Dr Louann Brizendine, gaining the dating advantage this Valentine’s Day will be dangerously exciting for you!
James Bond: The Ultimate Male Icon
Why do men aspire to be like Bond?
For the majority of Bond fans around the world, they have grown up with his masculine sophistication and his ability and confidence to take on any challenge that comes his way. Bond has a “je ne sais quoi,” a unique attraction that appeals across time, across generations and across the sexes. His ability to apply the power of reason in difficult situations is a prominent motivation for men to admire Bond, now the fantasy of Bond is within their reach. With the launch of the James Bond 007 Fragrance Quantum, the most masculine and sophisticated fragrance for men, the hope that there is a little of Bond in all men is ignited – men can embody the essence of Bond in an instant.
How does Bond attract so many beautiful women?
Bond lives on the edge, he’s dangerously sophisticated, his confident and charming persona lets you know that you’re in for a ride. Bond does not play to conventional standards – he’s a true rule breaker and this is why women are instantly attracted to him. James Bond is a man who knows what he wants and he goes after it with extreme focus and intense determination, women can’t help but find this exciting and exhilarating. Bond’s untamed masculinity and independence are traits which women find irresistible, and his conviction to stand up for what he believes in has true aphrodisiac qualities for all women. The 007 fragrance embodies the essence of Bond in a bottle and this invigorating cologne unleashes her desire to become a Bond girl.
What are Bond’s most tempting traits?
Bond is the apex of masculinity and his magnetism lures women on a very raw and ‘primitive’ level. He represents the true, iconic male figure and what could be more attractive to women than this? Despite being a secret agent, Bond never changes who he is when it comes to women, his independence evokes a certain mysteriousness which most certainly keeps women guessing. This, along with Bond’s unwavering confidence in all areas of his life, has to be his most enticing and alluring of traits.
Why has Bond remained timeless?
The name ‘Bond’ has become synonymous with masculinity, it is his ultimate weapon and power – men aspire to be him and women desire to be with him. Although we think of Bond as the pinnacle of timeless sophistication we have seen him evolve over time. We have seen a gentler and more philosophical side to him, and it is his ability to remain relevant to both men and women which is of paramount importance to his success. Just as Bond’s sophistication and raw masculinity has evolved and is relevant in the modern world, the aromatic fougere aspect of James Bond 007 Fragrance has an ability to modernize, evolve and grow in sophistication, and that is the key to its longevity.
Why would men want to smell like Bond?
Pheromones are powerful hormonal scents that tell women whether a man is ‘hot or not.’ The James Bond Fragrance exudes masculine sophistication, passion, mystery and seduction. This new fragrance for men includes ingredients that evoke vibrant masculinity through the woody and aromatic ingredients. The scent of a man can be a key factor in sub-consciously stimulating the desires of a woman, to sweep her off her feet and draw her in with his charm and magnetism.
Thank you Dr Louann Brizendine for sharing your insight. We can see why Bond is such a hit with the ladies!
About Dr Louann Brizendine
Louann Brizendine, M.D is a best-selling author, public speaker, and media commentator who specialises in the relationship dynamics that result from the neurobiology of male and female brains. Dr. Brizendine graduated from UC, Berkeley in Neurobiology, Yale University in Medicine and Harvard Medical School in Psychiatry. She served on the faculty at Harvard Medical School before joining the faculty at the University of California, San Francisco. At UCSF, Dr. Brizendine founded the Women’s and Teen Girls’ Mood and Hormone Clinic and continues to serve as its director. Dr. Brizendine has appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show, ABC’s Good Morning America, ABC’s 20/20, NBC’s Today Show, CBS’s The Doctors, CNN’s American Morning, National Public Radio’s Weekend All Things Considered and has been featured in Newsweek, O Magazine, The San Francisco Chronicle, The New York Times Magazine, and the Los Angeles Times to name a few. Her first book, The Female Brain, was translated into 26 languages and its follow-up, The Male Brain. Both are New York Times best-sellers.