• Yves-Marie Le Bourdonnec: A meaty revenge

    By on Jan. 24, 2018

    All around Europe, meat is getting butchered. Whether it’s for environmental reasons or inhumane slaughterhouses, one question remains: will vegans get the last word? We’re not so sure, since France’s butchers are digging their heels in. Let’s start with Yves-Marie Le Bourdonnec, who intends on “putting the cows back in the fields” with his famous “I love bidoche” movement.

  • Germany: Young and committed political soldiers

    By on Oct. 16, 2017

    They were born and/or grew up in Germany after the fall of the Berlin wall. They all work in politics. They come from different political backgrounds. They are involved in politics in their own way, each with their own vision of Germany and of their generation. Cafébabel spoke with them about today's youth and the Germany of tomorrow.

  • Camille and Justine: Double trouble that vent their anger

    By on Sept. 20, 2017

    The dynamic duo Camille & Justine use both small and big annoyances in the name of comedy. From reactionary vegans to pushy men in bars, a large spectrum of daily life in France is squeezed into their YouTube channel. Girlshood made the most of their hype to interview them on Messenger. 

  • Europeans and alcohol: Who drinks what?

    By on Sept. 15, 2017

    In general, studies on alcohol in EU countries are full of stereotypes; while the French drink wine, the Germans drink beer and the Polish have a penchant for vodka. However, a study was finally published to shake up these clichés.