Well, it is supposed to be moist in natural conditions, and smegma is a normal secretion that accumulates depending on the person, how much the area is left alone and not flushed with urine and water.Otherwise, mostly to the Original Poster: cock smell, too, is normal. Within certain limits, anyway. If it has become more pronounced lately, it is likely that there’s a minor imbalance of the local flora involved, typically an overabundance of fungus (which, like bacteria, normally live on your surface). Anti-bacterial soaps with no anti-fungal effects will only mess up the balance even more. Better try an anti-fungal cream (such as Canesten) or — and I know it’s a really weird idea on first sight — a live flora yoghurt applied on the glans if you’re really concerned. My bet is, that if you don’t have any other symptoms such as itchiness, unusual reddish colour on the skin or the glans, and so on, you’re just perfectly fine.