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Episode 1

Léa somehow tries to get away from love.

Episode 2

Céline has recently gotten a divorce and is now facing her new celibate state.

Episode 3

Steph learns a costly lesson about not taking anything for granted.

Episode 4

Noémie knows that she is gay. She just hasn’t kissed any girl yet.

  • Episode 5

    Alex mostly doesn’t want to ask herself questions, while Anne wants answers.

    Episode 6

    Émilie finds herself homeless and “catless” after her recent separation.

    Episode 7

    The girls reunite for a weekend at the country house.

    Episode 8

    Every good thing has an end.

    • LSTW, La référence lesbienne

      Founded in January 2012, LSTW is a website that seeks to gather, inform and shed more light on the lesbian community in Quebec and elsewhere. As well as offering informative and entertaining content, the site is a resource for women who do not have many references with regard to the lesbian community. It also aims to break away from social stereotypes that are often present in society while providing positive role models as well.

      LSTW responds to a profound need within the community. In addition to the website, LSTW distinguishes itself with numerous events and the production of a web series, titled FÉMININ/FÉMININ, directed by Chloé Robichaud.

    • Chloé Robichaud

      At 26, Chloé Robichaud has an impressive track record and a most promising future. In 2013, the writer and director made the Offi cial Selection at the Cannes Film Festival for the second year in a row with her first feature, Sarah préfère la course. The film, starring Sophie Desmarais and Jean-Sébastien Courchesne, explores the compromises a young athlete must make in order to achieve her goal.

      Robichaud enjoys all facets of filmmaking, which is why she writes her films from treatment to script as well as directing and often editing them. In 2012, her short film Chef de meute was screened at Cannes, where it was nominated for the Palme d’or for short films. It was also nominated for a Jutra Award and a Canadian Screen Award and was named to Canada’s Top Ten as well as being shown at numerous international festivals. Chloé Robichaud was born in Quebec City and lives and works in Montreal.