I read an interview with Peter Weller in which he stated that he wore Jill Sander No. 4 Body Cream for women. I thought that was far out and that it fit the Pluto/Uranus and Venus in Gemini part of my nature. I bought some and loved it. I've been wearing lots of masculine stuff most of my life, also Habit Rouge and others, but the intensely masculines always feel good on me. I haven't worn the Jill Sander in awhile since it ran out, but I still have the jar and love to smell it. I used to wear it all the time in Scottsdale, AZ. Never had any complaints from men but I'm a pretty big guy and don't have many problems with people. Most of that has to do with attitude anyway. Women always seemed to love it. Makes since I guess. I love it too and look forward to finding more of these delights. I smelled some Caron Parfum Sacre the other day and it blew me away. I took some with me on a cotton ball. It lasted for a week and was one of the most compelling things I'd ever smelled. I'll make my way back to The Perfume House in the next few days. It's amazing. They have loads of the highest quality masculines and feminines.
You're not gay if you wear women's perfume or love Brokeback Mountain. My favorite movie of the year. And if you are gay, who cares? It all boils down to what you like. There should be no resistance. Your reason for being on this planet is to have fun, to experience joy. That's it. The obstacles are mostly man-made and entirely meaningless.
It's all up to you. Your vibrations tell you what feels good and not. Go with what feels good. No one else can tell you that. Parents and others can create more cognitive dissonance within you than you could possibly accumulate in an entire lifetime.
Don't let anyone or anything stop you from feeling good. Stay connected to your SOURCE ENERGY. It's what makes the world go around.
"...The history of perfumery before this subdivision of niche was manufactured, both literally and imaginatively, is a long one, with thousands upon thousands of fragrances. The true fragrance lover takes each fragrance one at a time, and examines it preferably outside of the imaginatively manufactured categories and, in doing so, builds up a steady, informed basis for seasoned comparative judgments based on the sampling and information gathered from such sampling. This is why any one on the board who ever has anything particular interesting to say about fragrances as fragrances rather than as categorical constructs always has an abiding interest and passion for all kinds of fragrances and not just a narrow niche of fragrances. Conversely, the "niche whores," the more and more narrow their interests become, the more and more they mimic the ad copy of the very companies they worship. I know whose posts I like to read..."
“Perfume is decidedly not about two things: it isn’t about memory and it isn’t about sex. Perfume is about beauty and intellect,” .......... “A perfume is a message in a bottle—not a smell—and the message is written by the perfumer and read by the person who smells it.”