Before Clementine Auten, those politicians who talk about sex in their novels

Julian de Rosa/AFP Clementine Otten, June 21, 2022.

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Clementine Otten, June 21, 2022.

Politics – “We’re not going to take away from him the idea that it’s a somewhat barbaric practice, this hair removal story. What carries her is the intuition that Antoine loves women with elegant pubes. againstThese words were not taken from the last episode of a summer series for a women’s magazine, but from the first novel by Clementine Auten, the rebellious deputy, to be published this summer. associations Posted by Grasset. The story of women, against a backdrop of sexual violence and political struggle, unfolds passages in a sensual style. ” Just before wrapping up, Jeanne Antoine remembers naked on a chair in his studio, talking about his gender, obviously one of his pride, » Do we read in particular.

When politics and erotica collide

Before her, there were many – men and women politicians – who checked the box of eroticism in their novels. A prolific pen with 28 books published in total, Marilyn Schiappa is one of them. It has long been suspected that the Secretary of State was behind the pseudonym of Mary Minnelli, author of novels with suggestive titles such as Sex, lies and hot suburbs or Good girls don’t swallow.

Suspicion that Marilyn Schiappa was partially confirmed in Europe on October 1, 4, 2021, indicating that she wrote or co-wrote some of the nine novels published under the name Marie Minnelli. The writings elicited somewhat friendly reactions in the political world, according to the elected official. ” We talk about it behind my back (…) There is a form of sexism, because I have a colleague in government who is known to have written the novel Harlequin, Is she angry. I won’t mention this fellow’s name, but anyway, we don’t sell him that nor talk to him about it. »

This fellow is Bruno Mayor. According to an article in Le Point in 2014, the current Minister of Economy and Finance had written in his youth – again under a pseudonym – certain stories for the sulfur group Harlequin. But it is clear that anonymity is not what slows down the minister who signed his name Ministerpublished in 2004 by Grasset.

“Paulin’s hand caresses me gently”, Bruno the mayor

He tells behind the scenes of the expeditions of Dominique de Villepin, then Secretary of State. In the middle of the story, the author reveals part of his intimate relationship, evoking briefly his stay in Venice with his wife: “I let myself be bathed in the warmth of the bath, the light of the lake perched on the door-window panels, the green-tea soap, and Boleyn’s hand gently caressing my gender,” Can we read? ” It was written in a naive way … it seemed touching to me. ‘, a few years after Bruno Le Maire was captured to figaro.

In 2012, it was Aurelie Filipetti, the newly appointed Minister of Culture under François Hollande, who saw her past as a novelist re-emerge. Browse the magazine’s bibliography Technicart He publishes an excerpt of “olé olé” from his novel, man in pocketpublished by Stock in 2006, frankly describing the cunnilingus scene: ” Your head between my thighs and your tongue slips inside me, licks my vagina (…) You licked me and it melted in your mouth for a long time (…) I spread my legs more so that you (…) Kiss me so deeply that if my sex was my mouth I would answer you The clip was read aloud at the time by literary columnist Augustin Trabinard on the set big newspaperThe presence of the Minister is the least embarrassing.

Even at the highest peak in the state, the temptation is great. In 1994, the former President of the Republic, Valéry Giscard d’Estaing, published passage (Robert Lafont), a love story between a notary and a motorhome driver who once again limits on eroticism. But in 2009 he put both feet on the plate Princess and President (Éditions de Fallois) in 2009, a liberating novel in which many observers see a story of adventure with Princess Lady Di.

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