Women are never going to get equality of recognition and pay while they allow themselves to be treated as some sort of paralympic class, necessitating a separate set of awards.
The magazine further undermines their case by including winners' quotes which read like the blurtings of a Miss World contestant (eg "men seem to be so much more confident about pushing themselves forward, whereas I'm quite shy").
I anticipate, with despair, receiving future supplements celebrating "Recognising Gays in the Built Environment", "Recognising Ethnic Minorities" etc. This is Planet Earth, 21st century isn't it?
Jim Bostock (M), 3 Allington Avenue, Lichfield, Staffs, WS13 6PF