No, I just have a system that works. You can call it "extreme" but it's just one of many systems.
I personally loathe perfume on men and women. That's a personal preference and not really extreme. Many people feel the same way. I do feel that applying "scent" or fragrance is a feminine act, just like too much shopping, or gossiping. These are not "bad" things, just feminine things. If you do too many of these acts, you lose masculinity (which, IMHO has happened to many of today's men).
Your actions, day to day, define who you are, no matter how small.
I said in the beginning that it's a personal preference. Just because YOU and some other people feel it's feminine doesn't make it feminine. Just like when people thought the world was flat didn't make the world flat.
Posting peer reviewed studies isn't that odd. It's just part of my science-based system. Polarity is incredibly important to attracting, and keeping hot women. The more things you do like a woman, the less the polarity.
Posting peer reviewed studies is one thing. Understanding the results is what you seem to have a hard time comprehending(just to warn you...this may be a topic that you want to avoid). The link you posted here had absolutely nothing to do with the topic at hand.
Nope, that has never happened. But some women do ask, after a few romps, why I don't wear any. I say "I'm a man, baby."
Rhetorical statement with an ego driven response.