Outrage over a sexist cartoon about Alaphilippe and Marion Rousse

The ex-cyclist and current French television commentator criticized a sexist cartoon that was published by the French publication L'Humanité.


The Tour de France leaves us a scene for the controversy that sparks the ex-cyclist Marion Rousse, one of the commentators of the race on French television.

The controversy comes after the publication in the French media L'Humanité of a cartoon in which Rousse appears with her partner, the French Deceuninck Quick-Step cyclist Julian Alaphilippe, who is competing these days in the Tour de France.

In the cartoon Rousse appears naked on a bed next to Alaphilippe and a mike asking the cyclist "Julian, can you answer the questions on France TV? To which the cyclist answers" Yesiii ".

The cartoon reached Rousse, who did not hesitate to criticize the publication for the sexist caricature they made of it. "Disappointed. L'Humanité magazine bears her name from bad to worse. We must not disrespect women and women, to lower ourselves to this level after having done six years of sports consultancy on television" .

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