I started to follow the feminist activists of FEMEN
when I arrived in Montreal, at the end of 2013. I had been in Canada for one year, and I’d heard about them after one of their protests in France, where they interrupted a Christian march against gay marriage. Their courage and boldness reawakened my taste for activism.
I was born in a very patriarchal area. Due to the Mediterranean mentality, I've always realized that equality was not being achieved, not even nearly. I've always been very close to my mum, and I have been a witness of her struggles as a mother, as a wife, and as a woman. I realized my father, and men in general in the south of France, had a lot of privileges. I believe I've always been a feminist and wanted to fight for equality and against injustice. FEMEN brings feminism to the streets, they act straight daring to change things in a way we've never seen before. Being a man, I could not participate as an activist, so I decided to help them taking pictures. Today, I am totally involved in the movement.