Sex & Gender

Colombian Women Are the World's Sexiest, Survey Finds

You can call it the Sofia Vergara effect. You can call it racist fetishism. Or you can just call it the hot, wet truth. Either way, Colombian women are now considered to be the sexiest lady specimens the world over.

That's according to a poll conducted by MissTravel.com, which asked members of the veiled prostitution travel dating website to name the most attractive nationality on earth. Colombian women beat out Brazilians, the French, the Italian, and the Swedish for the number one spot on the list.

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Surprisingly, American women came in at a strong number three. Maybe MissTravel.com members haven't heard about our national obesity epidemic?

One of the more surprising inclusions on MissTravel's national lady hotness index? Bulgaria, coming in at number 8. Okay, horny dudes: I dare you to show me Bulgaria on a map without Googling it first.

In the interest of equality, MissTravel members also ranked the world's hottest men. Turns out accents go a long way with the ladies. British men pulled the number one spot, followed by the Irish, Brazilians, and Swedes.

Here's the full list:

The Top Ten Sexiest Nationalities for Women:

  1. Colombian
  2. Brazilian
  3. American
  4. Spanish
  5. Russian
  6. Dutch
  7. French
  8. Bulgarian
  9. Swedish
  10. Italian

The Top Ten Sexiest Nationalities for Men:

  1. British
  2. Irish
  3. Brazilian
  4. Swedish
  5. American
  6. Spanish
  7. Scottish
  8. French
  9. Greek
  10. Puerto Rican

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Ciara LaVelle is New Times' former arts and culture editor. She earned her BS in journalism at Boston University and moved to Florida in 2004. She joined New Times' staff in 2011.
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