With Marian Rivera clinching the title “Sexiest Woman” in the Philippines, responsible of course for placing her in such high a pedestal is FHM, I find it hard to ignore the issues and questions surrounding this unwanted race for “the most,” in God-given, ergo, not man-made gifts – to the people, the organization and to Marian.
Enough with the drama. Let’s take a minute here and compare the Philippines Sexiest, Marian Rivera, with the global race winner, Megan Fox. Marian Rivera versus Megan Fox, now that’s something; wait, strike that, “nothing.”
When asked to crown the “sexiest,” let us not forget the first three letters which spells “sex,” or, more appropriately, “sex appeal.” Let us then consider how much of Marian’s skin we’ve seen to help us place her even in our lowest of fantasies – granted she has not appeared in any of the three major men’s magazines. Like all which involves voting and ballots, it has obviously turned out to be a popularity race.
It’s tough for FHM as well, borderline “low-blow,” to crown someone they don’t even have pictures of. How credible is a leading publication about women who awards a leading woman they know nothing of? Consolation – they did not let politics get the best of them.
And to the taray queen, who obviously is the winner in all aspects here; not much can be done except to hope that in the future, the title will be given to a deserving someone who bared for the people (just imagine how much a Katrina Halili or a Diana Zubiri had to go through – Dyesebel costume not counted), has no “scandals” doubting her true being, and lastly, is sexy.
I’m not gay nor a hater; Marian, honestly, is near-perfect. She has everything (rather, has been given everything but has yet to accomplish “something”). She is gorgeous and beautiful – in an “I will love and keep you forever, and give everything you desire” kind of way, but once Megan Fox takes off her clothes in front of me… I WILL cheat. But, this, and everything else you read here, is just me.
Photo below was stolen from someone who stole it from somewhere.