Valerie Trierweiler reacts to the tribune controversial co-signed by Catherine Deneuve : “It is wrong to mix it up” – Gala
Valérie Trierweiler is in Lapland, from January 25 to 29 for the raid female Finland Trophy of which she is the ambassador. The journalist from Paris Match is expressed on the tribune controversial co-signed by Catherine Deneuve, as well as the hashtags Balance your pig and me too.
Valérie Trierweiler is the ambassador of the raid female Finland Trophy organized in Lapland, from January 25 to 29 for the benefit of Keep A Breast, an association that aims to raise the awareness of young people facing cancer of the breast. The journalist from Paris Match is very engaged in the fight against the disease, she lost one of her best friends 15 years ago. “One in eight women has breast cancer in France, it causes 12,000 deaths per year – this is the 1st cause of death for women in France. Seeing these figures, I told myself that it had to be done know, care about, helping women who have suffered…”, is moved as it is, contacted by Gala.fr.
The feminism of Valerie Trierweiler resonates with the news – after the case of Harvey Weinstein, the hashtags “Balance your pork” and “me too” became very popular on social networks, and then the tribune controversial co-signed by Catherine Deneuve, which ” defends freedom to annoy “. “It is wrong to mix everything. A dredger is not a rapist, she says. I see an actress who meets a producer, and a woman who would be harassed by her chef – we don’t have the same data, not the same means of defence, and today it encompasses everything and it blurs too much of the debate,” says the journalist.
The notice of Valérie Trierweiler seems to be far more mixed about #balancetonporc and #metoo. “I don’t know if this is useful). I understand that women need to talk, I don’t want to have the air of disapproval. But it’s complicated, ” began the ambassador of Finland Trophy, which ignores whether it would have been able to use these tools : “It is difficult to put themselves in the place of the people and their suffering.”
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Valerie Trierweiler, Catherine Deneuve
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