Vote for the 2009 AfterEllen.com Hot 100!

 
 

It’s time for The AfterEllen.com Hot 100 again! Time to tell the world who lesbian and bi women think are sexy — because even with all the increased visibility we’ve had in the last decade, heterosexual men and women still dominate the discussion about who and what is attractive, online, on TV, and in magazines like People and Maxim.

Which makes creating this list not only fun, but a little bit revolutionary.

In the form below, you can submit your nominations for the 10 women you think are the hottest women
on the planet. They can be gay or straight, young or old, and of any
race or nationality — basically, any woman who turns you on. The woman
with the most votes will be No. 1, the woman with the second highest
number of votes will be No. 2, and so on down the list (which means it
doesn’t matter in what order you list the names in the form).

Voting will stay open for two weeks until April 24th, and then we’ll publish the results on Monday, May 11th.
To keep you entertained in between, we’ll feature one of the 100 on the
blog each weekday from April 27th to May 8th, and you can guess where she
landed on the list.

This year, you can also submit nominees for companion lists in the following categories: 10 Hottest Out Lesbian/Bi Women, 10 Hottest Women of Color, and 10 Hottest Women Over 40. And yes, you can nominate someone for more than one list. To submit up to 5 nominees in each of these separate polls just click on the relevant icon (before or after completing your Hot 100 submissions below):

One request: So that we can get a true picture of who lesbian and bi women find attractive, please don’t vote more than once in any of the polls.
We’ve set up the form to count only the last vote from a specific IP
address, so ballot stuffing will be wasted effort, anyway (and if you
submit the same name 10 times, it will only count once, so don’t try
that either!)

Please nominate each person by their full name (e.g. "Jane Smith, not "Jane" or "Jane S.") and spell it correctly. Please don’t submit more than one name in a field; these entries will be discarded.

If you have any questions before you vote, you can leave them in the comments, and we’ll try to answer them there.

Now go forth and nominate!







 

My first top 100 nominee

 

My second nominee

 

My third nominee

 

My fourth nominee

 

My fifth nominee

 

My sixth nominee

 

My seventh nominee

 

My eighth nominee

 

My ninth nominee

 

My tenth nominee


 
 

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