“Rihancois,” they’re called. READ MORE »
“Rihancois,” they’re called. READ MORE »
Although the court’s ruling applies just to Villeneuve-Loubet, most advocates expect it to serve as precedent for the 30 other small towns where mayors decided to tell women what they can and cannot wear to the beach. READ MORE »
If only men of my generation had one. READ MORE »
Although nothing can undo the lives taken by the third major terrorist attack in France in the last 19 months, there are some ways — big and small — to help. READ MORE »
On the east side of Paris, the Babayagas are trying out communal, female-only, senior living. No arts and crafts allowed (unless they want to do arts and crafts, that is). READ MORE »
The most famous madame in France—who JFK reportedly once asked for a prostitute that looked like his wife “but hot”—died Saturday at the age of 92, the New York Times reports. Fernande Grudet—more commonly known as Madame Claude—ran a high-class call-girl ring catering to the rich and famous in the 1960s and 1970s in Paris. READ MORE »
France is putting an end to unhealthy models and unrealistic body images with a new law. The country now requires models to receive a doctor’s approval on their health before they can work. In addition, the law requires magazines to note when an ad or photo has been touched up.
Those who don’t follow the… READ MORE »
Russia is improving its relations with France by sending an Alsatian puppy to them named Dobrynya in a gesture of solidarity after the beloved Parisian police dog Diesel, a Belgian Shepherd, was killed in a raid north of Paris last Wednesday after terror attacks rattled the city and the whole country of France.
The puppy is named… READ MORE »
I’ve been spending the last few days reading essays that were published after 9/11, thinking about how deep the rift in my life is, between my childhood until September 11, 2001, and my adolescence and adulthood after. I’ve been wondering what life is going to be like for French kids, now, because I know how… READ MORE »
When the news broke on Friday that Paris had been attacked, I was at a friend’s house. I kept reciting the numbers to him: two explosions, 35 dead, hostages taken. Three explosions, 60 dead, 50 hostages taken. Then 100 hostages taken. Another attack at a mall. And on, and on.
His reaction was,… READ MORE »
After Friday night’s terrorist attacks in Paris which left 128 dead and 200 injured, French president Francois Hollande vowed to retaliate with a “merciless” response to the deadliest attacks on their soil since World War II.
The terrorist group responsible for the attacks are ISIS, or the Islamic State of Iraq and the… READ MORE »
This post is being updated as more information becomes available. Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone in Paris and the people of France. READ MORE »
The artist Banksy has always been a controversial provocateur, but in this case, he’s getting down to business and truly trying to do good.
A French court decided this week that a 64-year-old plaintiff had the right to be legally recognized as gender-neutral. The individual, whose name has not been released, identifies as intersex (has genitalia that are neither strictly male nor strictly female), but was forced to perform a masculine identity their entire life.
The court… READ MORE »
Thank you France, for rejecting douchebag Julian Assange’s plea to come to your country for asylum.
The Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange is currently in holding at the Ecuadorian embassy in London awaiting a trial by Swedish authorities for allegations of sex crimes by two women—one of rape and the other of sexual assault. READ MORE »
A House committee voted to overturn a new Washington D.C. law that would have banned employment discrimination based on reproductive health decisions like using IVF, having an abortion, or even using birth control. READ MORE »
Following in Spain, Italy and Israel’s footsteps, the French Parliament has passed a law that will ban the employment of models under a certain Body Mass Index (BMI) in an effort to discourage anorexia. On top of this, the law also states that images cannot be doctored to make the bodies of women appear thinner… READ MORE »
Plus, Ikea is providing the United Nations with flat-pack refugee shelters — awesome! Click for more in Today’s Lady News… READ MORE »