Why are there “masculine” and “feminine” scents?

Anonymous
Scents like rain, forests, tobacco and the ocean are seen as “masculine”. Whereas scents like vanilla, berries, flowers and cake are seen as “feminine”. Is it because the aforementioned scents remind men of nature, which makes them feel brave and empowered? And as for the “feminine” scents, do they remind women of their time being gatherers, gardening, and cooking?
Why are there “masculine” and “feminine” scents?
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