May 18th, 2006

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03:33 am - Maverick Magazine Exclusive: The 50 Hottest Women Alive - 2006 Edition

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[User Picture]From: tobalita Date: May 18th, 2006 - 01:02 pm (Link)
Looks like there might be a slight inflation over the general population in actresses who've been in techy/geeky/vampirey movies & TV. :)

Another thought: Perhaps those people who find women desirable (rather than just pretty) may have been looking at different features. Like, if I were rating men, I could think, "Ooh la la Brokeback Mountain!". But for the women, I was much less visceral with my choices, like, "Yeah, I guess she's hot."

Also, I'd be interested to see some kind of clustering analysis where you see what "type" of women appeals to certain people, because I did notice some trends in the replies. For instance, if someone picked all brunettes or something. Anyhow - neat poll. :)
[User Picture]From: chrismaverick Date: May 18th, 2006 - 01:43 pm (Link)
a slight inflation. But it doesn't really look that bad. No where near as inflated as I was afraid it might be. I also expected more of a wrestling bend, but wrestling people didn't vote as much as geek people. In any case, I do think the whole process was pretty interesting. Maybe I'll do it again in a year.

I do really wish i hadn't lost all of that comment data so that I could go and do the clustering analysis. I had thought about it too. *sigh*. Oh well. Maybe next year.

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