Summer can be awesome: No more heavy coats and bulky boots. The sun shines, the plants are green and the sky is blue. But if you're like me, it's hard to enjoy it while you're mopping your dripping brow with your forearm and ruining yet another blouse with copious amounts of sweat. Then: Hello heat wave.
Researchers say that compared to dudes, women need to work harder while exercising before they'll start to perspire. This means men suffer less in hot temperatures, so we should all be jealous of their talent for getting gross and sweaty.
This summer, I have a public service announcement: sweating is hot.