Christina Hendricks Named Esquire’s Sexiest Woman Alive

Christina Hendricks, the curvaceous star of AMC’s hit series “Mad Men,” has landed the cover of Esquire’s “Women” issue after beating out Victoria’s Secret model Adriana Lima (17%) and “Transformers” star Megan Fox (14%) in the magazine’s Hottest Woman contest with 30 percent of the vote.

Christina Hendricks Named Esquire's Sexiest Woman Alive. Photo: Esquire via PopEater

Christina Hendricks, the curvaceous star of AMC’s hit series “Mad Men,” has landed the cover of Esquire’s “Women” issue after beating out Victoria’s Secret model Adriana Lima (17%) and “Transformers” star Megan Fox (14%) in the magazine’s Hottest Woman contest with 30 percent of the vote, according to JustJared.com

Along with her cover, she included a letter to all men perusing the magazine with tips on what women want. Not only do we like this choice for the America’s hottest woman because she’s gorgeous, you can see by what she writes that she’s classy as well:

  • No social networking, Guys, seriously: “No man should be on Facebook. It’s an invasion of everyone’s privacy. I really cannot stand it.”
  • On sex and marriage: “Marriage changes very little. The only things that will get a married man laid that won’t get a single man laid are adultery and whores. Intelligence and humor (and your smell) are what get you laid. That’s what got you laid when you were single. That’s what gets you laid when you’re married. Everything still works in marriage: especially intelligence and humor. Because the sexiest thing is to know you.”
  • Christina Hendricks, perhaps history’s most impossible woman not to stare at, on staring: “The men who look, they really look. It doesn’t insult us. It doesn’t faze us, really. It’s just — well, it’s a little infantile. Which is ironic, isn’t it? The men who constantly stare at our breasts are never the men we’re attracted to.”
  • Listen, gents (and buy gifts accordingly): “Remember what we like. When I first started dating my husband, I had this weird fascination with the circus and clowns and old carnival things and sideshow freaks and all that. About a month after we started dating, he bought me this amazing black-and-white photo book on the circus in the 1930s, and I started sobbing. Which freaked him out. I thought, Oh, my God, I mentioned this three or four weeks ago and talked about it briefly, but he was really listening to me. And he actually went out and researched and found this thing for me. It was amazing.”
  • Careful with those comments, Fellas: “We remember forever what you say about the bodies of other women. When you mention in passing that a certain woman is attractive — could be someone in the office, a woman on the street, a celebrity, any woman in the world, really — your comment goes into a steel box and it stays there forever. We will file the comment under ‘Women He Finds Attractive.’ It’s not about whether or not we approve of the comment. It’s about learning what you think is sexy and how we might be able to convey it. It’s about keeping our man by knowing what he likes. We also remember everything you say about our bodies, be it good or bad. Doesn’t matter if it’s a compliment. Could be just a comment. Those things you say are stored away in the steel box, and we remember these things verbatim. We remember what you were wearing and the street corner you were standing on when you said it.”

Do you think Christina Hendricks should be rated as America’s hottest woman? Her Esquire cover is in the May issue of the magazine. Check it out here! [Esquire via Just Jared and PopEater]

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