By Shelley Emling | Huffington Post
Before moving to the New York City area, I lived in London for seven years. During that period, I traveled more than two dozen times to France, a place where five- or six-week vacations are the norm and many people retire comfortably at 60 or younger. […]
Given that Paris is the most romantic city in the world, it makes sense that our French counterparts know a lot about the art of love.
This summer, French author Sophie Fontanel revealed that she went 12 years without having sex. In her book The Art […]
by Hajer Naili | Ms. Blog
Four women, one seat. So far, the 2014 mayoral election in Paris is a single-sex contest.
The two biggest parties have chosen their candidates: Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet, of the center-right Union pour un Mouvement Populaire (UMP), and Anne Hidalgo of the Parti Socialiste (PS).
Two other women […]
Najat Vallaud-Belkacem : “La palme de la… by rtl-fr
En ce 8 mars, journée internationale des droits de la femme, quoi de mieux que de remettre sur le devant de la scène l’inégalité de salaires entre hommes et femmes.
Hopes Spring Eternal ‘Three Strong Women,’ by Marie NDiaye
“Three Strong Women” is the poised creation of a novelist unafraid to explore the extremes of human suffering.
Americans have a curiously limited vision of France. We may be wild about Chanel sunglasses, Vuitton handbags, Champagne or Paris in the spring, but when it comes […]
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