Every year People magazine publishes it's "Sexiest Man Alive" issue to a grateful audience of interested parties. As an interested party, I always look, but am usually disappointed.
Judging by the protests outside People's Manhattan headquarters, it's clear I'm not the only one disappointed. Now, I'm not a weirdo, so I don't condone the whole protesting thing, but I don't blame anyone for being disappointed that Bradley Cooper was chosen over Ryan Gosling.
Almost every year People chooses an overrated, underwhelming actor as their "Sexiest Man Alive." Occasionally they get it right (Ryan Reynolds and Johnny Depp) but generally they get it very wrong (Jude Law and Ben Affleck).
Personally, I think most interested parties would prefer a sexy athletes issue instead. Kind of like what ESPN: The Magazine does for their annual "Body Issue," but more superficial and without the ladies.
There was a void in the market, until now.
Here are the 25 Sexiest Athletes Alive.