Originally Posted by CalTex
have you ever worn a womans fragrance? (serious question)
I can answer for b1os, because it's the same answer for pretty nearly all the regulars in this thread. Yes, we all wear fragrances that are marketed to women. Some of us do that more than others. For example, I think it's fair to say that rach and I wear feminines a lot, while people like Thomas and Baron and Rambo wear them much less. I think HORNS and b1os, for example, are more in the middle.
Fragrances aren't like clothes, in the sense that there's a very bright line between what is conventionally regarded as appropriate for women and what is appropriate for men. (Indeed, many older feminines would register as quite butch in today's marketplace, where women's scents tend to be very girly and sweet.) If you go to luckyscent.com, you'll see that they represent the gender of a fragrance on a continuum. I don't always agree with how they place them, but in general I think the idea of a continuum is much better than the idea of a simple binary.