France

The country where mixed Freemasonry started in the late 19th century. Nowadays France has the following orders:

LDH
Le Droit Humain
, originates in France, it currently has 670 lodges and some 17.000 members in France alone;

(Member of Clipsas)


grand-orient-de-france
Grand Orient de France was founded in 1773. About a century later they got issues with “regular” Grand Lodges when the GOdF dropped the requirement for the belief in something Divine. The GOdF lost its regularity, but not its popularity. What is less known, is that in 2010 the GOdF decided to allow lodges to initiate women. Since then quite a few lodges have voted for this possibility, but not a whole lot initiated any women. According to the GOdF 1.319 women were initiated in 2013. That is not a whole lot against 49.000 members, but on a positive side, there are no less than 1.200 lodges that possibly initiate women.

(Member of Clipsas)


Mixte
Grande Loge Mixte de France
, mixed order, founded in 1982, 188 lodges, 3.800 members;

(Member of Clipsas)


Universele
Grande Loge Mixte Universelle
 (GLMF), mixed order, founded in 1973, about 1.400 members;

(Member of Clipsas?)


ArtRoyal
Orde Initiatique et Traditionelle de l’Art Royal
; mixed order, founded in 1974, 50 lodges;

(Member of Clipsas)


france
Groupement Maçonnique De Loges Mixtes et Indépendantes has 13 lodges.


Cernau
Grande Loge Française Mixte du Rite du Joseph Cernau has 8 lodges in France (2 in Paris, Salon de Provence, Arles, Melun, Lyon, Antibes and Blois).


Memphis
Rite of Memphis-Misraïm is a combination of the Rite of Misraïm that was founded by Cagliostro in 1738 and the Rite of Memphis that was founded by Jacques Etienne Marconis de Nègre in 1838. In 1889 General Garibaldi combined the two the Rite of Memphis-Misraïm.

Nowadays there is an international organisation working in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Spain, France, Martinique, Mauritius, New Caledonia, Scandinavia, Switzerland, Uruguay, USA, England, Venezuela.
There are other organsations with similar names.

The website does not say that members have to be master Masons in another lodge, so it does not appear to be a system of side/higher degrees. On the other hand, the website does not say anything about the “blue” grades of Entered Apprentice, Fellowcraft and Master Mason, so I am not 100% sure.
What the website also does not state specifically, is that Memphis-Misraïm lodges are mixed. It does say however under “conditions for admission” that: “You must have been questioned by several Brothers or sisters” (my emphasis). Cagliostro wanted to admit women, so it sounds like this tradition is still followed.


GLFMM160
Grande Loge Francaise de Memphis-Misraïm is another Memphis-Misraïm order (see above) with 9 lodges in France (8 mixed, 1 men-only), Switzerland (men-only), 2 on Réunion (one mixed, one men-only) and 1 on Guadaloupe (mixed).


GLFeMM
Grand Loge Féminine de Memphis Misraïm
, women only, founded in 1965, 50 lodges, 1.000 members.

(Member of Clipsas)


There is also a “Ordre International du Rite Ancien et Primitif de Memphis-Misraïm
Voie masculine, voie féminine, voie mixte“. I am not sure if it is either of the M-M’s mentioned above.


Feminine
Grande Lodge Féminine de France
 (GLFF), women-only, founded in 1952, 400 lodges and about 14.000 members;

(Member of Climaf)


VitaFemineaTexturaDeFrance
Vita Feminea Textura de France. I heard that the Dutch ‘order of the weavers’ have a lodge in Paris. It took quite a bit of searching, but I found the good-looking website of the ‘weavers of France’. The French branch was founded in 1997.


(An excellent view on the divers Masonic landscape in France, but written in English, can be found here.)