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Eurovision Winner Who Called Gay Sex “Unnatural” Models Naked For Gay Magazine

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Undoubtedly heeding the advice of a highly compensated publicist, Eurovision winner Måns Zelmerlöw has appeared naked on the cover of a gay magazine following “controversial” (see: homophobic) remarks that sex between two men is “unnatural.”

This seems to be a popular strategy this week — say some stupid things about gay people, atone for them by doing something that looks pro-gay.

Yesterday, homophobe and all-around not nice guy Tyson Fury thought he could erase comparing gay people to pedophiles by simply kissing a guy on the cheek. Nice try.

Related: Boxer Tyson Fury Explores His Internalized Homophobia By Kissing Gay Man

Zelmerlöw’s efforts are decidedly more thought out.

Since his 2014 appearance on a Swedish cooking show in which he stunned the other guests with an unsavory recipe of ignorant homophobic comments, the singer has profusely apologized and has worked with LGBT groups.

His Gay Times naked cover shoot is the latest olive branch. He is one of four cover models posing naked to raise awareness of prostate cancer.

Here is the full cover featuring Zelmerlöw:

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And just for fun, here’s the version with gay rugby union player Sam Stanley:

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h/t PinkNews