We knew that.
The same genes that turned on when the females were with attractive males turned off when they were with other females and vice versa.
That's swordtail fish we're talking about, but:
[Molly] Cummings and [Hans] Hofmann [of the University of Texas at Austin] suggest that the gene sets they studied could be involved in orchestrating mating responses in all vertebrates.
I have no further comment, except to wonder idly what's going on in the male brain.