The short answer is yes.
How? It occurs via volatile compounds released from our apocrine glands.
An odor is a volatile chemical compound that humans and other animals perceive via the sense of smell or olfaction. It turns out our ears are expert on making our noses perk up. This is how senses work coherently. Odors are also known as aromas or fragrances and (if they are unpleasant) as reeks, stenches, and stinks. The type of molecule that produces an odor is called an aroma compound or an odorant. These compounds are small, with molecular weights less than 300 Daltons, and are readily dispersed in air due to their high vapor pressure.