TIME -- June 19 -- When asked to sniff men's shirts back in 1995, women who were not on the Pill preferred the scent of men who had certain genes that were more dissimilar to their own. Opposites, the data suggested, really do attract. The experiment inspired the launch of GenePartner.com a Swiss company that uses genetics to predict whether two people will have chemistry. New online-dating sites, including Sense2Love.com, plan to add genetic matching. For now, for $99, you can order a kit, swab your cheek, mail it to Switzerland and get your GenePartner ID. You can then be matched with anybody in the GenePartner database.
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