...I don't know what makes a scent feminine or masculine to my nose but I swear I can smell a perfume blind (don't know the brand/name etc.) and I am 95% right in appointing a gender specific quality to what I am smelling. So perhaps there's something to the feminine vs masculine distinctions in scents. For example, gas stations, gyms, mechanic shops, carpentry shops distinctly smell masculine to me. Whereas places like the kitchen, a female's vanity, most shampoos, bakeries, detergents smells, restaurants smell feminine to me. I'm not bothered by it if something smells masculine to some or not. The way I see it is that the world is made up of both the feminine and the masculine elements wrapped up together. Think Yin/Yang concept. We all have both elements wrapped up in ourselves. It would be easy to see, coming from that stand point, why gender neutrality would be valid. Some peeps see that and some peeps don't. Neither group is blind or does it have perception problems. Both ideas are very refreshing.