ISTANBUL (IGFA) — According to the Economist, although the French minister’s erotic poses were appreciated by a large audience, he also became a target for arrows of criticism.
Christophe Florentin, director of Playboy magazine, said the April/June issue sold 100,000 copies within three hours of hitting newsstands.
Noting that in France the magazine has an average circulation of 30,000, Florentin said they had to order another 60,000 by April 20 due to rush demand.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Elisabeth Bourne telephoned Minister Schiappe and expressed dissatisfaction with the situation. Schiappa, Minister of State for the Social and Solidarity Economy and the Life Foundation, wrote on his Twitter account: “Women’s right to do what they want with their bodies is always and everywhere protected. Women are free in France, whether hypocrites and reactionaries like it or not.
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