Any perfume worn by a woman
Thread: Men use women's perfume
What is women's perfume?
Any perfume worn by a woman
Same as a men's perfume is any perfume worn by a man imo
I use women's perfume. It's called Dior Homme
Red- check out the South Korean K-pop group, Girls' Generation
My son (musician) endorsed Perfume a while back as good electronica, but I didn't bother to listen to Girls' Generation after my wife's Korean friends were all recommending them. But then I listened to one of their videos just for grins, and really liked them. Hoping they come out with a 128 GB iPhone, because if I add one more musical genre, I'm gonna be in trouble.
Why not to sign a petition to ban gender discrimination of perfumes by the manufacturers? Those who agree, should raise their hands.
Personally, I like sexual dimorphism. But my cultural love for it is not for everybody, and I see no reason to force it on people against their will. I find it interesting that a lot of non-technological cultures show dimorphism in fragrance, but they also show a LOT of other cultural differences in fragrance, that can be almost shocking to Western ideals. I don't think it's impossible that a human culture could choose to have their fragrance associations break in utterly non-sexual ways, instead of by sex. I think that would be strangely beautiful, and a culture could even experiment with that idea. But sexual dimorphism is one of the first things that science discovers in primitive human cultures, so differentiating by sex is one of the first simple approaches that human cultures always seem to try. But I do tend to think that dimorphism changes in social species by some sort of natural law or design, and I am curious just how fundamental that pattern actually is.
^ But this is more about cultural mythologies, Red -- not biological or phenotypic. We're talking social scripts that are farcical at best. It's the same school of thought that dictates that boys wear blue and girls wear pink—a gesture that's laughable considering that in the past , the opposite was true. Continuing such lines of thought without at least questioning the rationality seems highly problematic.
Are flowers feminine? How? Who decided that? Are men maligned to wearing calone and chewing tobacco-flavored nightmares because to do so is somehow manly? I really don't want to have to wear calone!
Last edited by deadidol; 2nd February 2014 at 09:33 AM.
And please, someone, save me from a life sentence of ethyl maltol
If you feel a perfume suits you then your limbic system has already decided it is for you.
Last edited by lanvinelle; 2nd February 2014 at 07:56 PM.
What I wear that are feminines:
Chanel No. 19 EDP
Annick Goutal Grand Amore and Songes
YSL Opium (new version)
Jean Patou Sublime
Mariah Carey Forever
Just be confident and wear what you like
Do the answers ever really change?
Some think it strange.
Some think it not strange at all.
Some are tolerant of opposing views.
Some are rather intolerant of opposing views and just might attempt to impose their views upon others.
Simplex Sigillum Veri
It may be that English is not the OP's first language. I could be wrong but I read it that her boyfriend thinks frags, period, aren't "manly" rather than her saying it's wrong for men to wear women's frags. I know loads of blokes who wouldn't wear aftershave and don't even like perfumed deodorants for the same reason. In which case it's a personal choice. I wouldn't wear Flowerbomb, but would happily use Sycomore or Mitsouko. As others have said, if you like it, wear it and don't bother about the label.
Sea Island Cotton by Bath and Body just bought some today.
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Grow a sense of humor; that shit was funny