France: a minister delegate soon on the front page of “Playboy”
Secretary of State Marlène Schiappa will pose on the cover of Playboy magazine, to whom she granted a long interview concerning women's rights, we learned Friday from her entourage, confirming information from the Parisian .
The Secretary of State for the Social and Solidarity Economy and Associative Life was photographed “dressed”, with a “long white dress”, for the issue of the charming magazine to be published on Thursday April 6, a-t- we specified from the same source.
The fact that this precise point raises many questions “shows to what extent the freedom of women to dispose of their bodies as they see fit is not acquired, it is what she claims in the interview,” added Ms. Schiappa’s entourage.
For the publisher of the publication, Marlène Schiappa is the “most 'Playboy compatible' politician because she is committed to women's rights and understands that Playboy is no longer a publication for old machos, but could on the contrary be an instrument of the feminist cause,” Jean-Christophe Fromentin told AFP.
“Playboy is no longer a butt newspaper like before, but a mook book, half-magazine, editor's note) neat and trendy quarterly of almost 300 pages”, “there are still some undressed girls, but this is not the main part of the pagination”, he specified.
According to Le Parisien, which revealed the information on its site on Friday, “this new publicity stunt is making the government cringe”. The newspaper thus quotes a ministerial adviser exclaiming No matter the behavior, it is lunar. It's not possible!”, and fearing that this publication will interfere with government communication “in the midst of a social crisis on pensions”.
Very active on social networks and a subscriber to television shows, Ms. Schiappa has “always assumed to speak to everyone and to have a disruptive communication”, however affirmed his entourage. She is “the only minister capable of answering questions from a magazine like Playboy,” boasted the same source.
In the interview, conducted several weeks ago, the former secretary of State responsible for gender equality evokes the freedom of women in Afghanistan, the defense of the right to abortion, LGBT + rights on the international scene, but also politics and literature, specify his relatives.