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But here, even the middle-aged men seem eager to make a woman their next president. To allay voters' concerns about a tepid economy, high unemployment and pervasive globalization, Royal has portrayed herself as the mother protector of the nation. The strategy is more feminine than feminist. Royal seems forever caring, prettified and smiling, as she assures anxious audiences that the country's generous social safety net will hold and that everything will be all right.
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Ségolène Royal shakes up France's gender politics
Bikini snaps erode French political taboos - Expat Guide to France | Expatica
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France's First Female Presidential Candidate Breaks Taboos
Photos of French Socialist presidential candidate Segolene Royal in a turquoise bikini have sparked major controversy in a country where politicians are still accustomed to a great deal of privacy. The photos have sparked widespread radio and newspaper comment including a long article in the ultra-serious Le Monde. The comment is undoubtedly true but it may also have been aimed at warding off complaints about intrusion. But the facade has started to crack. Former Prime Minister Jean-Pierre Raffarin last year threatened legal action against Paris Match for unauthorized pictures of himself on holiday in bathing trunks.