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For starters: all scents are genderless. But since the release of CK One in 1994, which is widely considered to be the first mainstream unisex fragrance, many fragrance brands have expanded their marketing to be more gender-neutral. And in my view, degendering the beauty space is a positive step in moving away from the gender binary.