Femmes du Maroc (Women of Morocco) is a monthly Moroccan women's magazine.
The magazine was first published in 1995. In 2007, each issue sold around 13.500 copies, which made it the most widely read monthly French language magazine in the country. It has an Arabic sister publication, Nissae Min Al Maghrib, which sells more than twice as much.
Femmes du Maroc is published by the Moroccan publishing house Caractères and directed, together with Nissae, by the Moroccan journalist Aïcha Zaïmi Sakhri, known for her strong support of women's rights. It has a large fashion and beauty section, besides other sections such as psychological advice aimed mainly at working women, advice for a more pleasurable sex life and, since 2004, a small section called 'celibattante', which translates loosely as 'unmarried and proud of it' and breaks the taboo of considering sexual relations only inside the marriage framework. It considers itself a feminist publication with a clear aim of changing the situation of women in the Moroccan society.
The magazine also offers long interviews with politicians, artists and activists and features articles that often criticize the patriarchal aspects of society. Femmes du Maroc has launched signature campaigns asking for legal reforms. It also sponsors Caftan, an annual commercial fashion event.
Other Moroccan women magazines include Citadine ("Citizen" founded in 1995, with 8.000 copies sold), Ousra ("Family", in Arabic) and Parade, all of them published in French, and Citadine (Arabic version, around 5.600 copies sold), Lalla Fatima (around 34.000 copies), and Nissae Min Al Maghrib (around 36.000 copies), in Arabic language.