Face value

July 2, 2015

Disappointing that in an issue generally highlighting the inappropriateness of Sir Tim Hunt’s comments on “girls” in laboratories, Times Higher Education illustrated George Osborne and Vince Cable with their photographs, but for Theresa May…a leopard-print kitten heel (“I thought – and still believe – that what I was doing was in the interests of young people. But having so many of them so angry...”, Features, 18 June).

In the event that you should find it necessary to illustrate this letter, I enclose my own photograph.

Janis Pich
Estates and facilities, director
University of Reading

Woman's foot wearing high-heeled shoe

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