Julian Boal, Ammar Djenadou, and Léo Poulet introduced me to feminist militant and TO practitioner Muriel Naessens in 2006. 1 A number of these actors have worked with Féminisme-Enjeux, the company that Muriel directed. I have been one of them. From 2008 to 2012, I participated in the company’s activities as an actress and activist. From 2013 to 2016, I regularly organized visits from Féminisme-Enjeux to the institutions with whom I worked as a conjugal and family planning counselor. 2 Muriel died in February 2016. In November 2016, the remaining members of Féminisme-Enjeux, at my invitation, paid a visit to a junior high school in Seine-Saint-Denis.