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Education to respect in music with Angèle

Balance ton quoi is a kind of anti-sexism hymn, a little step against general sexism”
Angèle interview, NRJ Radio

To be a feminist is a choice that today fully assumes itself. In the world of music, many artists do not hesitate to publicly show their feminist commitment. Taking advantage of their notoriety, they pass messages to their audience and beyond. From Oprah Winfrey to Beyonce, to Emma Watson, there are personalities who fight for women’s rights and for the evolution of our societies.
On our side of the Atlantic, we can mention Angèle, this Belgian singer-songwriter whose success has grown steadily over the past two years. Although known for her great musical talent, the singer also places herself as a feminist figure on the public stage. She meets a real success and breaks the codes with these original and sometimes harsh clips. In Balance your what, Angèle strives to show through her lyrics and the staging of the clip the weight of sexism in everyday life.
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NPNS will not participate to the #NousToutes march

We, universal feminists, have decided not to participate in the #NousToutes march on November 24, 2018.

For 15 years, the movement Ni Putes Ni Soumises has been fighting for the emancipation of women, regardless of their origin, skin color, culture, religion or sexual orientation. NPNS also strongly combats all forms of violence and discrimination. (more…)

NPNS vs Orelsan, epilogue

Given the avalanche of reactions provoked by NPNS’ position following the 3 prizes won by Orelsan’s music at the Victoires de la musique, it seems a good opportunity to reassert the values ​​of our association and to remind readers of the history of the quarrel. (more…)

Testimony of an activist

Every day, the association welcomes women who are victims of all forms of violence. Either physically or by telephone, the professionals of the association provide them with advice, follow-up and personalised help. Psychologists and social workers work hard to find solutions to situations that sometimes seem impossible and desperate. (more…)