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Written by Amy WoodyattA photoshoot involving Finland's Prime Minister, Sanna Marin , has sparked a debate about sexism in the country.
Marin, who became the world's youngest Prime Minister when she took office aged 34 last year, posed for the October issue of Trendi magazine wearing a blazer, with no shirt underneath.
Mari Paalosalo-Jussinmäki, director of women's media at A-lehdet magazine group -- publisher of Trendi -- told CNN that there was an "enormous" backlash against the photoshoot and cover story in Finland.
She said the magazine received fierce criticism on social media soon after it was released on October 9.
The photoshoot sparked "enormous" backlash in Finland.
Credit: Jonas Lundqvist/A-Lehdet Oy"If you had to generalize it, it will be men saying it was wrong, and women saying it was fabulous," Paalosalo-Jussinmäki said.
"This was seen as a waste of the Prime Minister's time," she said.
But the cover story -- which featured Marin speaking about the demands of her work, exhaustion, and the difficulty of balancing work and family life -- also prompted an outpouring of support on social media.
In response, women and men have been posting their own images in blazers, under the hashtag #imwithsanna.
Marin is far from the first female politician to face criticism for her appearance -- both in public life, and in magazine appearances.
In 2016, former British Prime Minister Theresa May faced scrutiny from the tabloid press after being pictured in leather trousers for the Sunday Times Magazine.
Meanwhile, British lawmaker Tracy Brabin was this year forced to respond to online trolls after receiving abuse on social media after her shoulder became exposed during a debate in the House of Commons, with some questioning if the MP's outfit was "appropriate attire."

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