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Debate over whether asking a woman if she had a ‘good weekend’ is offensive

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Is it offensive to ask a woman if she had a good weekend? Apparently so.

Neil Mitchell was speaking with friends recently when a few made mention of the fact they’d been specifically told at work not to ask female colleagues whether they’d had a good weekend.

The topic divided listeners.

‘It’s insinuating a sexual weekend,’ Alina told Neil Mitchell.

‘You’ve got to be very careful.’

But others were stunned.

David said he ‘always’ told his employees – male and female – to ‘have a good weekend’ when leaving work on Friday.

‘I just thought I was being polite?’ he said.

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