If showering can be a hot topic, this should work for discussion. How warm do you keep your home in winter?
Growing up ours was always toasty; I remember being shocked going to babysit at a house where it was kept much cooler. Now, as an older woman with hot flashes, I love being able to keep the house as cool as I want. I haven't even turned on the furnace yet; relying on the wood stove for warmth. Indoor temps range from high 50s to mid 60s. Last night the fire burned out and it was 56 F when I got up. My parents like mid to upper 70s so I wear short sleeves and go barefoot in their home (we are a coronavirus bubble).
I find it interesting how adaptable humans are. Those kids I babysat were perfectly comfortable in their cool home because that was normal for them. Some of it is mental for me; if it's cloudy and damp or I can hear the wind, I feel colder even inside.