Right now you're at the online home for Midnight Woman's online magazine, l'Odet. The Odet (it rhymes with okay) is a river in western France.

All the content on our www.midnight-woman.com site is anonymous. It's a safe space where people can share stories and experiences anonymously. Think of l'Odet as a place where the named can encourage all those anonymous contributors. These people are the river. 

Remember their names. And know that they believe in you. They really do.

See her? She's a midnight woman.

Midnight Woman /ˈmidˌnīt/ /ˈwo͝omən/, noun Someone who shares a story with www.midnight-woman.com. Midnight women (and men, too) commit to fighting silence.

Midnight Woman's name comes from a French myth; one that scares young Bretons into believing that ghostly women appear near lakes and rivers in the dark, cleaning clothes. The midnight washerwomen. Les lavandières. Only, in myth, those women are cleaning the garments of men who are close to death. Yikes, right? From that story came the idea to call ourselves Midnight Woman. Death to silence.

Right now you're at the online home for Midnight Woman's online magazine, l'Odet. The Odet (it rhymes with okay) is a river in western France.

All the content on our www.midnight-woman.com site is anonymous. It's a safe space where people can share stories and experiences anonymously. Think of l'Odet as a place where the named can encourage all those anonymous contributors. These people are the river. 

Remember their names. And know that they believe in you. They really do.