Is air conditioning sexist? And how might you best deal with the whiny women in your life, whether at home or at work?

A piece published on the website of Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them), the political party of which I’m the chairman, in August 2015:

[Note added 6.8.15: A Voice for Men article on this topic, just published, is here.]

Just when you thought women might be running out of things to whine about…

My thanks to a number of people for pointing us to a story about sexist air conditioning. A Sky News interview with a prime candidate for a ‘Whiny Woman of the Month’ award is here.

Last year one of our associated websites published some practical yet highly effective advice about how you might best deal with the whiny women in your life, whether at home or work – here.

Suggesting that women working in air-conditioned offices might wear something over their summer attire – oh, I don’t know, a thin jumper rather than hedge trimmings? – would, of course, be an insult to countless oppressed women over the millennia.

If office temperatures were raised to make women comfortable, it would result in men becoming uncomfortable. We’re sure women wouldn’t object if their male colleagues all removed their shirts in a bid to become more comfortable.

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