Men, if you want men only sessions then demand it on its own merits. Do not do it just because women have it or don't try to get rid of women's hour.
Also sometimes sacrifices have to made in a society if everyone wants to be happy If they did have an extra pool then I would say open that one to the one gender but if they don't then c'est la vie and I would urge men to stand up for their swimming rights which is so so important to them.. or do they care more about making women more uncomfortable? hm we will never know.
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Is this sexist to have women only times in swimming pools? watch
- 29-02-2016 16:04
- 29-02-2016 16:42
Spoiler:ShowNot srs, I'm joking. #banter
In answer to your question, Yes.Tagged:
(Original post by Gjaykay)
- 29-02-2016 22:01
Yeah I dunno who that is or what any of that means.
Guessing it was meant to be an insult though, right?
Ps. Its not sarcasm either