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Scents of change

The latest unisex fragrances are giving perfume lovers something to sniff at.
Jul 1, 2017 5:50 AM

With perfume ads and beauty counters touting scents to heighten one's femininity or masculinity, what happens when a fragrance comes along that appeals to both sexes? In fact, if a man likes a floral whiff while a woman fancies something woody, why is that an indictment of their sexuality?

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