I don't really believe in gender-specific smells. Instead, I think of most of them just as marketing ploys. So, keep wearing what you like! Keep in mind that if somebody on a date with you would be turned off because you are wearing a certain scent that you love, you probably don't want to be with them anyway (it's a sign that it just isn't going to work out!!!)
I have several fragrances designed/marketed for women that I wear sometimes just because I love the scent. One of them is Marc Jacobs BLUSH, which is full of Jasmine (generally considered a very "feminine" scent), but I really am drawn to it anyway. I wouldn't wear it to a serious business meeting with conservative clients or coworkers, but I still own it and would wear it when going out. Guerlain also has some feminine marketed scents that I neverthess quite enjoy.
So, enjoy your Dzing, enjoy your Jicky. Hell, slap on some Bandit EDT or some Hermes Belami. If your date stays around past the first few minutes, then you know he/she is good to go! Skip the dessert course and just head over to the wedding chapel.