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 Thursday, April 6, said the same source.

The fact that this specific point raises many questions "shows to what extent the freedom of women to dispose of their bodies as they see fit is not acquired, this is what she claims in the interview," added Ms. Schiappa's entourage.

According to the Parisian, which revealed the information Friday on its website, "this new coup de com' makes cringe within the government". The newspaper quotes a ministerial adviser exclaiming: "No matter the outfit, it's lunar. This is not possible!", and fearing that this publication will parasitize government communication "in the midst of a social crisis on pensions".

Very active on social networks and subscribed to television sets, Ms. Schiappa has "always assumed to talk to everyone and to have a disruptive communication," said her entourage. She is "the only minister able to answer questions from a magazine like Playboy," the same source boasted.

In the interview, conducted several weeks ago, the former Secretary of State for Gender Equality talks about women's freedom in Afghanistan, the defense of the right to abortion, LGBT+ rights on the international scene, but also politics and literature, say her relatives.

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