These Are The Top 10 Sexiest Nationalities, According To Surveys Of American Men And Women, And The Winners Probably Won't Surprise You
Each nationality is known for having their sexy traits. For example, the French have that insanely hot accent (ooh la la!), the Brazilians have figures and physiques to die for, and I think we can all agree, the more exotic, the better. Taking into account that nationalities really flourish in their own sexy way, dating site MissTravel just released the results from their 2015 survey of the sexiest nationalities out there. Can you guess who’s in first place?
Kim Kardashian. Well, sort of.
As if we needed further proof that the end is nigh, of the dating preferences of 44,873 American men, the number one sexiest nationality is Armenian, making Kim and her fellow Kardashian siblings pretty far up there on the sexiness pole… I guess. Not far behind on the list, at number two, is Barbadian/Bajan, of which Rihanna is a perfect representative, and in third are the Americans, most notably Queen Bey, because of course.
Rounding out the top 10 sexiest nationalities according to men are Colombians, the Brits, Australians, Brazilians, Filipinas, Bulgarians, and Lebanese (Amal!) But moving on to what the ladies think…
Of the 66,309 American women asked to complete this survey, it was decided the sexiest nationality is Irish (Jamie Dornan, anyone?), followed by Australian (those Hemsworth brothers), and coming in at number three on the list is Pakastani, as in Zayn Malik, a dude whom I believe a bunch of people have been crying over a lot lately. Also on the list are Americans, then the Brits, Scots, Italians, Nigerians, the Danish, and finally the Spanish… but no French? What about the accent? What about the food being eaten while listening to the accent? What about Jean Dujardin for Pete’s sake?!
Looking at this list, especially the nationalities who reside at the top, leads me to believe this has more to do with celebrities than it does nationalities. Kim Kardashian and Jamie Dornan? Were than any other more talked about celebrities so far this year? Nope.
While I think it’s just charming that Americans are looking outside their American-centric world to find beauty and sexiness in other nationalities, I think the real challenge is to look for those things outside the pages of tabloids and the E! Channel. Now that would be something. It would be so novel to look at a culture and nationality void of the one or two celebrities who represent it, don’t you think? Or is that just crazy talk on my part? And this has nothing to do with the fact that no one voted for Jean Dujardin; I swear.