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09:48 | 25th May 2017

News: UK

Wed 7 Apr, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


It looks like it’s sold about 70 per cent to 30 per cent in favour of the model, which is not a good sign considering it was the first and only time he [Cameron] has posed for the cover of a gay magazine

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After Attitude featured David Cameron on the cover of leading gay magazine, Attittude, it has revealed that they printed only half of its 150,000 copies with his face and gave the other half to a male underwear model – no prizes in guessing which one sold more.

Attitude Editor, Matthew Todd, has disclosed that the male model cover won hands down over the cover featuring the Tory Leader. According to the Telegraph Todd says: “It looks like it’s sold about 70 per cent to 30 per cent in favour of the model, which is not a good sign considering it was the first and only time he [Cameron] has posed for the cover of a gay magazine.”

He added: “If Cameron wants gay people to believe his party no longer views us as second class citizens then he can’t have a shadow home secretary who clearly believes we are. “

The Conservative party has found themselves in trouble with the LGBT community after Chris Grayling, the shadow home secretary, agreed with the right for Christian B&B owners to turn away gay couples on the grounds of their sexuality.



About the clear loss in sales after the leader appeared on the front cover of the top shelf magazine, a spokesman for the party said: “It was tough competition. I think he probably fared better than some of our previous leaders would have done.”

 

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