Women trapped in hostile closed doors – Le Monde says “penis culture” in the Merchant Navy.

We’re talking about a night…

On a merchant ship he stopped in Dakar, two o’clock in the morning, when a young escort officer, having finished his rounds, returned to his cabin to rest, and, opening his eyes, he discovered the bent face of the chief engineer. He, stinking from alcohol, puts his hand on his thigh and refuses to leave in spite of the command, so the officer runs away, sows his assailant in the corridors and returns to his hut, which locks him and shuts his door—”even if we are told not to do so because it’s a fire hazard,” says LeMond. Susan, that’s the first name of the officer, who, after going about his business in silence for several years, ended up, and no longer sailing…

Because this story is clearly told in the feminine, in 2013 a young officer was attacked aboard the oceanographic ship of the shipowner Genavir, a floating laboratory prized for scientists, but which carried in its gear a toxic culture, anther culture, which would be on par with the merchant navy, And who bumps into young women with a passion for the sea, they encounter a world of men, a world of evil, posters of naked women, serious jokes, and dangerous gestures, as they learn. , a woman, to control your body in the engine room, where everything can go wrong, where you learn silence because denouncing the attack can make you the chief of the Turkish crew, where “we learn to live behind closed doors, a boat, a pressure cooker, a metal box we can’t escape from it

Forget MeToo, if the word is used too much, we are far from it, We are the best in the world The impression of idealists of ocean lovers whose dreams were shattered before a mass of men – that we forge them from the schools of the sea …

At the Ecole Nationale Supérieure Maritime, heiress to the school of hydrography created during Charles IX’s reign where female students symbolically dressed in sexy outfits are auctioned during hawks, engineer Caroline Gregoire, the first woman to head the school in 450 years, will leave her job, The transplant did not take…

And we read this masculine continent when the Ardennes, Union, Republican East made their front page on Yael Brown-Buffett, who went down in history, the first female National Assembly president, to enter politics five years earlier. Among Macrons in civil society. It wasn’t always easy, as Le Figaro remembers, and she wasn’t listening to a man, the General Secretary of the Elysée Mr. Koehler who favored another gentleman…in southwest Bruno Dave tells of the enormous ambition of a mother of five who long followed her husband in his expatriate business – but The place is clearly visible in the legacy of François Mitterrand who launched “What a story”, by becoming the first socialist president of the country, elected by universal suffrage – what a story really … On the websites of newspapers and social networks, you will also see our youngest deputies, an ecologist in Lyon Marie Charlotte Garen, who yesterday wore a blue and white floral dress to the assembly, which on July 17, 2012 earned Housing Minister Cecil Duflot jokes and whistles at the same gathering …

Also talking about castles…

and learn in Figaro That reality TV is pushing the English people to invest in our castles in Limousin, the heroine’s district in “Escape to the Palace”, a true television series that tells a renovation…

In the same limousine, we will go to Earth from today in a festival, so that everyone understands, tell us about the mountain and the people of the center, about the asteroids and especially the meteorite that struck France 200 million years ago at the same moment. Rochechouart City website, if we’re afraid, it could happen but not necessarily immediately – but imagine in full reality TV, it would raise audiences and lower prices..

In Le Figaro, I learned again that we dig into Gergovie to get to know Vercingétorix better, our roots bore us, I read in the DNA that the Alsatian language resists in his region, and in the Republican Echo, which we will celebrate at Lèves the indigenous victory in 911 against the invading Vikings of Terrible Rollo, Virgo took part in that – I’m waiting to see that, my curiosity.

In Télérama you will read a picture of Lawrence Bloch, better known as the mother By you, Nicholas, who is going to leave us soon, but has gone away from some.

And finally, we’re talking about a sister…

Who told us about Liberation This formidable way of opening hands while speaking, the long hair of a tragic actress, was a formidable actress, Ronit the Captiz whose brother Shlomi, her cinematic arrogance, portrayed for thirty years, in their country Israel, in France the land of welcome …

Ronit died of cancer in 2016, Shlomi brought her back in two films “Cahiers noirs 1 et 2” – what you’ll read about at Télérama Le Monde and at Liberation, and what she says about her, above all, at Liberation is a celebration of love and art: “I no longer put a barrier Between my life and cinema, there is always life and I can choose where I want to be” … He couldn’t trace all the moments when Ronet said “I love you,” lis-je punctuates the sound of church bells on Rue Suger in Paris that can be heard in Their apartment is in Ronit and Shlomi … And reading this I understand that this film is also love. For a city where the Elkabetz came to find their cinematic language…

And this love for Paris, this homage to a beloved woman, inevitably returns to us when the trial of the November 2015 attacks leaves us in our newspapers as in this antenna and what you will be able to read, hear, on the antenna of our site and in the media also will tell you the beauty of history. France Info presents a puzzle of moments and words – the victims, defendants and lawyers heard during the trial.

“I hear the Kalashnikovs above my head, with each shot, I said to myself: Provided it is for someone else.”

“This tragedy can turn into a beacon of light, and for this reason these poor souls have been forgiven.”

“Justice is not a mass movement.”

In Medi Libre, read history teacher Cedric Morin, a Bataclan survivor, who came to trial to tell the defendants they would be forgotten by history. From a text by Antoine Leiris, the man who rejected his hatred for his wife’s murderers, the poem Quebec Gaston Myron will read: “We shall return, we shall have a return to the past and because of our hatred of all slavery, we shall become ferocious beasts of hope.”

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