Hey, this is a great topic!! That list was hilarious. I loved the girls don't hike because our periods would attract bears, LMAO!
Yup, I use the men's shave cream, razors & deodorant -- all better and available in unscented, yippee! I like the T-shirts for them, too, because they are a better quality for the price, same with socks and pajama bottoms (such as the flannel ones I have on right now)! And for the same reason (better quality & function for the price), I have a men's winter coat, winter boots, gloves, etc., as well as men's gardening gear such as boots, rain gear & anti-bug netting clothes. I also love a lot of the "men's" scents in toiletries! I use soaps, bath gels, etc. that are for men, too. I often prefer their smell to the sickly sweet or fruity women's stuff. Heck, growing up and until I was in my late 20's, I always got my hair cut at the barber shop! All I needed was a trim and they could cut a straight line and didn't charge too much. Plus, they didn't have a bunch of toxic, smelly chemicals wafting through the air! I tend to instantly resist gender specific marketing for items that have nothing to do with gender, call me crazy! I also figure it's an automatic increase in price while the quality declines when they make it "for women" Look out, next we'll have men's vs women's toothpaste, toilet paper, Chapstick and gum, lol. How ridiculous! (They do a similar price markup when an item is marketed for pets or gardening. If you find it in a different section, even made by the same manufacturer, the product will be cheaper. )