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Anne Vanderdonkt observes society, its evolutions, its progress, its contradictions. She shares her doubts, questions and excitement with you. And if she’s making fun of anything, it’s her.

What do men need to know about menopause? What does your employer need to know about menopause? These are the themes on which we have already published articles in this magazine. Unfortunately, as a journalist you get bogged down in words, in theory. Even if you write with great empathy, the reader can imagine what is happening. The testimony is that if you have never had a hot flash, you have only a vague idea of ​​the force with which this “menstrual complaint” affects you. Like those ‘menopause pounds’. As much as women think they are beautiful, people believe that those pounds are no more than 1,000 grams, until that day they can’t wear jeans.

Hot flashes, or hot flashes, are the best sign of menopause. The best picture of the American series House of Cards, the beautiful and cunning Claire Underwood (Robin Wright), who becomes the president of the United States last season, slips her head during dinner. Refrigerator. Terrible. strike. But if you’ve never experienced it…

Same scene and equal performance in British Parliament on June 28. There, Labor MP Caroline Harris gave her colleagues a costume simulating hot flashes to sensitize male MPs to the downside of HRT (hormone replacement therapy). Don’t laugh anymore (because this natural phenomenon, let’s face it, is not a disease, is an inexhaustible source of jokes; the worst jokes that the awakened movement does not hunt, more than age). While the Immigration Minister spoke of a ‘volcanic feeling’, it paints a good picture, while the Health Secretary described the test as ‘very unpleasant’. “It’s like all-consuming heat. I don’t know how I can live with it. Get it off soon!’ No really? In the United Kingdom, it’s no wonder that one in ten workers in the United Kingdom terminate their employment contract because menopausal symptoms are incompatible with the work environment.

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In contrast to our country, where menopause is taboo (when menopause is openly discussed), in the United Kingdom there are menopause activists (menopause warriors), the theme is discussed on social media, in documentaries, in legislative proposals (lower HRT to reduce costs). It features the souls of 62-year-old Lorraine Kelly, one of Britain’s most popular TV presenters. Additionally, more voices are emerging to reframe the selective interpretation of scientific studies on HRT. Healthy discussion. When do we follow?

What do men need to know about menopause? What does your employer need to know about menopause? These are the themes on which we have already published articles in this magazine. Unfortunately, as a journalist you get bogged down in words, in theory. Even if you write with great empathy, the reader can imagine what is happening. The testimony is that if you have never had a hot flash, you have only a vague idea of ​​the force with which this “menstrual complaint” affects you. Like those ‘menopause pounds’. As much as women think they are beautiful, people believe that those pounds are no more than 1,000 grams, until that day they can’t wear jeans. Hot flashes, or hot flashes, are the best sign of menopause. The best picture of the American series House of Cards, the beautiful and cunning Claire Underwood (Robin Wright), who becomes the president of the United States last season, slips her head during dinner. Refrigerator. Terrible. strike. But if you’ve never experienced it… the same scene and an efficient one at the British Parliament on June 28. There, Labor MP Caroline Harris gave her colleagues a costume simulating hot flashes to sensitize male MPs to the downside of HRT (hormone replacement therapy). Don’t laugh anymore (because this natural phenomenon, let’s face it, is not a disease, is an inexhaustible source of jokes; the worst jokes that the awakened movement does not hunt, more than age). While the Immigration Minister spoke of a ‘volcanic feeling’, it paints a good picture, while the Health Secretary described the test as ‘very unpleasant’. “It’s like all-consuming heat. I don’t know how I can live with it. Get it off soon!’ No really? In the United Kingdom, it is not surprising that one in ten workers terminate their employment contract because menopausal symptoms are incompatible with the working environment. In contrast to our country, where menopause is taboo (when menopause is openly discussed), the United Kingdom has Menopause Warriors (Menopause Warriors), The theme is being discussed on social media, in documentaries, in legislative proposals (lower HRT to reduce costs). It includes the souls of 62-year-old Lorraine Kelly and one of Britain’s most popular TV presenters. In addition, more voices are emerging to reframe the selective interpretation of scientific studies on HRT. A healthy debate. When do we follow? ?

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