The Science of Lust

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The definition of lust is a strong sexual desire. It is a psychological force producing intense desire for an object, or circumstance fulfilling the emotion. Lust can take any form. There is lust for sexuality, love, money, or power.

Many people mistake lust for love. But what triggers lust? And how it changes your behavior? Once triggered, lust can play a huge part in your behavior. And not only sexually.

This documentary takes a look at scientific explanation of lust. What triggers lust, and how it changes our behavior.

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