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It’s because, generally speaking, women are more sensitive to the cold than men, and it’s biological. A woman’s body heat gets concentrated in her core to protect her vital organs for child bearing and rearing. But that means less blood flows out to her skin, limbs, fingers, and toes. So a woman’s extremities feel the chill more quickly than a man’s.