At Amalys, we want to promote the women's cause. That's why every month we share with you actions, news, female communities, personalities etc. Here is our selection for this month of November.

A global breakthrough

This is the good news of November. Scotland is the first country to make feminine hygiene products such as tampons and sanitary pads free of charge.

From now on, women, teenagers and people in need will have access to free products. A very practical and progressive new law that we hope will inspire other countries.

   

Fever - Dua Lipa & Angèle

At the end of the year 2020, Dua Lipa and Angèle offered us a collaborative music with dancing rhythms playing on the fantasy of the outings we know.

In addition to this song, the two artists have created a feminist clip in which all the performers are women doing jobs considered unconventional.

A will to break the stigmatization and to go in the direction of inclusiveness that we applaud.

To look the clip it is here.

Meghan Markle

It was in late November that we heard about Megan Markle. The Duchess of Sussex, wife of Prince Harry, told the New York Times that she had a miscarriage in July.

She called for the breaking of this taboo which affects 10 to 20% of women. According to her, the road to recovery begins with a simple question: "How are you doing?" She says the way to recovery begins with a simple question: "How are you doing?

#BalanceTaBulle

Published at the end of 2020, the comic #BalanceTaBulle denounces sexual harassment and assaults that affect women.

Written by 60 female cartoonists, this 300-page book reflects today's reality through testimonies and experiences of the cartoonists.

A book that we recommend you to read!

To buy the book it is here