The Guardian is upset that Giorgia Meloni, very possible set to develop into Italy’s first lady prime minister, is against gender quotas and “sexualised” herself in the course of the election.

In an article harping on the truth that the nationwide conservative chief “posted [a] sexualised clip of herself throughout [the] election marketing campaign, favors curbs on abortion and is in opposition to ‘pink quotas’” by Rome correspondent Angela Giuffrida, the British newspaper appeared irate that she believed “roles must be achieved by benefit, not gender”.

The “sexualised” video — a joke social media submit uploaded after electioneering was formally closed of a fully-clothed Meloni holding two melons in entrance of her chest and saying “September twenty fifth [election day]I’ve stated all the pieces” — was “an additional indication that Meloni wouldn’t be carrying the torch for feminists as prime minister” for “those that discovered the clip distasteful”, the leftist information outlet recommended.

Giuffrida seems to have gone as far as to contact Meloni’s crew for an announcement on the video, and was “advised [that] the melons had been merely a play on the surname Meloni” — which suggests melons — and dismissed any suggestion that she was “a lady in opposition to girls” as “distasteful” and “outdoors of actuality”.

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