Published in L’Express in February 2021. We use it every day and yet we sometimes mistreat it. However, if we work on it, the voice can become a means of gaining self-confidence and asserting ourselves. In all situations. Cover picture: João Marinho for Unsplash.com.
Published in Sans Transition! in november 2020. Knitting while spying on trains? And why not. The agents of the Ramble network, directed by Louise de Bettignies during the First World War, used the most astute means to avoid being spotted. Cover picture: Wikipedia
Published in Urbania in August 2020. At the age of 16, Amandine had to have an abortion. It was an ordeal that left a deep impression on her and made her stronger. In this article, she confides in the first person about this painful and emotional experience. Cover picture: Manon Boquen.
Published in Urbania in July 2020. Authorized since 2011, tubal ligation remains inaccessible for many women in France. “You are going to regret it”, “you are too young”, “think of those who cannot have children”, remarks are common and judgments are always infantile. With the enlightenment of French-Canadian doctor Martin Winckler. Cover picture: Deepl.
Published in Causette in July 2020. Until 2004, in the Chinese district of Jiangyong, a rather peculiar writing system existed. The nüshu – that is its name – had indeed a particularity: it was learned and used only by women in this area of the north-west of Hong Kong. Letters of friendship, at the time […]
Published inTélérama in july 2020. It is a forum intimately linked with the universe of YouTube and disappeared in 2018. L’Originale was founded by Thomas Hercouët, creator of the pop culture show Les Nuits originales, in 2014. He brought together hundreds of fans of the show, who discussed social issues ranging from anti-racism to feminism […]
Published in Causette in may 2020. As part of a special issue of Causette on intrepid women, I wrote the portrait of two of them: Maria Spiridonova and Juana Maria. The first was a renowned Russian revolutionary at the beginning of the 20th century, the second was better known as “The Lone Woman of San […]
Published in Urbania.fr in april 2020. “My father, who never goes there, has gone shopping for fear of a shortage. He came back with a whole ham and two pounds of cheese! “The confinement allowed some men to discover the big supermarkets. This does not mean that the equal sharing of household chores has been […]
Published in Causette in april 2020. She marked the small Breton seaside resort of Saint-Lunaire: Jeanne Dedival. Nicknamed the “madwoman” by the tourists, the one who was also called the “Lady of Saint-Lunaire” had undertaken the construction of an unusual house, made of objects found just about everywhere, in the manner of artist Facteur Cheval. […]
Published in L’Express in april 2020. Who said being single means not being happy? More and more women in this situation appreciate it and claim it loud and clear. A claim that is all the stronger as it is made in a society that is still very much focused on the couple as an achievement. […]