Géraldine Franck is a feminist and antispeciesist activist living in France. In 2014, she was behind the buzz around the pink tax, which denounces price differences that disadvantage women when products (deodorants, razors, etc.) or services (hairdressing salon, dry cleaning) are gendered. She coordinated the book "Droits humains pour tou-te-s"(Human rights for all) published by Libertalia in 2020. She was president for two years of the association Les morts de la rue, which denounces the early age at which homeless people often die. She works in the medical and social sectors. Her interests are mainly focused on the issue of systemic oppressions and their interconnections.