#metoo, moi non plus
Catherine Guilyardi asks if French women really think differently about sexual harassment.
Do French women really think differently about sexual harassment - and if so, does feminism have national borders?
Catherine Deneuve was one of 100 prominent women who signed an open letter to Le Monde critiquing the #metoo movement.
"We believe that the freedom to say yes to a sexual proposition cannot exist without the freedom to pester," they wrote.
Have the French mastered a more sophisticated approach to relations between men and women, based around seduction - or is this a myth that sustains male power?
Parisian journalist Catherine Guilyardi investigates.
Producer: Estelle Doyle
Claude Habib - historian and author of "Galanterie francaise"
Elaine Sciolino - ex New York Times Paris bureau chief and author of "La Seduction" and "Rue des Martyrs"
Eric Fassin - professor of sociology, Paris-8 University
Sylvie Kauffman - editorial director and columnist at Le Monde
Sandra Muller - journalist and founder of #balancetonporc
Cécile Fara and Julie Marangé - feminist activists, organisers of the Street Art and Feminism tour in Paris
Fatima El Ouasdi - feminist activist and founder of Politiqu'elles
Peggy Sastre - philosopher of science and author of "Male Domination Doesn't Exist".