I like the way you bring out the discussions and how you coolly handle them presenting your point of view.
I have been testing several "women's" fragrances lately and I've found that, first, in general and from the samples I've tried, women's fragrances seem to be better made then men's. I have even ordered two of them that I particularly enjoyed on my skin--Black Cashmere and Mitsouko. I have also rejected several men's scents which I felt were "too feminine." That being said, I do find that I have likes and dislikes based on whether the scents are too "feminine" or not--I don't know if I was brain washed by society's standards or if those likes and dislikes are "natural" to me, but what's the difference? I feel what I feel! And as long as I'm not judging others by my personal prejudices, it's completely, one hunderd percent my business and no one else's.