Tarzan gets the bigger bonus.

 The subject of women in management evokes the same stifled groans these days as feminism. Response to the latest report from the Equality and Human Rights Commission, which earnestly estimates that it will now take 55 years for women to achieve parity in the judiciary, 73 years in FTSE boardrooms, and 200 (apparently the same as it would take a snail to crawl the Great Wall of China) in Parliament, ranged from an irritated ‘yes, yes, we know it’s slow; it’s a matter of waiting for the culture to catch up’, to an equally dismissive, ‘well, we can’t help it if women make different choices, can we?’

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In Tarzan v Jane, Tarzan gets the bigger bonus by Simon Caulkin
Sunday September 14 2008 | The Observer