If the French Republican deputy Ian Boucard thought the news was for April Fool, Marlène Schiappa, the current State secretary of France is very serious concerning her appearance in the next edition of Playboy, the culturally iconic magazine famous for depicting nude feminine models for a male audience.
While French strikers hit the road against the new pension reform for the ninth day, a new discord has emerged in the country after it was announced that Marlène Schiappa, the current State Secretary would be the first French politician to be presented on the cover of the next edition of Playboy magazine. The publication will be available for purchase on April 8 and will be a 12-page interview with Schiappa, in which she delves into essential topics such as feminism, politics, and literature.
A Strategy of Distraction?
“This cover for Playboy is ridiculous for feminism; it is a technique of diversion,” said the French politician and activist Manon Aubry. Others, such as French activist and member of the far left party Danielle Simonnet, believe that the women’s rights advocate is desperately trying to create a diversion on potential embezzlement from an aid fund she created to promote republican values and fight separatism (the Marianna fund), “Is Ms. Schiappa's decision to make the front page of Playboy a backfire to avoid talking about the Marianne fund affair where large sums of money were allocated by her Ministry to very few associations for questionable use?” she said on her Twitter account.
Shocking News for the French Government
According to exclusive information, nobody knew about this interview at the Élysée Palace, the official residence of the President of France. According to an executive member who spoke to BFMTV, nobody expected her to do that, “I'm sawn up. Few of us are hallucinating. We thought it was an early April Fool's joke,” declared the source.
A Firm Response from Schiappa
This Saturday afternoon the feminist politician responded to the discord claiming her right to control her body the way she decides to, “defending the right of women to dispose of their bodies is an all-time topic. No matter what the retrogrades and the hypocrites have to say, in France, women are free,” stated Marlène Schiappa.
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