Some fragrances will certainly "read" more feminine and others more masculine. But that's a matter of cultural interpretation that changes a lot over time. There's a very wide range of fragrances that are perfectly wearable for men and women, including classic feminines like Chanel No. 5 and Shalimar. That said, I would feel uncomfortable wearing fragrances like Creed Spring Flower or Guerlain Champs-Elysees, which are feminine in an excessively sweet, girly way. (Just as I would feel uncomfortable wearing a purple hoodie with unicorns bejeweled onto it.) I'm wearing Womanity today!