Arch says don't pay attention to what women say, then jack says go find interviews lol. The reality is my pickup is based on scientific fact whenever possible, and only in its absence do I rely on my own large pool of experience. That beats a dudes self image of being hank moody and his own arrogance all day. I will take studies of a direct biological reaction linked to cologne than interviews or arch Stantons opinion.
You are entitled to your opinion, not your own facts.
It's not gay though. Just pointless.
Let's talk about the scientific facts then. There has only been one study done that says that vaginal walls dry up because of cologne. That study was done for a patent and only one cologne was used...Old Spice (This is the same study that Arch uses as an example of cucumbers making women wet). The other fragrances that dried women up were women's perfumes. So the grandfather of the grandfather of colognes doesn't make a woman moist.
Since then there have been plenty of studies that have shown that a lot of colognes do have the effect of turning women on, the thing is that they don't know why. Some people believe it to be pheromones and others believe that it is a Pavlov's dog type of reaction (you know...causing a dog's mouth to water because they hear a bell).
It's cool to have your own experience but others have different experiences and what you have done doesn't invalidate another person. Personally, I hardly ever wear cologne and I still get my share of women. Here's the thing...when I do on occasion wear it, I don't think there has ever been a time that I haven't been complimented on it by women.
It's funny how you guys latch onto science as proof and don't understand the result. The only thing proven here is that Old Spice doesn't turn women on as much as a cucumber.