Originally Posted by Deeply Unhappy
Also, I don't really see why we connect hotness and athletic achievement. Seems like a weird female-esque rating pattern when we think women are hotter because they achieved XYZ instead of being hot.
I gotta agree with Deeply here. To compound matters, as a general rule the more attractive female athletes (relatively) are not the best athletes, because the best athletes are on average the most androgenized (least attractive) ones.
So, we end up celebrating mediocrity in attractiveness and athletic achievement.
Instead of celebrating mediocre olympic female athletes of above average attractiveness compared to their peers, I think we should instead celebrate superior female athletes for their athletic achievements (and if you are interested in spanking it to real attractive women there are better places to go than the sports section).
So here goes: